Oler Relo Group is pleased to announce that Jesse Frandsen has been named General Manager of the company’s Corpus Christi operations. Frandsen, who joined Oler Relo in January 2016, previously held the position of Vice President, Global Supply Chain.
As General Manager, Frandsen will be responsible for the day-to-day leadership of the Oler Relo Corpus Christi branch. Upholding Oler Relo’s ongoing commitment to its customers, Frandsen will ensure the consistent delivery of excellent customer experiences. In addition, he will focus on the hiring and development of outstanding new team members, increasing company revenue and profit margins, expanding the company’s market share, strengthening awareness of the Oler Relo brand in the Corpus Christi market, and supporting local charity organizations and civic programs.
The Corpus Christi region is experiencing considerable economic growth and commercial expansion. This is an ideal time for Oler Relo to move forward with further investment in its presence in this market. Additionally, this will better enable Oler Relo to meet the needs of its corporate and private customers, as well as its network of United Van Lines and Mayflower partners.
“We are excited about what the future holds for Jesse and his family in Corpus Christi,” said Blake Oler, Vice President and General Manager of Oler Relo. “His strong focus on quality, combined with his years of leadership will be essential to the growth of Oler Relo Corpus Christi, and position us as the dominant moving and storage company in that market, and the surrounding South Texas areas.”
Oler Relo’s intent is to establish a best-in-class household goods and commercial projects services offering along the Gulf Coast, with operations spanning from Corpus Christi, to Houston, and to New Orleans under a single brand: Oler Relo Group.
On his new role, Frandsen said, “Taking on the leadership role for the Corpus Christi service center will mean a fresh approach to day-to-day execution of operations, enhanced focus on internal and external customer needs and expectations, as well as an injection of additional energy into a branch with significant growth potential.”