As CEO of St. George Logistics Holdings, Chris Jamroz possesses business experience and expertise in the logistics and financial sectors. Chris Jamroz has been a lifelong advocate for furthering education and is a tenured mentor with the Schulich School of Business at Toronto’s York University.
Mentors at the Schulich School of Business interact directly with a student one-on-one. Mentors share industry insights, give professional advice, and help students advance their time management and communication skills. Mentors also provide guidance regarding job search strategies.
The mentorship program at the Schulich School of Business operates throughout the academic year. Students and mentors are encouraged to meet a minimum of four times over the course of the program. Throughout this time, students and mentors also meet at specific events where they can share ideas and experiences.
Mentoring provides both personal and professional value for the mentee and enables the transfer of knowledge from someone with much greater experience. An ideal mentoring relationship is one in which the parties feel a positive camaraderie and they both gain valuable insights and new perspectives.
Chris Jamroz guides STG Holdings, LLC, and coordinates North America’s largest independent container freight station (CFS) facilities network. Chris Jamroz’ team maintains more than 4 million square feet of dedicated US warehousing space to provide distribution and time-sensitive inventory management solutions.
Trends impacting the shipping industry in 2017 include increased consolidation amidst a landscape of falling rates for freight shipments and a renewed focus on the bottom line. With seven major companies controlling nearly two-thirds of the world capacity, the focus is on synergies that enable costs to be kept to an absolute minimum and developing new efficiencies.
Vessel-sharing agreements that involve major partnerships between players such as Transport High Efficiency, 2M Alliance + HMM group, and Ocean are underway. These agreements will engender changes in vessel routing and terminal location while also highlighting a need for flexibility in all aspects of the shipment process. One key readjustment already underway is for capacity growth that is more closely tied to traffic and demand, in ways that improve responsiveness to the actual flow of goods.
A recipient of the Florida Governor’s Business Ambassador Medal, Chris Jamroz is a logistics executive in North America. Currently, Chris Jamroz serves as the CEO of St. George Logistics Holdings and the Executive Chairman of St. George Logistics (STG), the largest provider of outsourced customer freight station (CFS) services in North America.
In May 2017, STG announced it had acquired Extra Express, a division of Dicom Transportation Group, in order to complement its full range of logistics services with last mile delivery solutions. Extra Express provides warehousing and delivery services to corporates in California. It operates four warehouses and has a delivery fleet of over 300 vehicles. STG will integrate Extra Express’ network with its own, achieving a last mile delivery service to serve the California market.
The acquisition means STG clients on the west coast will enjoy a closed-loop range of services from drayage, to warehousing, to intermodal transportation, and finally to last mile delivery. Its customers will no longer have to hire third-party transportation companies to deliver products from STG warehouses to their doorsteps; STG will do that for them. Fulfilling customers’ logistics needs will be faster, easier, less expensive, and more integrated with STG’s existing services.
An accomplished business executive within the transportation industry, Chris Jamroz is the CEO of St. George Logistics Holdings and the Executive Chairman of St George Logistics (STG Logistics). Possessing more than a decade of leadership experience, Chris Jamroz has a proven track record of increasing shareholder value in both public and private companies.
Many companies want to increase shareholder value to ensure their business continues performing well. However, actually accomplishing this can be difficult due to the many theories relating to the subject. The following are three simple ways to improve shareholder value:
1. Enhance revenue: By improving a company’s market awareness and image, business leaders can help boost the revenue of their business. This naturally improves a company’s shareholder value because companies with higher revenues are more valuable. In addition to changing awareness, a business can also improve their revenue by developing new products or increasing the price of some of their current products; the latter of which may put the company at risk for customer losses.
2. Retain talent: A good business is built with the help of leaders who are experienced and knowledgeable within the field. For this reason, companies should retain their expert talent as much as possible by setting up staff contracts and managing staff performance. Doing so ensures employees stay with a business for a certain amount of time and gives business leaders the chance to promote those individuals who perform well.
3. Protect assets: Every company is at risk of fraud, but owners can boost shareholder value and improve their company’s chance at success by limiting this risk. To accomplish this, leaders should protect a business’ assets by reducing the number of unapproved customer contact list transfers and watching for fraudulent supplier payments.
About St.George Logistics:
The company provides end-to-end logistics services through an expansive technology-enabled, multi-purpose network of 32 facilities, incorporating over 5 million square feet and comprehensive transport solutions. With operations in every major port, these closed-loop services are able to provide customers with the supply-chain solutions that fit their needs.
Chris Jamroz serves as the chief executive officer of St. George Logistics, a leading provider of value added warehousing and logistics services in North America. In addition to that role, Chris Jamroz co-chairs the Canada 150 Advisory Committee.
The Canada 150 Advisory Committee is charged with coordinating activities to celebrate Canada’s 150th Anniversary of Confederation, with the goal of commemorating the country’s history while building engagement among the Canadian population.
Toronto’s yearlong celebration of the anniversary is entitled TO Canada With Love. The celebration includes the MomenTO program, an initiative that makes use of pop-up museums and events to recognize historical people, locations, and events that are significant in Canada’s history. The program also features displays of historical collections from the city of Toronto and hosts an interactive historical timeline on its website. Additional activities include a series of talks focused on Toronto’s history of innovation and a free outdoor film series. The MomenTO timeline and additional resources can be found at www1.toronto.ca.
Chris Jamroz is an accomplished corporate executive who specializes in currency logistics on a global scale. A former investment banker at J.P. Morgan, Chris Jamroz currently provides leadership in the sector as the CEO of St. George Logistics Holdings and board director at CMS Info Systems.
CMS Info Systems provides diverse logistics services that range from distribution and inventory management to transportation solutions and omnichannel commerce.
Omnichannel commerce is a customer service and sales methodology in which the customer is provided with a seamless and high quality buying experience from a PC or through a mobile device. A type of multichannel approach, omnichannel commerce enables a customer to receive consistent information and a uniform experience from any point of contact. Points of contact, which include in-person communication, email, phone communication, social media, and others, provide the customer multiple channels to access information. Moreover, points of contact are integrated on the back end to ensure consistent and accurate information is provided to customers at all times.
During his tenures at Scotia Capital and JPMorgan Chase, Chris Jamroz developed the business expertise that allows him to operate effectively in his current role as the CEO of STG Holdings, LLC, a provider of warehousing and logistics services. Away from his work, Chris Jamroz supports Big Brothers Big Sisters of New York City (BBBSNYC), which hosts the annual Gridiron Games to raise funds for its mentorship services.
The 2017 Gridiron Games is a daylong event split into two sections. The first of these takes place in the morning and offers the opportunity for 150 of the organization’s Littles, children undergoing mentorship as part of the BBBSNYC’s program, to tour the MetLife Stadium, take part in football games, and learn about cheering courtesy of the New York Jet’s cheerleading squad. Further, the morning session includes speeches from football superstars, including Joe Namath and Carl Banks.
The afternoon session invites attorneys from New York’s top 16 law firms to engage in a friendly touch football tournament on the MetLife field, with the winning team earning the Gridiron Games trophy, which it receives during a special cocktail reception held in the MetLife Stadium’s VIP lounge.
The 2017 Gridiron Games takes place on November 4 between 9 a.m. and 6 p.m. at the MetLife Stadium in New Jersey.