UniGroup Announces Resignation of President & CEO Marc Rogers

ST. LOUIS (Sept. 30, 2021) – UniGroup, the parent company of United Van Lines, Mayflower Transit and other transportation related companies, announced today Marc Rogers, president and CEO, has resigned to pursue other opportunities. His resignation is effective immediately. UniGroup’s Board of Directors will begin a search to name Rogers’ permanent replacement.

Jason Mills has been named as interim president and CEO. Mills will work in close partnership with Charles McDaniel, Chairman of UniGroup’s Board, and the executive leadership team to deliver on the Company’s strategic plan. Mills is a trusted leader who has been with UniGroup for nearly 13 years, taking on increasing responsibilities throughout the organization including leading several business units. Prior to Rogers’ resignation, Mills had been tapped to serve in an expanded role as Chief Operating Officer. Mills held previous leadership roles at Spectrum Brands, Bayer and The Coca-Cola Company.

“Marc established a strong leadership team and focused his attention on innovation and delivering an improved customer experience,” McDaniel said. “We appreciate his leadership and wish him the best in his future endeavors. In the interim, I look forward to working closely with Jason to continue moving our organization forward.”

About UniGroup

UniGroup is a $1.4 billion transportation and relocation services company with headquarters in suburban St. Louis. In addition to household goods carriers United Van Lines and Mayflower Transit, logistics company UniGroup Logistics, and international relocation provider UniGroup Worldwide Moving, UniGroup owns other subsidiaries providing goods and services to professional movers. Visit www.unigroup.com for more information. 

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Eily Cummings