Global Critical Logistics announces new President of U.S. Automotive

posted on 5th October 2023 by Eddie Saunders
Global Critical Logistics announces new President of U.S. Automotive

Global Critical Logistics (GCL), a leading provider of logistics solutions, has appointed Deron A. Brown as its new Executive Vice President and President of U.S. Automotive.

Brown brings over 20 years of experience in the supply chain industry, holding a series of senior management roles, including at fractional private jet provider NetJets, and as a founding partner of air charter specialist, Wheels Up.

“I am absolutely thrilled to be joining the GCL team! My passion for revenue generation, talent development, and strategic branding aligns perfectly with the incredible work this company has done over the years,” said Brown.

“I am excited to dive in and explore new opportunities for growth with high-net-worth clients, corporate partners, and automotive Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs), to deliver measurable results for the organization.”

As a founding partner at Wheels Up, Brown played a pivotal role in establishing and leading a robust sales organization, contributing significantly to the company’s annual revenue, exceeding USD1 billion annually.

His expertise in crafting dynamic Customer Relationship Management (CRM) systems and sales processes have enhanced operational efficiency and facilitated seamless lead generation.

“We are thrilled to welcome Deron to Global Critical Logistics, the global leader in automotive transport through our CARS and Cosdel brands,” said Daniel Rosenthal, President and Chief Executive Officer, GCL.

“I have known Deron for nearly two decades and know him to be a great leader and driver of growth, customer relationships, and culture, who will no doubt make a positive impact on our organization.

“Working closely with the CARS and Cosdel operational teams, Deron’s extensive experience and impressive track record in sales and executive leadership will unequivocally enhance our capabilities and drive our commercial success in the U.S. automotive sector.”