CAMBRIDGE CITY, Ind. - Dot Foods, the nation's largest food industry redistributor, is proud to announce the promotion of Kris Bergan to director of warehousing at the company's Indiana distribution center in Cambridge City. Indiana General Manager Randy Templin made the announcement.

"Kris was the perfect person to take over leadership of our warehouse," Templin said of Bergan, who has been with Dot for nearly five years. "He brings a lot of experience to the position, and our team will benefit from his knowledge of our operations."

Bergan came to Dot Foods from UPS in 2010 as a night shift supervisor in the Indiana warehouse. In 2011 he moved into a day shift supervisor role, before being promoted to assistant director of warehousing in 2013. Bergan took over as director of warehousing in November 2014 where he oversees hiring and manages production. He is also spearheading an effort to improve communication and enhance the relationship between the operations and transportation facets of the business in Indiana.

"I look forward to this opportunity to help drive change in Indiana and be more involved in every aspect of the business," Bergan said. "I really enjoy that my new role allows me to work with the entire warehouse and develop more relationships with this talented team."

Bergan earned a bachelor's degree in marketing from Ball State University with an emphasis in supply chain logistics. He and his wife Kathy live in Eldorado, Ohio, with their three sons.

About Dot Foods
Dot Foods Inc. carries 110,000 products from 650 food industry manufacturers making it the largest food industry redistributor in the United States. Through Dot Transportation Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Dot Foods, the company distributes foodservice, convenience, retail and vending products to distributors in all 50 states. Dot Foods operates nine distribution centers, which are located in Modesto, California; Vidalia, Georgia; Burley, Idaho; Mt. Sterling, Illinois; Cambridge City, Indiana; Williamsport, Maryland; Liverpool, New York; Ardmore, Oklahoma; and Dyersburg, Tennessee. For information, visit

Dot Foods and Dot Transportation continue to experience exceptional growth. Both companies are looking to fill several positions for full and part-time drivers and warehouse personnel in all locations nationwide. To learn more about careers at Dot Foods visit and follow @DotFoodsCareers.