Mongeon named CEO of Agility Defense and Government Services
Agility, a leading global logistics provider, has named Dan Mongeon as CEO of its Defense & Government Services (DGS) business group. Agility DGS provides comprehensive logistics solutions to various government entities and non-governmental organizations on a global basis.
Mongeon, a retired U.S. Army major general, has been president of Agility DGS since June 2006 and will continue in that role. He also has been named to the management board of Agility, the parent of Agility DGS.
Mongeon succeeds Toby Switzer, who will become an advisor to Agility, focusing on overall strategy and policy.
Mongeon joined Agility, formerly PWC Logistics, in 2006 after 34 years in the Army. He is former director of operations at the Defense Logistics Agency in Fort Belvoir, Va. He also served as deputy chief of staff for logistics, U.S. Armed Forces Command at Fort McPherson, Ga., and was commander of the Defense Supply Center in Philadelphia.
Mongeon is a graduate of the University of Arizona and holds a masters in logistics management from the University of Arkansas. He attended the U.S. Army Command and General Staff College and the U.S. Army War College. He sits as a subject-matter expert on the advisory boards of Boyle Transportation and the Center of Excellence in Logistics & Technology (LOGTECH) at the Institute for Defense & Business, which is affiliated with the University of North Carolina.
Agility is a leading global logistics provider with more than 32,000 employees, and over 550 offices in 100 countries around the world. A publicly traded company, with over US$6 billion in annual revenue, Agility has three key operating units - Global Integrated Logistics (GIL), Defense & Government Services (DGS) and Investments.
We focus on offering customers truly personal service and flexible supply chain solutions tailored to meet their individual business needs, supported by a comprehensive network of warehousing facilities, transportation and freight management services. We also believe that we have responsibilities that extend beyond our commercial operations, as we are a worldwide network that is able to partner with local communities. Our contributions ensure the growth of our people, our business, and the future.
For more information about Agility, visit www.agilitylogistics.com
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