FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
DERREL E. CHAPPELL JOINS SYNCHRONET INTERMODAL SERVICES, INC. AS DIRECTOR, SALES, NORTH AMERICA DOMESTIC SERVICES
Virginia Beach, VA – January 17, 2013 – SynchroNet Intermodal Services, Inc. (SIS) (www.synchronetintermodal.com) today announced Mr. Derrel E. Chappell has joined SIS as the Director, Sales, North America Domestic Services. In his role, Derrel is responsible for developing and securing business from Intermodal Marketing Company (IMC) freight customers and other third party US-based freight customers. Derrel will focus on the marketing and sales of SIS’ stack-train service through the DoorLogistics™ and the ramp-to-ramp service offerings.
“A high performing sales and marketing executive with over 38 years of experience, Derrel has a proven record in achieving company goals and financial targets, the development and implementation of customer solutions and improving customer satisfaction,” said Marc DiNapoli, managing director of SIS. ” Derrel’s core competencies such as strategic planning, sales process improvement, contract / price negotiations as well as sales channel development, key account strategies and staff development and management are complementary to the needs of SIS’ growing team.”
“I look forward to using my extensive experience and contacts to introduce SIS’ DoorLogistics and ramp-to-ramp services to new customers,” said Derrel E. Chappell, director, sales, North American domestic services. “I believe my wealth of business knowledge and
strategy development will contribute significantly to the entire organization.”
Immediately prior to joining SIS, Derrel was Director Wholesale Business Development with Schneider National, where he was responsible for the development of the sales and marketing strategy and supervised sales personnel for the newly created wholesale line of business. He was Vice President Business Development – Automotive / Mexico with Pacer Stacktrain and held a variety of positions with APL Stacktrain Services. While at Union Pacific Railroad/Missouri Pacific Railroad, Derrel grew through the organization in a number of management positions.