Gregg A. Troian
President and Chief Executive Officer

Gregg A. Troian currently serves as President and CEO of Quadrivius, Inc., the holding company comprising Pittsburgh Logistics Systems (PLS),, and Pittsburgh Logistics Systems International (PSLI).

Mr. Troian was instrumental in the establishment of Pittsburgh Logistics Systems in 1991. Under his direction as President, the company developed into the premier third-party logistics management provider to the metals industry, a leadership position it continues to hold today. Pittsburgh Logistics Systems currently manages the logistics for more than 20 million tons of metal products per year and employs over 200 people throughout the United States.

Prior to founding Pittsburgh Logistics Systems, Mr. Troian held various positions of increasing responsibility at PGT Trucking, Inc., including Vice President of Operations and Executive Vice President of the company, through which he gained a hands-on understanding of the flatbed trucking industry. Earlier in his career, he held positions with National Freight, Inc., and New Image Transport.

Mr. Troian received his B.S. in Business Management from the New York Institute of Technology.

Robert J. Dunn
Chief Financial Officer

Robert J. Dunn brings more than 20 years of industry, accounting, and management experience to Pittsburgh Logistics Systems, Inc., particularly in the areas of financial reporting and analysis, strategic planning, and budgeting.

Mr. Dunn comes to PLS from Anderson Equipment Company, where he successfully orchestrated the company's first budgeting process in its 66-year history and participated in the selection and implementation of a new financial accounting system.

Prior to his career at Anderson, Mr. Dunn served as Chief Financial Officer and later Group Publisher of Thomson Newspapers, Inc., managing the operations of six newspapers and assumed full profit and loss responsibility. He ultimately assisted in the sale of the six newspapers on behalf of Thomson Newspapers. Mr. Dunn was also Vice President of Finance and Treasurer of Vector Security, Inc., and has held financial positions with Pepsi-Cola Co., Duquesne Light Co., and Deloitte & Touche LLP.

A Certified Public Accountant, Mr. Dunn received his B.S. in Accounting from Penn State University and his MBA from Duquesne University.

James G. Ruiz
Vice President, Logistics Engineering

Having served several of the largest, most well known steel producers in the U.S., James G. Ruiz brings significant steel industry, supply chain management, and strategic sourcing experience to PLS.

Most recently, Mr. Ruiz was a Buyer and Project Manager for AK Steel, where he managed a $160 million sourcing budget. Mr. Ruiz also gained extensive transportation management knowledge while with Wheeling-Pittsburgh Steel, where he oversaw the company's logistics function, including truck, barge, and rail shipping.

Mr. Ruiz received his B.A. in Economics from Bucknell University and an MS in Industrial Administration from Carnegie Mellon University.

Daniel J. Corrigan
Vice President, Information Systems

Daniel J. Corrigan serves as Vice President of Information Systems, building on his 15 years of IT management experience, and his years of work in developing web-based supply chain management systems.

During his career at PLS, Mr. Corrigan managed the design and implementation of and the implementation of Oracle
® financials, Cognos® Enterprise Reporting System, and the company-wide intranet (Quadnet). He also led key integration initiatives with several PLS customers and carriers.

Mr. Corrigan earned his B.S. in Information Systems from the University of Pittsburgh, and has continued his studies through Oracle
® Educational Programs, Merrill Lynch Leadership Development, and the Dale Carnegie Business School.

Robert Schenken
Vice President, Carrier Management

Robert Schenken serves as the Vice President of Carrier Management. He previously held the positions of Assistant Vice President of Logistics Engineering, as well as, Executive Director of Operations at AK Steel in Middletown, OH, and brings seven years of business experience to the organization.

He has held several key industry management positions, and established a transportation company that served the airlines at Greater Pittsburgh International Airport.

In his previous position as owner of Western Pennsylvania Express, Mr. Schenken formulated the company's key processes for providing excellent service and performance for all of the airline's JIT shipments relating to small package and counter-to-counter deliveries.

While with PLS, Mr. Schenken has led several key strategic and operational initiatives, most notably successfully integrating several new AK Steel Corp. plant locations into the logistics operation, including Rockport, IN; Zanesville and Mansfield, OH; Butler, PA; and more than 120 outside processor locations.

Mr. Schenken earned a B.S. in Business from Robert Morris University.

Jack Goisse
Vice President of Operations

Jack Goisse serves as Vice President of Operations, responsible for company-wide operations, and brings more than 12 years of experience in the transportation industry.

Mr. Goisse began his career in transportation in 1990 as a management trainee at PGT. He joined PLS in 1992 as a logistics coordinator for the Techs, and from 1993 to 1996, he served as Logistics Manager for the Techs. In 1996, he was instrumental in the AK Steel start-up, and was promoted to Director of Operations with responsibility for day-to-day logistics and carrier management.

Mr. Goisse earned a B.S. in Business Administration from Duquesne University.

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