Cargo Services hires two new employees

Cargo Services Inc., an Indiana owned and operated global freight-forwarder with a network of hundreds of agents in more than 80 countries, announces today it has hired two new team members. Jefferson Clay joins the business development team as director and Emily Hoffman joins the ocean export department as an agent.

About Jefferson Clay: Clay has nearly 15 years of industry experience and will be responsible for developing the northern Indiana/southwestern Michigan territory for Cargo Services. Prior to joining the company, Clay held the position of vice president of international and station managers working from an Elkhart, Ind. office for Platinum Cargo Logistics, which is based in California. He was responsible for all aspects of the international product of the company, including local and national sales. He was the qualifying individual on the FMC license and led the company through successful IATA certification. He holds a dangerous goods certification through IATA and IMDG. Clay is a graduate of Bethel College in Mishawaka, Ind.

About Emily Hoffman:  Hoffman joins Cargo Services with six years of industry experience. Prior to joining the company, Hoffman worked in the UPS Supply Chain Solutions international office as an account executive managing the logistics for accounts in the Chicago territory. She also supported sales representatives across the United States in her role in the ocean freight rating division of UPS SCS. She most recently worked as an ocean export coordinator for North Star Container LLC, an NVOCC, where she specialized in agricultural goods. Hoffman is a graduate of Indiana University with a degree in Business Management.