Mark Glazman’s involvement with USPack and the transportation industry began at a very young age, as the son of Founder and current Chairman, Peter Glazman. Mark has held every position in the business from dispatch to customer service, sales to operations management. Since joining the business full-time in 2004, Mark has overseen significant organic growth executed by investments in technology and new vertical penetration, as well as M&A activity with a focus on strategic expansion..
After USPack was acquired by NewSpring in 2015, Mark assumed the title of Executive Vice President and General Manager. He subsequently assumed the title as President, with a focus on operations and compliance before shifting his focus to driving growth through acquisitions as Vice Chairman of the Board of Directors. More recently, Mark has been appointed CEO of USPack by the board of directors, succeeding Jim van Leenen. As CEO, Mark is responsible for positioning the business to ensure continued customer satisfaction, innovation and long-term growth.
Dave Hunter is an established corporate leader focused on driving financial success at delivery and logistics companies. Dave specializes in positioning companies operationally and financially to deliver innovative first/final-mile delivery solutions that meet evolving client demands. Most recently, he served as CFO of Touchstone Wireless, a private equity backed cell phone repair and restoration company. He’s also held multiple senior leadership positions at Air Products & Chemicals, a leading industrial gas and chemicals manufacturer. Dave holds a Bachelor’s degree in Chemical Engineering from Bucknell University and an MBA from Cornell.
Tim is an accomplished Information Technology executive who has experience leveraging technology across a wide range of businesses. He began his career with Electronic Data Systems (EDS) and he is a product of their Systems Engineering Development program. During his tenure with EDS Tim worked in numerous industries, ranging from banking to automobile manufacturing, and was exposed to all facets of technology.
Tim ultimately transitioned in a leadership role and subsequently left EDS to join BBA Aviation (BBA). While with BBA he held various leadership positions, each with increased responsibility, and ultimately was appointed as the company’s global CIO where he coordinated the efforts of IT teams in multiple aviation related businesses around the world.
After 14 years with BBA Tim decided to venture into smaller, private equity owned companies. He is currently the CIO for USPack where he is using technology to drive performance in the same-day delivery space.
Tim lives in Orlando, FL and has BS in Business Administration from Florida State University.
Frank joined USPack in 2012 as Director of Business Development. In 2015, he expanded his responsibilities to serve as Director of Operations and Business Development, leading the company through a tremendous growth period. Frank became COO of USPack in 2016, retaining this leadership role with the acquisition of Fleetgistics in 2017, setting the stage for the company’s current growth path.
Prior to USPack, he was Director of National Sales for EagleOne Same-day Courier Services from 2008 – 2012. In this role, Frank helped EagleOne successfully enter new markets and achieve phenomenal growth.
A nationally-recognized leader with over thirty years’ experience in the same-day / final-mile transportation industry, Frank’s leadership roles with BeavEx USA, BeavEx, Express Courier International, and Acme Logistics, when he began the earliest days of his career as a dispatcher.
Dan Byrne is an accomplished commercial leader on the leading edge of ‘The Amazon Effect,’ pioneering new transportation solutions for the Delivery Economy. He has 15 years experience building the revenue line for first/final mile logistics companies, maximizing the supply chain for clients who absolutely must be on the leading edge of delivery solutions. Dan spent the first half of his career working at large multi-nationals (IBM, Deloitte, Computer Associates) providing sales and operational consulting services to clients in the telecommunications industry. Dan holds an MBA from the Goizueta Business School at Emory University, an MS in Telecommunications from George Washington University’s School of Engineering & Applied Science, and an undergraduate finance degree from Stetson University.
As Vice President of Human Resources, Carmelita brings diverse business experience working with a variety of companies to develop customized human resources strategies to help attract and develop the best talent to meet business needs. A Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR) and designated as a Senior Certified Professional by the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM-SCP), Carmelita develops and leads strategic HR initiatives to support USPack’s continued growth.
A graduate from Temple University in Philadelphia with a Bachelor’s in Business Administration, Carmelita has over thirty years of experience in corporate management, consulting, and human resources. More recently, her focus has been helping Private Equity backed organizations meet the human resources and culture challenges in rapidly changing and growing landscapes.
Carmelita’s previous positions included Director of Human Resources at Navigate, a management consulting firm and Senior Talent Acquisition Partner at Xelerate LLC, where she provided strategic recruiting consulting for several clients.
Peter Glazman is a pioneer in the final mile logistics space. He started his career as an Owner Operator Courier, eventually founding and growing USPack Logistics into one of the premier companies in the industry.
Peter immigrated from Ukraine in 1978 with his wife and daughter. An engineer by trade, he worked a variety of jobs to support his family but quickly realized his future was as an entrepreneur. After meeting an Independent Contractor that provided service to several courier companies, he decided he would go to work for himself as an owner operator. Peter fell in love with the freedom of being a business owner and the satisfaction of a job well done for his customers. Peter identified consistency, integrity and honesty as problems that needed to be solved in final mile transportation. He founded USPack in 1986 to solve those problems.
Since then, Peter has earned and kept the trust of thousands of customers, including fortune 500 executives. He spearheaded a growth strategy marked by successful acquisitions and sustained organic growth that continues to this day. Peter credits the sustained success of USPack to the original mission of the business: consistency, honesty and integrity.
Peter enjoys spending time with his wife, daughter, two sons and 3 grandchildren. He enjoys traveling, the ocean, skiing and catching baseball and basketball games with his family.