Charles Randolph is president and chief executive officer of Randolph Trucking, LLC, overseeing all aspects of sales, operations, and strategic growth for the company. His leadership is based on a solid knowledge and understanding of the trucking business from the ground-up, acquired through four decades of hands-on experience.
Prior to assuming his current role, Charles led the company as vice president of operations from 1994 to 2004-a period of tremendous growth and prosperity that generated a three-fold increase in gross revenue. During this time, he initiated the development of a new office and maintenance facility in Gaffney, SC, where the company is now headquartered.
Prior roles include 11 years as director of maintenance and 10 years as manager of the Pacolet, SC, facility, a position he assumed after starting his career with the company as a dump truck driver. Charles attended North Greenville Junior College and later served in the transportation company of the South Carolina Army National Guard from 1962-1972.
Charles is an active member of the Gaffney community, having held positions on the Board of the Boys and Girls Club of Cherokee County as well as various committees at his church. He is a full scholarship donor to the University of South Carolina, and a supporter of Limestone College in Gaffney and Wofford College in Spartanburg, SC. He belongs to Friends of the Library in both Cherokee and Spartanburg Counties.
Ronnie Humphries is chief operating officer for Randolph Trucking, LLC, directing all sales, dispatch, and maintenance functions for the division from the Gaffney office since 1997. Ronnie's role is a natural progression from his previous role as sales manager, a position he held from 1990 until taking on the additional responsibilities of his current role. He began his career with the company in 1988 at its former maintenance facility in Grover and held this position for just a year before being promoted to a role in billing and payroll.
Ronnie attended Gaston College and Lenoir Rhyne colleges, the latter while he began working for J. Grady Randolph. Both his tenure and his dedication to customer service and support are assets to the company.