Bob Biesterfeld joined C.H. Robinson in 1999 and was named vice president of North American truckload in October 2013. In his current role, Bob has responsibility for C.H. Robinson's strategic direction of North American truckload services, which includes carrier management, encompassing van, temperature control, and flatbed. In addition, Bob has oversight of standard operating procedures, quality standards, as well as alignment of carrier pricing and bid management to organizational sales and account management strategies. Previously, Bob served as vice president of sourcing and temperature controlled transportation services. In addition to his role at C.H. Robinson, Bob sits on the Produce Marketing Associations floral committee and is a member of the United Fresh Wholesaler/Distributor board. Bob holds a bachelor’s degree from Winona State University.
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Vice President of North American Truckload, C.H. Robinson
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