Driving Supply Chain Technology with the Help of New Leadership at Crane Worldwide Logistics

Logistics Tech Outlook | Thursday, March 10, 2022

Keith Winters, CEO and Brannon Kuykendall, CIO

Crane Worldwide announces the appointment of Brannon Kuykendall as Chief Information Officer.

FREMONT, CA: Crane Worldwide Logistics has celebrated twelve years of operations this week, and they have rapidly become a respected global 3PL player and international logistics solutions provider to the businesses worldwide. Crane Worldwide’s client base consists of an impressive portfolio of multinational clients as well as many start-ups.

Recently declaring its value proposition statement, the company introduced three focus areas, inclusive of technology, service, and people, to drive business growth beyond this year.

Adhering to this strategy, Crane Worldwide is pleased to announce the appointment of Brannon Kuykendall as the Chief Information Officer.

Kuykendall has successfully guided technology teams ranging from start-ups to Fortune 500 enterprises and has diverse experience in software development, cybersecurity, compliance, cloud computing, artificial intelligence, and more.

Before joining Crane Worldwide, he served as Chief Information Officer in the oil and gas industry and as the Chief Technology Officer at ThoughtTrace, an artificial intelligence SaaS company.

“There are profound changes in digitalization and data to support intelligent modelling,” says Keith Winters, CEO at Crane Worldwide. “Our clients have faced many challenges during the COVID-19 outbreak, end to end and real time visibility is key to making informed decisions when faced with supply chain disruption and assessing vulnerabilities.”

“Building upon our established in-house system, Brannon will drive forward our goal of solving the challenges our clients are facing with increased data complexity in the supply chain. We are delighted to have his expertise on the Executive team and look forward to the automated solutions he will present for our clients around the world.”

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