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Roadlink USA Announces Executive Appointments

January 31, 2007

BETHLEHEM, PA – RoadLink USA, Inc., a North American provider of intermodal trucking and related logistics services, has named Ronald Sorrow vice chairman and Chris Munro president and chief executive officer, effective immediately.

Sorrow, who was the leader of the original founding management team of RoadLink USA and has served as chief executive officer of the company for the past six years, was instrumental in the sale of RoadLink to Fenway Partners, a New York-based private equity firm with a significant transportation and logistics-focused practice, in Sept. 2006. As vice chairman, Sorrow will leverage his 35 years of senior-level transportation and logistics experience to concentrate on growth strategies, key customer relationships, and industry-wide matters for RoadLink.

With an extensive background in global logistics and supply chain management, Munro joins RoadLink USA from Linfox, a $1 billion Australian-based logistics and supply chain management company operating throughout Asia, where he served as chief executive officer. At Linfox, Munro led the company’s rapid expansion and acquisition initiatives while opening major new operations, with a new international leadership team, in key Asian markets. A native of Scotland, he has also served in senior positions with Exel Logistics in Europe and the United States.

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