HUNTINGTON, WV - To better meet customer needs and to position the company for continued growth, REO Logistics has recently added several industry veterans to the management team:

  • Kurt Baumann, Chief Operations Officer – With more than 20 years of logistics experience, Kurt joins REO Logistics from Armstrong & Associates, Inc. Kurt earned a master’s degree in Supply Chain Management from the University of Wisconsin – Madison.
  • Julia Shacklock, Chief Information Officer – Holding her Ph.D. in biophysics/biochemistry from the University of Edinburgh and a Bachelor’s degree in biochemistry from the University of East Anglia, Julia brings more than 30 years of information systems expertise to REO Logistics. Prior to joining REO Logistics, Julia was a systems architect for PartnerMD, where she was responsible for planning, prototyping and preparing implementation plans for new and strategic technologies. She also served as security officer for PartnerMD.
  • Kevin Sweeney, VP of Sales and Marketing – Kevin brings more than 25 years of supply chain management sales and marketing experience to his new role at REO Logistics. Prior to joining the company, he was with Schneider Logistics, where he served as corporate director of sales.
  • Jan Eidys, VP Transportation – With more than 30 years of experience in transportation and logistics management, 3PL, sales, brokerage and cargo claims management, Jan brings a wealth of expertise and understanding of the industry to REO Logistics. Prior to joining the company, Jan was a logistics contractor with 3PLR.

“As we continue to grow and provide our clients with new and ever more complex services, we now have senior leaders in place within the company, and we believe our customers will see the difference,” said Rebecca Polan, president, REO Logistics. “Their experience in logistics, transportation, information systems and supply chain management provides our organization with a level of expertise that will benefit our customers and help us move ahead in the ever-changing logistics industry.”