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KTG Blog: Eugenia Churilov named KTG Director of Safety and Compliance

Eugenia Churilov named KTG Director of Safety and Compliance

 

 

Eugenia Churilov has joined the Kriska Transportation Group (KTG) as our new Director of Safety and Compliance. She brings over 20 years of experience to our team of Transportation professionals. We welcome her leadership, guidance and management across our group of operating companies.

Senior Vice President, David Tumber remarked, “Eugenia brings a wealth of knowledge of Safety and Compliance to KTG. Her experience with national carriers and multi-company groups will bring all our companies together under a single standard.”

“I’m excited to be at KTG” says Churilov, “it’s a family of companies with a strong culture of safety.”

Eugenia has built a career in Transportation Safety and Compliance. Before joining KTG, she managed transportation compliance at Walmart Canada. Previously, she managed Safety and Compliance at Calyx Transportation Group by overseeing six operating companies that included trucking, warehousing, distribution centres, freight brokerage and freight forwarding. She also brings a strong operational background from her decade as the owner of M&M Transportation, a fifty unit fleet that ran into the US East Coast.

Eugenia’s mandate at KTG is to bring standardization and consistency to how we view and control safety and compliance throughout our growing group of companies.

“KTG’s carriers maintain excellent CVOR ratings,” said Eugenia, “I’m looking forward to working with each to share best practices in training and maintenance as we aim to be the safest group on the road.”

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