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Fraine to lead USPS business and commercial initiatives

The longtime logistics executive will report to the PMG

A headshot of Bill Fraine wearing a blue jacket and red tie
Bill Fraine, the Postal Service’s business and commercial initiatives vice president

Bill Fraine was appointed the Postal Service’s business and commercial initiatives vice president, effective May 4. He reports to Postmaster General Louis DeJoy.

Fraine is responsible for the creation of the organization’s commercial strategy and for aligning it with network transformation changes.

“Bill brings extensive sales, operations and business development experience to this position, which will guide how we sell and integrate innovative solutions into our new transportation and processing network,” DeJoy wrote in a memo announcing the appointment.

Most recently, Fraine served as chief commercial officer at GXO Logistics.

Previously, he held several leadership positions at XPO Logistics, including division president of the Americas and Asia, as well as executive vice president and chief operating officer, where he was responsible for new product development and key customer growth.

He also served as senior vice president of business development and was responsible for driving revenue growth for XPO Logistics. 

Fraine started his career as a front-line employee in customer service, sales and operations at FedEx. He spent more than 20 years there in a variety of leadership roles, including senior vice president of sales.