Omni Logistics Names New CMO; Promotes Execs to Transformation and President Positions

The privately-owned, multibillion-dollar global logistics solutions provider that has more than 5,000 employees in more than 100 locations serving the complex supply chain needs of nearly 7,000 customers.

Coppell-based Omni Logistics has appointed Tania Garcia as its new chief marketing officer and announced two internal promotions.

The technology-driven provider of global multimodal logistics solutions and specialized services said that Andy Tribble has been promoted to president of North America Operations and Megan Sledge has been named chief transformation officer.

“Tania’s impressive track record of experience and industry success paired with her fresh perspective brings tremendous value to our 7,000 customers, who represent a range of high value products that require complex logistics solutions,” CEO JJ Schickel said in a statement. “Andy and Megan are both incredibly deserving of their internal promotions, and we are proud to give recognition to their hard work and dedication.”

As CMO, Garcia will lead Omni Logistics’ global corporate identity and brand management; drive revenue through targeted, data-driven campaigns; build third-party awareness of and advocacy for Omni; and deliver high-caliber communications across all media for both internal and external communications.

“Omni’s vision, culture and value proposition are unparalleled, and I am both thrilled and grateful for the opportunity to make a positive impact on its business objectives and culture,” Garcia said in a statement. “Working with leaders of the caliber here at Omni is a rare opportunity and I look forward to further building the business and culture.”

Garcia has more than 25 years’ experience leading global marketing strategy and teams across a number of industries.

Tribble formerly was chief transformation officer. Since joining Omni in 2010, he has held multiple roles in operations, including SVP of North American Operations. He will carry on the strong operations focus for which Omni is known while continuing to drive a safe, innovative, and disciplined approach to Omni Logistics’ daily work, the company said.

Sledge formerly was VP of strategy. Since joining Omni in early 2022, she has been deeply involved in the Transformation Office initiatives and corporate strategy development. In her new role, Sledge will align teams across the organization to Omni Logistics’ strategy while helping the organization work more efficiently at scale, to support its customers.

Omni Logistics is a privately-owned, multibillion-dollar global logistics solutions provider that has more than 5,000 employees in more than 100 locations serving the complex supply chain needs of nearly 7,000 customers.

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