Marc Rogers has resigned as president of UniGroup Worldwide Moving, the US-based parent to mobility businesses including United Van Lines and Mayflower Transit.
He had been in the role since December 2017 and, according to the Fenton, US-based-company, left with immediate effect at the end of September ‘to pursue other opportunities.’
Jason Mills, the company’s chief operating officer, has taken on the role of interim president and CEO. The company says he is now working with Chairman Charles McDaniel and the company’s executive leadership team to progress the company’s strategic plan.
A statement from McDaniel said: ‘Marc established a strong leadership team and focused his attention on innovation and delivering an improved customer experience. We appreciate his leadership and wish him the best in his future endeavours. In the interim, I look forward to working closely with Jason to continue moving our organisation forward.’
One of the company’s recent developments was the purchase of tech business Handled, an app-based platform for local moving, relocation and home services.