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DrayNow Welcomes Josh Osinki as Vice President of Sales

On Monday, June 6th, Josh Osinski joined DrayNow as Vice President of Sales. Josh’s twelve plus years of sales leadership experience will be a valuable asset as DrayNow capitalizes on major platform improvements focused on enhancing customer equipment utilization, and growth into new geographic markets across North America.

To commemorate the occasion, Mike Albert, DrayNow’s CEO, shared the following letter to customers:

“As you may already know, Tom Ryan, DrayNow’s VP of Sales will soon be stepping back to enjoy more time with his wife, family, and friends, and traveling. We’ll recognize Tom’s significant milestone more as we approach year-end!

We are thrilled to share the addition of Josh Osinski to the DrayNow team as our new VP of Sales. As a graduate of Ohio State and Xavier, Josh began his transportation career in Sales at TQL where he learned the hustle required in freight brokerage, and how to ensure the customer is paramount. He later joined KeepTruckin (now Motive), at a time when technology associated with ELD compliance was pushing our industry forward and helping fuel data and connectivity in Transportation. Most recently Josh was the VP of Sales with Interstate Logistics, a mid-size 3PL servicing the US and Canada.

Josh brings more than a decade of transportation industry experience to DrayNow, and as our VP of Sales, he will be responsible for broadening and deepening our client relationships across North America while ensuring the highest levels of customer service. Please join us in congratulating Josh on his new role.”

This is a major step forward for the company and we’re enthusiastic to conquer intermodal freight with Josh on board.

As he gets acclimated to his new role, Josh will be connecting with customers and properly introducing himself. If you’d like to get ahead of the curve, get in touch with Josh at the link below!

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