NFI, a leading supply chain solutions provider, recently announced the promotion of Brian Webb to President of its Port Services solution. With nearly 30 years in the supply chain industry, Brian brings a wealth of experience to support this growing division.
“Since the acquisition of Cal Cartage in 2017, NFI has grown tremendously in its Port Services offering,” said NFI CEO Sid Brown. “Brian’s experience leading NFI’s largest region within Distribution and his commitment to operational excellence will be instrumental to the Port Services team as they continue their expansion and growth.”
During his career at NFI, Brian brought to his role a history of launching multiple high-volume, dynamic warehouse and distribution facilities across the country. His thorough understanding of the supply chain needs of Fortune 100 companies will bring added value and a fresh perspective to the team. His international experience, navigation of complex supply chains, and distinct track record of creating high-performing teams will pave the way for leading the Port Services team to continued innovation and expansion.
Brian was a Sergeant in the US Air Force and transitioned into a role in warehouse operations with DHL. Since joining NFI in 2016, Brian has grown his career to his most recent role of Senior Vice President of the West region, where he was responsible for 26+ million square feet of warehouse space. He also contributes as a Supply Chain Course Instructor at Chaffey College in Rancho Cucamonga, California.
From its acquisition of California Cartage to the recent opening of its one-of-a-kind transload facility in the Port of Savannah, NFI’s Port Services division has emerged as a leader in drayage and transloading services across North America. Having proximity to ports and a presence in most major logistics hubs continentally allows the company to connect its customers’ international shipments to their domestic supply chain. NFI’s port service experts have the knowledge to help customers quickly move their products and simplify the shipping process from origin to destination.