ECU Trucking appoints Douglas Cumming as VP, aims to strengthen US inland transportation segment

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ECU Worldwide, world’s leading player in Less-than Container Load (LCL) ocean freight consolidation, is expanding its trucking business in the US, with the appointment of Douglas Cumming as Vice President of USA’s Inland and Domestic Transportation for ECU Trucking.

Douglas will be joining the team with over 15 years of experience in the domestic cargo transportation ecosystem.

ECU Trucking, founded in 2017, is a growing division of ECU Worldwide focussed on diverse inland cargo movement in the United States. ECU Trucking offers digital tracking and extended support of a global logistics network, to deliver door-to-door logistics support to freight forwarders. The division specializes in Lower than Truck load (LTL), Full Trailer Load (FTL) and Full Container/Drayage Load (FCL) as well as project cargo handling. ECU Trucking is distinguished in the inland logistics space through services like no National Motor Freight Classification (NMFC), no additional invoices after 48 hours, geographically focused services and API compatibility.

Tim Tudor, CEO ECU Worldwide said, “ECU Worldwide’s vision to enable global value chains, drive digitization, and create greater visibility to global freight movements is shaped by able leadership at the helm and Douglas brings valuable experience and expertise to the team.”

“ECU Trucking is an important part of our multi-modal strategy to deliver door-to-door logistics support to all our customers. We are sure Douglas’s understanding of the freight forwarding network will help grow this fast growing and high margin segment even further.”

Douglas Cumming said, “This is an exciting time to be in logistics given the disruptions and dynamics within the sector. ECU Trucking will work closely with the extended global ECU Worldwide network to support customers with their US domestic trucking requirements. I am excited to be part of a dynamic and fast-growing business that is redefining standards in the global logistics industry.”

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