JK Moving names president
David Cox assumes role while Chuck Kuhn remains CEO
Sterling-based moving and storage company JK Moving Services announced Friday it promoted David Cox to president.
Cox will assume responsibility of day-to-day operations, and founder Chuck Kuhn will remain CEO of the company.
“[Cox] is a natural leader, and his industry knowledge, focus on technology and innovation as well as keen business sense have helped our company grow even during the global pandemic,” Kuhn said in a statement. “I will remain firmly involved with the company; however, responsibility for day-to-day operations for both the Residential and Commercial divisions will rest with David.”
Cox served as executive vice president of JK Moving’s residential moving services for five years. He previously held several roles within Suddath Relocation Systems, including senior vice president of quality assurance and reimagination and president of network operations. Prior to joining Suddath Relocation Systems, Cox worked with Graebel Cos. Inc. in several roles, including overseeing operations in Colorado, northern California, Oregon and Washington as regional vice president.
He holds a bachelor’s degree from Carleton College and served two years in the Peace Corps teaching English to students in Albania.
Kuhn founded JK Moving 40 years ago. The United States’ largest independently owned moving company, JK Moving provides local, long distance and global relocation services to commercial, residential and government clients. The company is the American Trucking Association’s Independent Mover of the Year.