INDIANAPOLIS — A Parkersburg woman has been named to Langham Logistics of Indiana’s expanded leadership team.
Leah Harris has been appointed Director of Business Development for Life Sciences at Langham, an Indiana-based third-party transportation, warehousing and distribution logistics company.
“Leah is a fantastic addition to the Langham team, and we look forward to leveraging her expertise and strategic mindset to continue to grow and serve our life sciences transportation and distribution business. », said Cathy Langham, CEO of Langham Logistics. “Leah is a customer-focused leader with extensive experience in providing custom solutions to solve cold chain industry challenges.”
Harris has 15 years of experience helping customers and building partnerships in the global pharmaceutical and life sciences market.
She began her career at Caron Products, a pharmaceutical laboratory equipment manufacturer based in Marietta, where she served as Director of Marketing. She spent the last seven years at ELPRO, a Swiss laboratory, warehouse and transport temperature monitoring solutions company, where she held various positions over the years, including product management for innovation, global sales training and channel partner management.
“I have a passion for this industry and its commitment to providing safe and effective medicines, therapies, diagnostics and medical devices to help patients,” said Harris. “Supporting the mission of the life sciences industry requires exceptional supply chain solutions, and Langham Logistics is at the forefront as an incredibly innovative, customer-centric company with a dynamic team ready to meet customer requirements and exceed their expectations. I am delighted to join this group and contribute to the expansion of the company and its continued success.
Harris resides in Parkersburg with her husband, son, and three dogs where she and her family are outdoor enthusiasts, enjoying Mountain State and its world-class outdoor adventures and activities. She will serve Langham’s life sciences business development worldwide.
In addition to leadership growth, Langham Logistics has opened three new warehousing facilities over the past two years in California, Arizona and Indiana. Much of the expansion must align with the company’s life science services growth strategy.