A Brief Look at Perry Mandera, CEO of Custom Companies, Inc

Perry Mandera is the founder and CEO of Custom Companies, Inc. He has a long and diverse background in the field of transportation and logistics dating back to 1976 (https://perrymandera.weebly.com/). This gives Perry Mandera over forty years of experience in this field and makes him especially adept and knowing and delivering to the needs of his customers in Illinois and around the country. During his time in the Marines, Perry Mandera got his first exposure to the transportation field when he was placed in charge of transporting troops and supplies. Even though this may have influenced his chosen career path he most fondly remembers the bonds that he formed with his fellow Marines.

Even after serving Perry Mandera continued to serve others. In 1984, he ran for and was elected as the Republican Ward Committeeman for the 26th ward in Chicago. When elected he was the youngest Republican Ward Committeeman to ever hold this position. He continues to serve even now doing his best to help those less fortunate than him. Perry Mandera places special interest in helping children through financial donations as well as assisting with transportation services and clothing. He also makes special assistance to people in need that are nominated by his employees. Perry Mandera pays special attention to assisting these people during the stressful times of the holidays.

Perry Mandera is as devoted to business as he is to his charitable work. His renown is so great that he was named one of the “Top 100 American Transportation Executives of the Millennium” by the Illinois Transportation Association in 2000. Parry Mandera is always pushing for better and more robust solutions to transportation needs. His company employees several in-house programmers dedicated to developing more customized software to uniquely meet the needs of all his customers. This allows Custom Companies, Inc to always operate at full capacity to make sure they are most optimally achieving every goal set before them.


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