Hub Group promotes Paperiello to intermodal president

 
 
Posted7/12/2021 8:55 AM

OAK BROOK -- Hub Group announced the promotion of Vince Paperiello to president of Intermodal and chief solutions officer.

In his expanded role, Paperiello will be responsible for the performance of Hub Group's intermodal business as well as his current role leading Hub Group's customer solutions.

 

Paperiello joined Hub Group in 1993 as a customer service representative and has served in a variety of operational, logistics management, business intelligence, and pricing leadership positions within the company.

"Vince's impact and leadership over his 28 years at Hub Group have helped us grow into an industry-leading supply chain solutions company," said Phil Yeager, Hub Group president and chief operating officer. "Vince has played a key role in designing and improving our intermodal network and pricing strategy, while maintaining our extremely strong rail relationships. This promotion is a great testament to his continued contributions to the company and will enable the ongoing success of our intermodal operation."

Paperiello earned a bachelor's degree in history from Western Illinois University and a Master of Business Administration -- Finance degree from DePaul University's Kellstadt Graduate School of Business, graduating with honors both times.

Hub Group's intermodal offering utilizes a fleet of 44,000 containers, nearly 4,000 drivers and is supported by strong relationships with several Class-I railroads. Intermodal produced over $2.1 billion in revenue over the last 12 months, representing approximately 60% of the company's revenue.

Hub Group offers comprehensive transportation and logistics management solutions.

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