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Trailer Bridge CEO continues expansion of the company’s leadership team

Jan 25, 2023

Trailer Bridge, Inc., a full-service transportation solution provider, today announced its leadership team continues to grow to navigate the company’s strategic growth plans. Ann Phelps will now serve as Vice President of Customer Experience, Ocean, and Chris Goss will lead the company’s government division as Vice President of Government and Project Logistics.
This latest addition follows a series of leadership announcements at the end of 2022 signaling the company’s intense focus on its goal to become the international leader in light-asset based logistics.

Left: Ann Phelps, Vice President, Customer Experience, Ocean Right: Chris Goss, Vice President, Government & Project Logistics

“This announcement represents our continued focus on the ocean side of the business – the very service we were founded on – as well as the expansion of our services into the future,” said Mitch Luciano, Trailer Bridge CEO.
Industry-veteran, Ann Phelps, has been with the company since 2000 working in a variety of roles within the Ocean Division which serves the Puerto Rico trade lane as well as the Caribbean market. She is responsible for ensuring shippers moving freight into these areas enjoy a seamless experience from booking to delivery. Ann leads a growing ocean account management team of based in the company’s corporate headquarters in Jacksonville, responsible for managing more than $140 million in ocean freight.
Trailer Bridge welcomed Chris Goss to the team at the end of 2022. He brings nearly 20 years of experience in the transportation and logistics industry, with a strong focus on the movement of government freight. He is a former U.S. Army Civilian with nearly 9 years of military experience, of which he spent the last two years of his tenure in the armed forces as the Director of Operations for the 832nd Transportation Battalion in Jacksonville, Florida.
“Both Ann and Chris not only bring a wealth of industry knowledge to their new roles, but they also bring a curiosity that will be instrumental in our future growth,” added Luciano. “They are willing to ask questions and to explore new ways of thinking in an industry that is ever changing - it’s a trait that will benefit our internal teams and customers for years to come.”

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