Management & Operations

MV Transportation names new CEO

Posted on April 16, 2019

MV Transportation Inc. named current president and COO Thomas A. Egan as its new CEO. Egan will take over from Kevin Jones, who is leaving the company for a chief executive role at a large technology company.

Egan is an accomplished executive with an impressive track record of driving growth, efficiencies, and quality improvement in large, complex operations. Since joining MV in early 2018, he has led a significant transformation of the company’s operations, including restructuring the regional organization and division leadership, implementing companywide standard practices, and applying advanced technology and analytics – collectively resulting in increased operational efficiency and improved customer satisfaction.

“I am grateful for the solid foundation Kevin Jones created during his term as CEO and 44 years of stable ownership under MV founders Alex and Feysan Lodde,” said Egan. “I look forward to further solidifying MV as the leader in delivering the industry’s best customer experience.”

In addition to being named CEO, Egan will be appointed to MV’s Board of Directors. Mark Collins has been named president and COO. Egan most recently served as sr. VP overseeing MV’s Midwest and Canada operations.

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