Jeff Dzierbicki has been promoted to senior vice-president of vehicle operations at freight and finished vehicle logistics provider RPM. The company said in his new role he will oversee all execution for RPM’s vehicle product and play a pivotal role in RPM’s continued success in the world of logistics.

RPM provides digital tools to enhance the vehicle transport process, including electronic proof of delivery (e-Pod), electronic consignment notes (eCMR), and digital inspections at pick-up and delivery. Combined, these tools are improving transparency through the vehicle distribution process. 

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Jeff Dzierbicki, senior vice-president of vehicle operations at RPM

Dzierbicki will oversee teams managing new business onboarding, integration statuses, and internal and external reporting. He will also manage shipment building and order management, VIN planning, carrier development and relations, marketplace performance, and customer and carrier experience and quality, according to RPM.

He will also take a lead on growing the RPM Marketplace, the company’s online offer management system.

”The RPM Marketplace is focused on matching the right load with the right carriers, to drive efficiencies in the finished vehicle network,” said a spokesperson for RPM. ”This aligns with RPM goals to exceed customer service requirements and build stronger carrier relationships.”

Dzierbicki moves from his role at RPM as vice-president of solutions. Prior to working at RPM he was director of Rubicon VLS, which provides route development and data entry of finished vehicle routes amongst other services. He also previously worked at GM in vehicle logistics procurement for ocean and rail and in logistics procurement and planning at SAIC US.

In a welcoming post on LinkedIn John Perkovich, chief operating officer for North America and Europe at RPM, said: “Jeff is an integral piece to RPM’s continued growth and expansion. A natural leader, his experience and deep understanding of the finished vehicle space will enable us to make the right decisions in the ever-changing and ever-challenging logistics industry.”