BERLIN, March 2, 2021 – sennder, Europe’s leading digital freight forwarder, announces the appointment of Jared Winder as Vice President - Carriers. As the latest addition to the leadership team, Jared will drive the expansion of sennder’s carrier offering.
Jared joins the growing Amsterdam team; he will be responsible for developing Europe’s largest digital carrier network that gives small and medium-sized trucking companies greater access to loads, more favorable routes and faster payment terms.
Jared’s appointment underlines sennder’s enduring commitment to its carriers and is the latest example of sennder investing in the digitalization of European road freight.
With over ten years’ experience in supply chain logistics, including six years at Uber, Jared brings a wealth of logistics expertise. He knows how to sustainably scale an offering across Europe and will work closely with sennder’s Chief Operating Officer Tom Christenson to further build-out the operations team.
“I am delighted to welcome Jared to sennder. Jared’s track record in supply chain operations at Uber will bolster our already-strong cohort of logistics specialists. As we continue to make the logistics industry fit for a sustainable future, Jared will empower and grow our network of small and medium-sized trucking companies, giving them greater access to loads at more favorable terms.” Says Tom Christenson, Chief Operating Officer at sennder.
"It's an exciting time to join sennder. As Europe's leading digital freight forwarder, sennder is bringing road freight into the digital age - benefiting carriers and shippers alike. Joining several fellow Uber alumni, I'm excited to usher in this change alongside innovators and industry veterans.” Says Jared Winder VP Carriers at sennder.
He continues, “Carriers are the core of our business and, I feel we have a lot to offer; our size now gives small and medium-sized trucking companies a seat at the table, alongside pan-European players. I look forward to growing our network and working with existing and new partners.”