Paul M. Tellier, president and chief executive officer of Canadian National, has received the McCullough Award for Logistics Executive of the Year.
Tellier said he is honored by the award, stressing that the CN team is responsible for CN’s turnaround and intense customer focus.
“We are a railroad that strives to be different from others. We constantly seek ways to improve our customer service. We are not afraid to change ourselves if it means better performance. And we’re not afraid to make a commitment and stand by it – whether it’s scheduled delivery, a Customer Bill of Rights, or a promise to keep all gateways open following our mergers with IC and WC,” he said.
The McCullough Award, sponsored by The National Industrial Transportation League (NITL) and Logistics Management & Distribution Report, recognizes an individual who has demonstrated a record of outstanding achievement and leadership in the logistics industry. The winner is selected by the board of directors of NITL, the oldest and largest organization in the United States representing the transportation policy interests of shippers.
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