CALIBRE Names Taylor VP of Logistics Information, Technology

CALIBRE has named Don Taylor vice president of logistics management information and technology.

Taylor will be responsible for logistics business information management services, mobile application development, value and supply chain integration and modeling and distribution management.

Taylor joined CALIBRE in November 1989.

“This is a well-deserved promotion that recognizes Don’s strong potential to continue to deliver well-integrated, timely, and meaningful solutions to an increasing number of customers, ” said Ted Chopin, executive vice president and chief operations officer. “Don’s past success has demonstrated that he has both the functional and leadership capabilities necessary to sustain CALIBRE performance into the future.”

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