When people are successful in their lives, it is not uncommon that they are asked how they did it. Perry Mandera has had a successful career in transportation and logistics at The Custom Companies and a lot can be learned from him. His company is based out of Chicago and is an international leader in transportation. Not only has his desire to achieve success driven Perry Mandera, but also his passion for helping others. In order to be able to do his best in life, he makes sure that his personal and business lives are balanced.
When Perry Mandera was serving the United States as a Marine, he was introduced to the world of logistics and transportation. He was responsible for making sure the right supplies got to the troops that needed them and that the troops were able to be where they needed to be. It was a lot of responsibility, but he was able to learn just how important logistics are to the world. When he left his life in the military, Perry Mandera still had the drive to be able to serve others. This is why he served in Chicago as a Republican Warn Committeeman. When he was elected to this 4-year position, he was the youngest person to ever serve in it. He founded his business, The Custom Companies back in 1986 and has been thriving as an entrepreneur ever since.
While he was serving in the military and public office, Perry Mandera learned just how important customer service is to any business. In the military, he also had the opportunity to learn how to operate heavy commercial vehicles which gave him an interesting insight into logistics. When Perry Mandera founded the Custom Companies, they only had 2 trucks. Now the company operates and coordinates thousands of vehicles. In his business, he insists on getting things done the first time and getting them done right. This keeps their costs downs and it also makes his customers happy as they are able to get what they are needing to be shipped where it needs to be safely and on time.
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