President and Chief Operating Officer
Patrick Page, a Savannah native, is the President, Chief Operating Officer and a shareholder of Page International. He joined Page International as Sales Manager after graduating with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics from the University of Georgia. In addition to his internship with the Georgia Ports Authority, at both the Garden City Terminal and Ocean Terminal, Patrick also interned with the Stevedoring Services of America, working with the physical loading and unloading of containerized, breakbulk, RO/RO and general cargo vessels calling the port of Savannah.
Patrick opened the Atlanta branch of Page International to establish a physical presence at the southeast's largest gateway, generate new sales growth and initiate the company's expansion to offering IATA air export services. He is a licensed United States Customs Broker.
After relocating full-time to the Savannah office, his primary responsibilities focus on sustaining the development of all operations conducted by Page International including international logistics services, U.S. customs services, administration, human resources, sales, and finance.
Patrick holds a Masters of Science in international logistics and supply chain strategy from Georgia Tech.
Patrick also serves as Vice-President of Kearney Page Warehouse Services, a joint-venture warehousing company in Savannah, GA.
Patrick is married to his wife, Fallon and together they have one son, Landon.
Conference Session 3: Role of 3PL's in Supply Chain
Tuesday, 26 September, 2017
Third-party logistics companies play an important and growing role in the forest products logistics industry. This panel will discuss how are their services evolving, the level of specialization they offer, what shippers like and don’t like about working with 3PL’s, and what we can expect to see from 3PL’s in the future.