Trac Intermodal chief commercial officer to retire; successor named

After more than four decades, Jim Bowe is retiring as chief commercial officer at TRAC Intermodal, effective March 28. TRAC has named Jake Gilene as his replacement.

Bowe has held senior management roles at the Princeton-based company in customer service, operations and most recently commercial.

Gilene has a proven results-oriented background, with over 15 years of leadership experience at Brambles, a leading supply chain and logistics company that operates in more than 60 countries. In his most recent role, Gilene served as senior vice president of sales and customer service for CHEP, Bramble’s largest operating division.

“To our customers, Jim has been the face of TRAC in North America and around the world for many years, and our organization has greatly benefited from his leadership and the lasting customer relationships he has built during his tenure,” said Daniel Walsh, CEO and president at TRAC Intermodal. “Jake’s well-rounded background in logistics, sales and customer service makes him an ideal choice as our next chief commercial officer. TRAC has a proud history of best-in-class customer relationships, and we are excited to have Jake leading those efforts.”

Bowe will continue to lend his expertise to TRAC in an advisory role for the remainder of 2022.