John Williams joined Contractor Transport in January 2021 as Chief Operating Officer, responsible for the global operations of the company and brings more than 28 years of leadership experience to CT. This experience has helped streamline the processes of the business which was important with the rapid growth of the business. Since joining the CT team, the company has successfully diversified its business model to drive profitability while improving upon all safety and DOT metrics. He and his team have successfully executed on multiple, long term and diversified opportunities in addition to the ramp up of our Field Services Division. Additionally, he and his team ramped up operations in Lakeland, FL focusing on transportation logistics for multiple clients which has seen continuous growth and the need for additional asset deployments. Mr. Williams has been promoted to President of Contractor Transport, effective May 2022. Prior to joining CT, John spent 8 years with Stallion Oilfield Services, the global leader of integrated solutions, expert logistics, and smart technology. As Division Manager with Stallion, he and his team lead the Appalachian Basin in market share which paved the way for two successful acquisitions which drove and improved revenue, profitability, and diversification. In addition, John led his team with the launch of StallionRents which was vital to providing Covid-19 mobile housing relief to colleges, universities and other private sector businesses. Prior to entering the oil and gas industry, John spent 9 years in Aviation Management where he was the Operational Control Manager responsible for 116 rotorcraft, 2 Learjets, and 4 KingAir aircraft - domestic and international operations.
Chief Operating Officer
Lew Cessna has spent the entirety of his professional career in the Oil and Gas sector. Mr. Cessna obtained a Bachelor’s degree in Safety Sciences from the Indiana University of Pennsylvania and started his career with a small service company in 2004. He thrived in the challenging environment of a growing company and evolved with the organization transitioning from various HSE roles to Operational Management. Mr. Cessna successfully held multiple Operational Management roles starting as a Field Manager, being promoted to District Manager, followed by another promotion to Regional Manager within the same organization. Mr. Cessna began his career with Contractor Transport in 2020 as a Corporate Safety Officer and was promoted to Chief Operating Officer in May of 2022. In this position, Mr. Cessna oversees the operations of the organization with a focus on delivering excellent service quality in a safe, efficient and environmentally sound fashion while maximizing profitability for the company and providing customers with a fair market price.
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