Kearney Klein applies over two decades’ experience and business acumen to optimizing the agriculture supply chain as Vice President of Indigo Transport. For more transparency, efficiency, and reliability in how grain and other harvests are shipped around the country, Kearney leads the business line to address pain points for a variety of stakeholders – including growers, shippers and carriers.

Accustomed to establishing innovative business models for success in the digital-age, Kearney’s experience include Bunge Limited, Air Products, and Marakon. He helped design and implement a global agribusiness organization while at Bunge, including functions and platforms to assess risk. Other areas of focus include growth strategy, organization restructuring, and mergers and acquisitions. Kearney is results-driven and entrepreneurial-minded, positioning those that work for him to outperform their expectations.

A graduate of Northeastern University, where he received BS in industrial engineering, and Vanderbilt University, where he received his MBA in finance and operations, Kearney began his career at General Electric as a quality engineer. On the weekends, you can find him doing everything outdoors with his wife and three children.

"Growers and carriers are up against disproportionate supply chain power from other players in agricultural transit. Indigo Transport restores necessary balance to the industry and offers a window into the future of how all ag logistics will be managed. Price visibility and technology-enabled solutions will benefit both growers’ and carriers’ profitability.  Other shippers stand to benefit from overall improved efficiency in the supply chain and simplicity of the Transport platform."