- Grammer is a hazardous materials transportation and logistics firm
- Grammer has more than 20 facilities strategically located near major chemical production hubs across the US
- Stellex Capital has over $2.6 billion in assets under management
Grammer Logistics, which is backed by Stellex Capital Management LLC and Mill Rock Capital, has named Scott Dobak as CEO. Also, Dobak will join Grammer’s board of directors.
Grammer is a hazardous materials transportation and logistics firm.
Dobak joins Grammer from Hufcor, Inc., an industrial manufacturing company, where he held the position of CEO. Prior to that, he was president and CEO of Dicom Transportation. Dobak was also president at Roadrunner Transportation. He began his career at Yellow Corporation (formerly known as YRC Worldwide), departing as vice president of corporate sales.
“Throughout his career in the logistics industry, Scott has always prioritized building customer-centric organizations focused on delivering best-in-class solutions,” said Michael Wysocki, chairman of Grammer Logistics, in a statement. “He recognizes Grammer’s unique value proposition, culture of safety, and operational excellence.”
Grammer has more than 20 facilities strategically located near major chemical production hubs across the United States, including 350 tractors, 850 specialty trailers and over 500 drivers and owner-operators serving over 500 diverse shippers across the Ammonia, LP Gas, Nitric Acid, NGLs, and General Chemical markets.
With offices in New York, Detroit, Pittsburgh, and London, Stellex Capital has over $2.6 billion in assets under management. Sectors of particular focus include specialty manufacturing, industrial and business services, aerospace & defense, automotive, government services, transportation, logistics and food.
Mill Rock Capital invests in middle market industrial businesses in North America. Mill Rock was founded by Christopher Whalen and Adi Pekmezovic. Focus sectors include chemicals, materials and packaging; industrial distribution; services; metals and engineered materials; transportation and logistics; and specialty manufacturing and industrial technology.