Modern Transportation Services Promotes Null, Adds Cibula

Pittsburgh-based carrier positions leadership to accommodate impending growth

SEWICKLEY, PA (PRWEB) November 1, 2016

Modern Transportation is enhancing their internal corporate leadership with strategic moves designed to accommodate their significant and further impending growth in the dry bulk and liquid chemical transportation sector.

Jeff Null, previously Modern’s Regional Director of Operations – Western Region has accepted a promotion to Senior Director of Operations. Mr. Null’s new responsibilities will include the day-to-day operation of Modern’s twenty-three terminal network, through the leadership of two Regional Directors of Operations who will report directly to him. Since joining Modern in October 2015 following an accomplished seventeen-year tenure with FedEx Freight, Mr. Null has served from his home state of Texas. His new position will require him to relocate to the greater Pittsburgh area, as he will operate from Modern’s Corporate Office in the northern suburb of Sewickley.

In a related move, Modern has also added Patrick Cibula to assume the position of Regional Director of Operation – Western Region. Reporting directly to Null, Mr. Cibula brings a wealth of dry and liquid bulk transportation experience to his new position. Having begun his career with Schneider in 2005, Mr. Cibula transitions to Modern from Louisiana Tank, where he served as Director of Operations since 2014.

“We’re pleased to announce these leadership enhancements. Both Jeff and Patrick will serve integral roles as we continue to build upon our dry bulk business, while simultaneously and strategically growing our liquid chemical business”, cites Modern’s President, Patrick Cozzens.

Headquartered in suburban Pittsburgh, Modern serves the bulk raw material and chemical logistics needs of numerous clients in a multitude of manufacturing industries. Currently, Modern provides safe and reliable service from twenty-three strategically-located terminal locations throughout the Northeast, Southeast, Midwest, and the South. For more information, please visit