ORLANDO, Fla (PRWEB) December 05, 2011
Suddath Relocation Systems of Orlando, Inc., an agent of United Van Lines and leading provider of household goods transportation, corporate relocation, facility moving, warehousing and logistics services, is pleased to announce the recent hire of Larry Knight as vice president of operations for central Florida.
Knight has 23 years of experience in distribution center management and he most recently held the position of general manager of one of the largest specialty retailers in North America. His successes in this role include a significant productivity improvement and safety and quality enhancements achieved through implemented programs and accountability to safe practices.
Knight’s ongoing focus on total quality management initiatives will be integral in his new role at Suddath, where he will be responsible for establishing and carrying out a strategic vision for diverse operations including all product lines of the Suddath branch offices in central Florida, including Orlando, Melbourne and The Villages.
“With Larry’s experience, proven results and exceptional recommendations, we are confident that he will prove a valuable member of the Suddath team. We are excited to welcome him to Suddath,” said Donna Caldwell, general manager, Suddath Relocation Systems serving central Florida.
About The Suddath Companies
Established in 1919 and headquartered in Jacksonville, Fla., The Suddath Companies, including midwest-based Barrett Moving & Storage, is a diversified group of domestic and international service companies. Its affiliates specialize in worldwide household goods relocations, global mobility, commercial moving, warehousing and logistics management, trade shows and exhibit displays, and special services. The Suddath Companies has more than 1,500 employees nationwide and operates in 18 locations throughout the United States and in more than 150 countries around the world. Suddath is also the largest agent of UniGroup, Inc., parent company of United Van Lines and Mayflower Transit. For more information, please visit http://www.suddath.com