QCS Logistics Announces New President, Promotions To Executive Management Team
NEW ORLEANS — QCS Logistics, one of the region’s premier courier and logistics companies, has named Jason G. Burns, Sr. as its new President. Jason joined the company in 2007 as Vice President of Business Development.
Current President and CEO, Ronald V. Burns, Sr. will transition to CEO and Chairman of the Board of Directors. Ronald Burns, QCS Logistics founder, has grown the company into one of the largest courier companies in Louisiana and an Inc. 5000 “Fastest Growing Private Company for the past three years,” company reps said. Today, QCS Logistics has a staff of 19 and more than 75 drivers, manages two warehouses and completes more than 1,000 deliveries a day.
Warmoth G. Guillaume, who serves as Vice President and General Manager, will assume the role of Chief Operating Officer. Guillaume joined QCS Logistics, as a partner in 2004, having worked 26 years at United Parcel Services. He will be responsible for oversight of the company’s operational plans, policies and initiatives. Guillaume is excited about the new direction in leadership, stating, “I am confident that we will continue to expand our footprint within the region with our dedicated and experienced employees as a key element of that growth and the company’s success.”
David Domingue will be promoted to the position of General Manager, having served as Operations Manager since 2012. In his new capacity, he will assume management of the company’s day-to-day operations, including its warehouse operations.
Jason G. Burns, Sr. serves as treasurer of the Customized Logistics & Delivery Association (CLDA), the industry’s leading trade association, and serves as Treasurer and chairs its Membership Committee. He was recently re-elected as an executive board member during the organization’s annual conference.
“Jason has done an outstanding job of guiding our company through a remarkable growth period and has helped drive QCS Logistics’ adoption of innovative technology and expansion into different vertical markets and service offerings,” Chairman Burns said. “Jason brings an innovative approach, national industry leadership and a forward-looking vision at a time of dynamic changes in the logistics industry. We are excited about the future and confident in the strength of QCS Logistics’ leadership team.”
Jason Burns, who joined the Customized Logistics & Delivery Association’s Board of Directors in 2011, said he is excited and proud to take on the mantle as QCS Logistics President.
“I am truly honored and humbled to be entrusted as President of QCS Logistics,” he said. “This has been a dream of mine since I made my first delivery as a five-year-old alongside my father. Throughout QCS Logistics’ 33-year history, our core values of integrity, excellent service and community involvement have enabled us to become one of the leading last-mile providers in the region. My vision is to work together with our management team and dedicated employees to build upon this proud history by creating innovative and value-added logistics solutions for our evolving customer base.”
In addition to his leadership role with the CLDA, Jason Burns serves as a current board member for the Urban League of Louisiana. He also was selected to participate in the nationally recognized Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses program, the Ortique Leadership Institute, the inaugural class of Xavier University’s Norman C. Francis Leadership Institute and the 2013 Aspen Institute Action Forum.
Jason Burns graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Communication Studies from Vanderbilt University in Nashville, TN., where he was a three-year letterman as a wide receiver on the varsity football team and the recipient of the 2006 Dedication Award.
Ronald V. Burns, Sr.
Warmoth G. Guillaume