Hutchinson Promoted to Director of Human Resources

Posted by Harriet Mills on Dec 24, 2013 12:34:29 PM

December 23, 2013


PRESTON, MD - Choptank Transport is pleased to announce the promotion of Pam Hutchinson to Director of Human Resources.


Hutchinson has played a key role in Choptank’s aggressive hiring plan over the last several years; an initiative that will continue into 2014. In her new position, Hutchinson will be responsible for all human resource functions including: human resource management, recruiting and corporate training.


"Pam has been instrumental in the growth of Choptank,” says Geoff Turner, President and CEO of Choptank Transport. “With our aggressive growth plan, Pam has been able to successfully seek out top talent in the marketplace. In her new role, she will have the ability to formulate a strong plan for training and recruitment throughout our six nationwide offices to further power our growth."


A graduate of West Virginia Wesleyan College, she earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Marketing. Hutchinson is also a Dale Carnegie graduate, a member of the Society for Resource Management (SHRM), and a graduate of Shore Leadership’s class of 2011.


“Seeing the development of the Choptank Transport staff over the last six years is tremendously gratifying,” says Hutchinson. “It’s a wonderful thing, particularly in a tough economy, to be able to offer jobs and opportunities to people who are ready for the challenges that our industry brings.”


Choptank Transport was named by Food Logistics Magazine as a Top 100 3PL provider for 2013 and is one of the fastest growing third-party logistics companies in the United States. Choptank specializes in transportation management services that include truckload, refrigerated and frozen, LTL, van, flatbed, intermodal and warehousing solutions. In addition to its Preston, Maryland, headquarters, there are offices in Atlanta, Denver, Nashville, Dallas and Tampa.       

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