CHANTILLY, VA – NonstopDelivery, Inc. (“NSD”) announced today that long-time technology leader Craig Huber has joined the company as Chief Information Officer (CIO).
In announcing the appointment, Steve Senkus, Founder and Chief Executive Officer of NSD, said, “As our customers continue to look for technology solutions and innovation in order to provide flawless execution and a superior customer experience, we are pleased to add Craig to our leadership team to accelerate and drive our IT initiatives.”
Craig brings over 20 years of experience in leading technology teams, developing IT strategy and driving innovation. He has served as a technology executive at companies from the startup level to the Fortune 1, most recently as CIO of a third-party logistics provider in the retail industry.
“I am excited to join NonstopDelivery and to help drive a best in class customer experience leveraging technology. NSD is well poised to take advantage of the continued disruption in e-commerce retail,” said Craig Huber. “Consumers today expect the home delivery experience to be simple, timely, accurate, and transparent. They are looking for information at their fingertips with low friction. I look forward to advancing NSD’s technology leadership and innovation and providing our customers with a competitive advantage and differentiation in the marketplace.” In addition to Craig’s experience in logistics, he has served as an executive in Wal-Mart technology, and more than a decade at Dell, Inc. leading enterprise level technology initiatives.
About NonstopDelivery, Inc.
Founded in 2000 by Steve Senkus, NonstopDelivery, Inc. (“NSD”) is a leading provider of logistics and transportation services, specializing in home delivery of heavy goods for e-commerce retailers, distributors and manufacturers. NSD offers seamless nationwide door-to-door, last-mile and reverse logistics solutions through a network of over 170 delivery terminals. For more information about NSD please visit www.shipnsd.com or contact Scot Goodwin at email@example.com.