C.R. England has announced the promotions of Brandon Harrison and Zach England into the roles of chief operating officers.

Harrison will oversee national, regional, and Mexico divisions and safety. England will oversee dedicated and intermodal operations and serve as chairman of the Board of England Logistics, a third-party logistics company and wholly owned subsidiary of C.R. England. 

“I am pleased to announce the addition of Brandon and Zach to our senior management team,” said Chad England, CEO. “"They have distinguished themselves as significant leaders in our company as well as in the transportation industry and will bring a wealth of experience and knowledge to these positions. They have both been prepared to step into these positions and have a unique vision focused on the future growth of C.R. England and a commitment to our drivers, our employees, and our customers.”

Harrison was most recently president, national and regional divisions. He has been with the company since 2003, serving in a number of roles including operations manager, senior operations manager of the dedicated division, director of national fleet operations and vice president, OTR.

Zach England is a great-grandson of founder Chester R. England. England was promoted from the position of president, dedicated division. He has worked in a variety of positions for the privately-owned family company throughout his college years and started full-time in 2004 with England Logistics. In his role at England Logistics, he created and set the foundation for England Carrier Services; a division that provides reliable and cost-effective services to small carriers.