The transportation industry requires dedicated people who are ready to learn various functions in the industry. When well-handled the industry is among the most lucrative sectors. Perry Mandera took time to learn various concepts and turned them in a flourishing transport company. Besides doing business, the ex Us Marine is a philanthropist.
The shining beacon in business graduated from Chicago high school in 1975. After graduating he joined US Marine Corps reserves. In the service, he learned special skills which would later help him set up his company. He learned to manage shipping services and how to drive a truck. After proving to be an industrious man, Perry Mandera was given an honourable discharge. He decided to return to his civilian life in Chicago.
After the discharge, he worked with several transportation companies in Chicago and later started his company in 1980. He sold the company five years later and submerged himself in politics. He showcased his interest in politics and vied for the Republican ward committeeman for the 26th ward. He won the elections and served for a four-year term. In 1986, Perry founded the Custom Cares Company, Inc. The company headquartered in Northlake, Illinois, employs hundreds of people. Custom cares provide transportation services to all sizes of organizations. The company offers a wide range of logistic services such as local cartage, contract cartage, truckload and LTL services and International Air Freight Forwarding services.
Due to his flawless performance in the transportation industry, he has received a couple of awards. Recently the trucking association known as Perry Mandera was recognized in the “Top 100 American transportation services in the millennium”. Perry is a member of the board of directors in the organization.
Perry Mandera has also been celebrated for his efforts in donating his money and time to several charitable activities. He also takes care charitable organizations. Mostly he donates thousands of dollars to causes that seek to help the youth and people suffering from cancer. His popular noble act was donating 6500 coats to impoverished children in Chicago. He went forth to provide transportation services to less privileged.
During the tornado in Washington, Illinois, the custom care through the welfare department donated supplies to those who were affected by the storm. The company also offered logistics services to transport the supplies.
More about Mandera´s philantropic projects at https://interview.net/perry-mandera/