Shenandoah Growers hires new COO

Shenandoah Growers announced Cameron Geiger as Chief Operating Officer as the company enters its next phase of transformational growth. Geiger will report to Shenandoah Growers President Phillip Karp and serve on the company's Executive Leadership Team.

Geiger has served in a variety of operational and executive leadership roles at public and private companies focused on automation, innovation, and technology in both the U.S. and abroad. Key roles prior to joining Shenandoah Growers include serving as senior vice president, supply chain services at Walmart U.S. and Chief Information Officer at Walmart International. Geiger is a U.S. Marine Corps veteran and graduate of the U.S. Naval Academy. "I'm excited to join the team at Shenandoah Growers," said Geiger. "I am committed to helping ensure our company is well-positioned to meet demand efficiently and at scale."

Shenandoah Growers has 12 operating facilities including growing, packing, and logistics located nationwide, and currently delivers organic, local produce sold in over 18,000 retail stores every day. The company has developed and implemented a proven, proprietary indoor growing system that delivers fresh organic produce at comparable prices to conventional alternatives for consumers across the country. Additionally, Shenandoah Growers is currently expanding its latest Generation 3 indoor Biofarms, adding an additional 10 million pounds of USDA certified organic production over the next three years for its growing national customer base.

The company also recently announced the expansion of its transportation fleet with 15 new, dual temperature trailers in response to increased demand from its retail partners and customers for its contract LTL services offering. 

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