Women in Logistics: ArcBest's Judy R. McReynolds - Global Trade Magazine
  January 2nd, 2020 | Written by

Women in Logistics: ArcBest’s Judy R. McReynolds

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  • Since 2010, McReynolds has served as ArcBest's president and CEO.
  • “It’s a great honor for me to be among WomenInc.’s Most Influential Corporate Directors."
  • “I’m proud to be at ArcBest, where we have a great culture of creativity and innovation."

Known for its “more than just logistics” business solutions approach, ArcBest logistics company boasts much more than offering unique, innovative, and competitive solutions for industry players through outstanding leadership.

The company’s president and CEO, Judy R. McReynolds, was announced as the Most Influential Corporate Directors for the  WomenInc.’s winter edition. This recognition is in addition to other acknowledgments received by McReynolds for 2019, including Women in Trucking Association’s 2019 Distinguished Woman in
Logistics.

“It’s a great honor for me to be among WomenInc.’s Most Influential Corporate Directors,” McReynolds said. “I’m proud to be at ArcBest, where we have a great culture of creativity and innovation and constantly strive to keep ahead of rapidly changing market conditions and to meet our customers’ evolving needs.”

ArcBest has transformed its reputation over the years by adding more options for its customer solutions offerings ranging from less-than-truckload carrier ABF Freight®, ground expedite shipping through Panther Premium Logistics®, as well as truckload, time critical, international ocean and air, and managed transportation. These solutions are customizable to solve unique and complex challenges for customers.

Since 2010, McReynolds has served as ArcBest’s president and CEO. In 2016, she was the chosen Chairman of the Board for the company in addition to 22 years of service.

McReynolds also serves as the current chair for the American Transportation Research Institute board, a member of the American Trucking Associations Board of Directors and Executive Committee, and a list of outside boards: OGE Energy Corp., First Bank Corp. and First National Bank of Fort Smith. She serves on the Dean’s Executive Advisory Board of the Sam M. Walton College of Business at the University of Arkansas and the Brandon Burlsworth Foundation Board.