John D. Colfer, President & C.E.O.
John is not only the CEO but the founder of the company! John, has extensive experience in the transportation industry, he began his career with a Family trucking company cutting his teeth doing every job there was. John finally realized his sales closing ability and began to excel in the sales department. In 2002 after the world changed because of “9/11/2001” and the family business fell on hard times, John doing what he knows best started U.S. Logistics and after doing whatever it took to make it work, success is the only result.
Charlie O’Mara, Jr., C.O.O.
Charlie started full time with U.S. Logistics in 2007 after several years of periodic consulting that goes back to the early days of the company which began in 2002. Our goal is creating partnerships with customers and vendors, sales growth, operational efficiency & refinement for all company divisions. Our brokerage/Logistics division and motor carrier service have increased 4 fold as of 2007. After seeing the company through the “great recession” of late 2008/2009 we are a stronger more agile company, poised for continued growth.
As a lifelong transportation professional with over 30 years’ experience involving specialty household goods transportation, small business family ownership, which dates back to 1874. (no Charlie’s not that old) Charlie’s industry experience also includes several years of logistics consulting with a “private equity held” utility infrastructure & tower manufacturer, and study at Penn State University (Abington) in transportation logistics management, transportation law, patent/copyright law.
Charlie is married and has two daughters, and enjoys golfing, fishing and spending time with family, friends and being active in the community.
William “Billy” Mayer, OTR Operations Manager
Billy started with US Logistics back in 2003 (about 6 months after the company was founded) while young and inexperienced at the time, Billy was eager to learn.
He started out working on the cross dock, driving a forklift loading and unloading trucks, after a short time and a good general understanding of what was being moved, Billy jump on an opportunity for dispatching and moved into the office.
Billy quickly picked up the dispatch operation and demonstrated a motivated work ethic along with his willingness to take charge, soon gave way to yet another advancement! Over the road Operations Manager. During Billy’s tenure as the OTR department manager, which at the time had only 7 tractors/drivers under his management, and was now beginning to grow. Billy, has seen the OTR management grow to over 50 drivers now, and with the experience gained in operations he now also is thriving as Sales representative for U. S. Logistics. He still works closely with our pricing, OTR, and back haul departments and handles our specialized & expedited quotes while developing a sales following.
Billy is married with two children. He enjoys golfing and spending time with his family in his free time
Len Colfer Sr., Terminal Manager
Len Colfer Sr has been in the trucking industry now going on his 48th year. After getting out of the service in 1968, Len’s brother Bill helped him find a job. Len started out at a company called Hall’s Motor Freight at the ripe age of 21. He also worked part time at APA transport before eventually becoming a full time employee. After 9 years Len was hired at a company called STS motor freight where he worked for another 9 years prior to working with his brother at Jersey Cartage (U.S. Logistics) where he has been for the last 31 years.
“How this business as changed since I first started but I can honestly say it has been a great ride and I have been blessed to meet so many great people.” – Len
Bill Mooney, Vice President of Logistics
Bill started in the transportation industry working for a local brokerage company while attending Glassboro State College. His diligence and forward thinking set him apart in this challenging industry. In 1986, he began work in the warehouse and distribution industry with Trans-Freight Systems in Philadelphia, PA. During his time with Trans-Freight he received numerous awards and was promoted to Regional Sales Manager.
Bill then moved on to Jevic Transportation in Delanco, NJ where he was a leader on the team that grew their logistics division, JTS, extraordinary levels. He was the Operations Manager that brought a high quality, professionally operated logistics division to the forefront of the market. In 2009, Bill took over Northwind, the logistics arm of New Century Transportation, Westampton, NJ. Northwind was a hugely successful profit center for New Century and Bill was promoted to President during his tenure. In June 2014, Bill began his career here at US Logistics and we are already seeing the effects of his vision and leadership.
In his free time, Bill is an avid fitness advocate having participated in Half & Full Marathons and a few Triathlons. Bill is also active in the local community by coaching local youth sports teams. He has been inducted into both in the Marlton Coaches Hall of Fame and the Marlton Football Hall of Fame.
Cindy Carter , Safety Director for U.S. Logistics
Cindy began her career in the transportation industry 28 years ago, bringing a vast amount of knowledge to U.S. Logistics. Cindy began her career with ABF Freight System where she worked for 21 years. During her time with ABF, Cindy received several promotions. Cindy began as an office clerk , learning and mastering all of the positions in the office which included, OS&D, Payroll, Collections , Customer Service, Rates and Workmen’s Compensation. In a short amount of time , Cindy was promoted to City Dispatch / Operations Supervisor.
A few years later , Cindy was then promoted to a one-of-a kind position, “Office Systems Specialist” working for the Corporate Office and working under all of the regional Vice Presidents of which there were 12. With this position, came many challenges. Cindy’s job was to travel the country troubleshooting and restructuring any of the 200 plus terminals within the ABF system.
Throughout her tenure with ABF, Cindy was a team builder and was a huge contributor in the Quality process bringing much experience and ideas to the team. The team became very successful winning five (5) Presidential Quality awards.
Cindy was then promoted to Assistant Branch Manager at the largest revenue producing terminal within the ABF system. She moved to California and immediately began to trouble shoot, build procedures and implement procedures producing very good results . Cindy worked with every department including Safety , Operations and Administrations. Cindy walked away from her career moving back home to take care of her mother who became ill.
When Cindy came back into the Industry, Cindy began to work with U.S. Logistics August 2016. Cindy began as a recruiter hiring CDL drivers and quickly added on many responsibilities up to and including loss prevention , Safety Management and legalization. Cindy was recently promoted to the Safety Director now in charge of the Loss Prevention , Safety, Legalization and Recruiting.
Cindy is a mother of 3 grown children with one daughter in college. Cindy is involved in charity events such as Cancer Relays and Aids Foundation and enjoys the beach , music and football.
Cindy’s motto is “ DO THE RIGHT THING” #INTEGRITY