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Our History

Greenfield Logistics was incorporated in October 2000 to provide full-service transportation for the waste industry. Since that time, Greenfield has excelled at the art of logistics. For us, this means working extremely hard behind the scenes to make sure all aspects of transportation come together in a way that appears seamless and simple to our clients. To accomplish this, we own all types of rail and truck transportation equipment, and hold many contracts with Class 1 railroads to provide complete and seamless transportation options.

Greenfield is a small business that is founded on four key values: 1 - Hard Work, 2 - Integrity, 3 - Pursuit of Excellence, and 4 - Creativity. We work extremely hard to provide excellent service. We believe in doing things the right way. We are always striving to improve. We like to think outside the box. This means we are always looking for a more innovative or different approach to accomplish things safer, more efficiently, or for less.

In 2007, Greenfield was purchased by Shane Johanson and Joseph Johanson from Cedar Mountain Environmental. Since that time, Greenfield has consistently grown in size, capabilities, and revenues. However, as a family-owned business, we are built upon our rock-solid belief that Greenfield Logistics is the best option and partner for waste transportation projects. We specialize in identifying problems, solving them, and will utilize all resources available to assist our clients with their project needs.






Employee Biographies

President


Shane Johanson is an owner of Greenfield Logistics and has been the President since January 2007. Shane has over 19 years of experience in the radioactive and hazardous waste industry. Prior to becoming the President and Owner, he served as the Operations Manager for Greenfield. During his time, he has also served as a consultant for the engineering and operations development of Cedar Mountain Environmental, an environmental waste disposal company.

During his years in the waste industry, Shane has worked in a variety of critical roles. Prior to his work at Greenfield, Shane worked for Energy Solutions (previously Envirocare of Utah) for over 10 years and held various positions. These included: Engineering Manager, responsible for expanding the systems and capabilities at the waste disposal facility; Site Manager, responsible for managing the waste storage and disposal facility; and Remediation Project Manager, responsible for directing large field remediation and transportation projects.

Shane has a Bachelors of Science in Civil Engineering and a Masters of Business Administration, both from the University of Utah. He is also a licensed Professional Engineer.

Shane is married, has 6 children and currently lives in Washington, Utah.


Vice President

Joseph Johanson is also an owner of Greenfield and has been working as the VP of Sales and Marketing since 2007. During that time, he has been involved in marketing strategies and the development of new proposals. These efforts have contributed to Greenfield's growth of more than 300% since he and Shane purchased the company.

Before entering the radioactive and hazardous waste transportation business, Joseph owned and managed a Real Estate Development Company, purchasing and developing residential and commercial property. His duties included real estate sales, marketing, property management, and accounting. At the same time, he also owned and managed a Mortgage Lending Company and led a sales staff for more than 5 years.

Joseph is married with 3 children and lives in Draper, Utah.


Operations Manager

Dave Pitt is Greenfield's Operations Manager. With over 20 years experience in the hazardous and radioactive industries, Dave has worked for Greenfield Logistics for 5 years-functioning initially as the Proposal Manager and later becoming the Operations Manager. Dave has been working in the environmental transportation industry for 10 years and has extensive experience in packaging, rail and truck transportation, ranging from the shipment of a single drum to entire unit trains.

Prior to entering the transportation world, Dave worked for a short period in the mining industry for a small industrial minerals company in New Mexico. Here, he served as the Quality, Safety and Environmental Manager.

His experience with hazardous and radioactive industry began in 1988 in the construction of hazardous waste landfills for the leading environmental disposal company at the time. Dave expanded into the engineering department and quality assurance for hazardous waste disposal facilities, then later into radioactive disposal facilities.

Dave is married and lives in Grantsville, Utah. Dave has 4 children and 3 grandchildren.

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