Rob Bade Promoted To Regional Vice President At Access America Transport

Tuesday, February 18, 2014

Access America Transport, a third-party logistics company announced the promotion of Rob Bade to the position regional vice president. Access America Transport is one of the nation’s fastest growing third party logistics providers. Annual sales are expected to exceed $700 million by year end 2014.

Mr. Bade began his career with Access America Transport in 2006 and formerly held the position of regional sales director. 

“Rob’s drive to lead his team not just by words but by example has been paramount to our success over the years,” said AAT Executive Vice President Ronald Ramsey. “His tireless work ethic, especially involving our relief efforts when disaster strikes via our local, state, and federal government contracts inspires us all.”




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