Michael Webb

last updated 6/22/2018

Michael Webb

Senior Vice President Distribution Services at Genesee & Wyoming Inc

Location:
20 West Ave, Darien, Connecticut, United States
HQ Phone:
(203) 202-8900

General Information

Experience

Manager - Modalgistics

Various (All In the Marketing Department) - Norfolk Southern Corporation

Education

MBAOld Dominion University

bachelor's degree - business management , Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University

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Mike Webb
Senior Vice President, Distribution Services Mike Webb joined G&W in May 2013 as Senior Vice President, Distribution Services. He leads the sourcing and establishment of distribution services operations throughout North America, with responsibility for expanding G&W's bulk and liquid transload, warehousing and material-handling businesses. Mr. Webb also manages the corporate national account sales team, which is primarily project development-driven and is responsible for selling G&W's services portfolio to the corporate headquarters of major companies across North America in all industries and for all product lines. He previously spent 24 years with Norfolk Southern, where he held a variety of management positions within its marketing department in the coal and industrial products groups. Mr. Webb has a bachelor's degree in business management from Virginia Tech and an MBA from Old Dominion University.

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Genesee & Wyoming Launches Enhanced Transload Web Site | Genesee & Wyoming InvestorHQ

"The tool is invaluable for businesses looking to tap into freight rail economics, increase efficiency and better manage supply chains," Mike Webb, G&W's senior vice president of distribution services, said.
"By staging inventory at the warehouses, transloads and bulk terminals located on G&W's freight railroads, businesses have the opportunity toimprove their supply chain costs." Users can filter results by city, state, zip code or railroad name, and the zip code search can display transload sites within a 25-, 50-, 100- or 150-mile radius. Information in each entry includes the transload site address along with railroad sales contact information, the number of railcar spots, Class 1 railroad interchanges and a detailed photo with Google Maps integration that allows users to drill down on the location. "Potential customers along G&W-owned railroads who do not have a rail siding or are not located directly on the tracks can use the new tool to find the closest transload operation," Webb continued.

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