Buchanan Hauling & Rigging names new COO

By Hannah Sundermeyer09 November 2021

Buchanan Hauling & Rigging has appointed of Rob Rausch as chief operating officer, an expanded leadership position for the company.

Rob Rausch

Rausch joined the team in February as vice president of operations, bringing years of logistics and leadership experience. In this new leadership role, he will focus on long-term growth, while remaining focused on operational excellence in safety and service to BHRI’s customers.

“Rob shares an unwavering commitment to our values in safety, integrity, respect, collaboration and excellence,” said Geary Buchanan, president, Buchanan Hauling & Rigging. “These values and this team are the foundation for Buchanan’s future success. With Buchanan’s steady growth over recent years and the rapidly changing market conditions, there has never been a time of greater demand on the transportation industry. Rob’s leadership will be critical to fulfilling Buchanan’s commitment to safety and service for our customers.”

“I am excited to have this opportunity to lead the Buchanan team during these unprecedented times of industry challenges,” said Rob Rausch, newly appointed chief operating officer. “The Buchanan team of professionals is prepared to step up to confront and fulfill our industry demands with a deep commitment to our values and the customers we serve.”

Buchanan Hauling & Rigging was founded 25 years ago by Geary and Becky Buchanan. Today, it is a full-service logistics company, handling all types of commodities, projects and freight moves throughout the United States, Canada and Mexico.

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