• Inland Distribution
  • September 25- 27, 2023 | The Westin Chicago River North

Spencer Frazier

J.B. Hunt Transport Services

Executive Vice President-Sales and Marketing

Spencer Frazier is Executive Vice President of Sales and Marketing for J.B. Hunt Transport Services, Inc. In his role, Spencer is responsible for establishing J.B. Hunt’s commercial growth strategy enabled by the company’s investments in people, technology and capacity. He leads an integrated team of sales, marketing, customer experience, and international professionals focused on creating and delivering value for J.B. Hunt’s customers.

Spencer joined J.B. Hunt in 1992 and has worked in various strategic, operational, and sales leadership positions in the Truckload, Intermodal, Dedicated and Integrated Capacity Solutions business units. Before assuming his current role, Spencer was Senior Vice President of Sales where he was responsible for sales enablement, strategic planning, talent management, business development and the performance of J.B. Hunt’s sales organization.

Spencer lives in Springdale, Arkansas with his wife of 28 years, Teresa, and their children Sydney, Kennedy, and Rhett. He also serves as a board member for the Northwest Arkansas chapter of the American Red Cross and the University of Arkansas Supply Chain Management Research Center.

A graduate of Iowa State University, Spencer holds a bachelor’s degree in transportation and logistics management.

Sessions With Spencer Frazier

Tuesday, 26 September

  • 02:15pm - 02:45pm (CST) / 26/sep/2023 07:15 pm - 26/sep/2023 07:45 pm

    Catching the Rebound — How Domestic Intermodal Is Addressing Service for the Next Surge

    In the first quarter Journal of Commerce Intermodal Service Scorecard, most customers were satisfied with their transportation partners in 2023. More than eight out of every 10 shippers were somewhat or very satisfied with intermodal providers such as Hub Group, J.B. Hunt, Schneider National, STG Logistics, and Swift Intermodal. Seven out of every 10 intermodal providers said service from the North American Class I railroads was heading in the right direction. But many survey respondents also were concerned that better service is a symptom of weak volume and are skeptical that service will be better when demand rebounds. This session will analyze the latest data on train speeds and on-time performance, and how operations and sales representatives can work together to maintain strong relationships with customers, even during times of disruption.