Frank Dyer of Albany, NY, has been named manager of the companys Elizabeth (NJ)terminal. He will have overall responsibilities for terminal operations at the 110-door facility, which serves as the companys metropolitan area hub.
Dyer has been with NEMFs parent company, the Shevell Group, since 2002 as facility manager at Fishkill, NY. Prior to joining NEMF, he spent 17 years with USF Red Star, serving as terminal manager in Newburgh, Hartford, CT, and Newark, NJ, finally being named central regional director. He and his wife, Alana, have six children.
Based in Elizabeth, NJ, family-owned NEMF is the largest LTL carrier in the Northeast region. It operates 30 terminals throughout the Northeast, Florida, Puerto Rico and Canada, and reaches 85 percent of the U.S. population through service partnerships. NEMF is a member of the Shevell Group of Companies, which also includes Carrier Industries (third-party logistics and dedicated fleet), Eastern Freight Ways (Northeast truckload carrier), Apex Logistics (brokerage nationwide truckload) and NEMF World Transport (Puerto Rico).