Terry Haber - SVP Solutions Design & Business Development, CEVA Logistics North America 

Terry Haber currently has the role of SVP Solutions Design & Business Development for CEVA Logistics North America. He has overall responsibility for leading the market strategy for contract logistics services in the region, including inbound and outbound warehousing operations, transportation management services, and dedicated fleet operations. Terry’s team includes a large staff of supply chain and logistics engineers, along with a consultative business development team. He has been in this role since 2014.


From 2011-2014, Terry was the VP Technology Sector Leader for CEVA Logistics in Americas Region. In this role, he had responsibility to oversee the development and growth of the technology sector throughout the region, which included leading the design of the overall strategy, direct interface and development of strategic customer accounts, and working to expand the CEVA’s services offerings within the sector.

Terry joined CEVA Logistics (then called TNT Logistics) in 2001, where held a variety of positions over the next ten years in business development, marketing and communications, and corporate strategy.

Before joining CEVA in 2001, Terry was based in Chicago and Atlanta, holding numerous positions in logistical operations, including Director of Operations at Ryder Integrated Logistics where he was responsible for selected automotive operations across the United States. 


Terry has served as president of the Jacksonville Roundtable Chapter of the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals (CSCMP), and he has done some guest speaking for a variety of organizations, including APICS, the University of North Florida, and Boston University. He also has been involved in the Annual MBA Sales Competition, hosted by the business schools of the Ivy League, where he functioned as a competition judge and panelist.


Terry received his Bachelor of Science in Management from the Georgia Institute of Technology in 1992, and he completed a Master of Business Administration at Georgia State University in 1994.