SUNRISE, Fla. — dexFreight, providers of a decentralized, blockchain-based logistics platform, said Thursday Jim Handoush will serve as its president and CEO.
In his new role, Handoush will focus on strengthening and expanding the use of dexFreight’s technology.
“dexFreight is shrinking the gap between shippers, carriers and brokers by continually developing its blockchain solution and tools that reduce costs, improve productivity and increase revenue and profitability,” Handoush said. “I look forward to bringing dexFreight’s vision to supply chain stakeholders and to having a positive impact on transportation and logistics operations in markets around the globe.”
Handoush brings to dexFreight a track record in technology, transportation and logistics industries building high-performance teams and leading complex organizations with Fortune 500 customers.
Previously, he served as the executive vice president of Transportation and Logistics Solutions at Optym, a global software development company that provides optimization solutions to transportation companies; and held multiple executive roles in Landstar System, a worldwide, asset-light provider of integrated transportation management solutions.
With the appointment of Handous, dexFreight CEO and co-founder Rajat Rajbhandari will assume the role of chief information officer and focus on market research and fostering relationships with governmental and academic institutions.
“When we founded dexFreight in early 2018, we understood its enormous potential and knew that we would need leaders with a deep background in scaling and running multi-billion dollar companies, “Rajbhandari said. “As our technology continues to mature, the timing is perfect for someone like Jim Handoush to step in and take the helm. His keen interest in innovation and deep experience will drive our growth in the coming years.”
dexFreight is a decentralized, blockchain-based logistics platform that allows shippers, carriers and other supply chain stakeholders to transact and collaborate more efficiently, transparently and securely.
For information, visit dexfreight.io.
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I wonder why there is no mention of his position at Network FOB? He got off the hook easy. The founders of this company will regret their choice.
This article does not reflect the recent history of Jim Handoush. He was the CEO and very much involved in bankrupting Network FOB just a few years ago. This guy ran a $150 million dollar a year company into the ground in 3 years. He lied about many business dealings. The company owes millions of dollars to carriers and hundred of thousands to its own agents. Jim Handoush was personally responsible for ruining many families and their livelihoods. This guy is a scam artist and one of the most unreliable executives in the transportation industry. He has bounced around to multiple companies since. No idea why any company would ask this proven failure to run their business. Bad move. Do your research people! You owe me $25K Handoush!