AIT Worldwide Logistics appoints Transflo CEO, Renee Krug, to board of directors
Krug’s diverse experience includes multiple executive leadership roles with prominent global supply chain players
Global supply chain solutions provider AIT Worldwide Logistics has hired Transflo Chief Executive Officer, Renee Krug, as the newest industry executive to accept a seat on the company’s board of directors.
Krug has amassed more than 25 years of executive experience across the supply chain, including executive roles with high-volume shipper Honeywell, truckload carrier Knight-Swift, and 3PL GlobalTranz. She also sits on the board for trucking data and solutions provider SMC3 and served as a senior advisor for AIT’s financial partner, The Jordan Company.
AIT’s Executive Chairman and CEO, Vaughn Moore, noted that Krug’s vast knowledge and strong network connections provide AIT’s board with a unique viewpoint. As the CEO of an innovative, data-driven freight software company, she also offers valuable supply chain solutions insight with respect to transformative technology.
“I have great admiration for Renee’s accomplishments as an executive and her unrivaled understanding of the logistics industry,” he said. “I relied on her as a trusted confidant when AIT was evaluating new financial partners in 2020, so I’m very pleased to welcome her to the company’s board of directors where she’ll have an immediate positive impact.”
“AIT has been remarkably impressive,” Krug said. “I have tremendous respect for the speed and tenacity Vaughn Moore and his team have demonstrated to grow the business exponentially over the past several years. I look forward to leveraging my 360-degree perspective of the industry as an active board member and working closely with the management team to help shape AIT’s strategy.”
Krug received her bachelor’s degree from Indiana University and earned her MBA from Arizona State University. She lives in the Phoenix area, and her appointment to AIT’s board of directors is effective as of October 24, 2022, when she attended AIT’s fourth quarter board meeting.