XPO Logistics Announces Promotion of Jay Silberkleit to Chief Information Officer
Silberkleit’s 18-year career as an enterprise systems leader includes senior roles with Fortune 500 companies that have complex, network-based operations. He joined XPO as vice president, enterprise architecture in 2012, shortly after the company was founded, and was instrumental in the creation of XPO’s technology ecosystem, including its digital brokerage platform. In 2021, he was named senior vice president, technology, with responsibility for the company’s LTL optimization initiatives. Prior to XPO, Silberkleit most recently served as principal software engineer with Waste Management, Inc.
Harik said, “Jay has been a driving force behind the ongoing success of our proprietary technology since the early days of XPO. Under his leadership, the capabilities we develop elevate service for our customers and advance our strategy for value creation. Jay’s expertise will be pivotal when XPO emerges from the spin-off as a standalone LTL company.”
As previously announced, XPO intends to spin off its asset-light brokered transportation platform from its asset-based less-than-truckload business, creating two separate, publicly traded companies with vast growth prospects in North America. XPO expects to complete the spin-off in the fourth quarter of 2022.
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The spin-off remains subject to various conditions, including the effectiveness of the Form 10 registration statement, receipt of a tax opinion from counsel, the refinancing of XPO’s debt on terms satisfactory to the XPO board of directors, and final approval by the XPO board of directors, among other requirements. There can be no assurance that the planned spin-off will occur or, if it does occur, the terms or timing.
Source: XPO Logistics, Inc.