REY Logistics CEO

REY Logistics has been providing a dedicated fleet for a range of clients and their customers since 2016. Available 24 hours a day and 365 days a year, there is a strong dedication to providing solutions throughout the supply chain. One big part of the success of REY Logistics is the REY Logistics CEO Eduard Scherbakov.

The concept

REY Logistics offers a partnership with owner-operators with additional benefits and support. For Eduard Scherbakov, this is not just good business but something that can have long-term socioeconomic benefits “Call their own hours, work on their own terms, it can be a winning and strategic pathway for them and society.”

In recent times, companies have faced unprecedented challenges and it has become even more imperative to protect jobs as much as possible. Eduard Scherbakov is under no illusions of why this is important “The focus is on eliminating uncertainty for those on the front lines delivering goods and services nationally for us all.”

This also extends to the quality of support offered by REY Logistics’ team of dedicated dispatchers – “Dispatchers can assist drivers to be more financially savvy, pick up more weekend loads and create the possibility of adding multiple trucks under their name as a way to foster entrepreneurship”.

Find out more

If you are interested in joining REY Logistics as an owner-operator or are interested in using their services for your supply chain needs, get in touch today via www.reylogistics.com/contact-company/ to see what they can do for you.

 

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