Decades of Experience

Uncommon Carrier was founded in 1981 with the vision of providing carrier services that were uncommonly a step above what other service providers were offering. Through strong leadership and a commitment to service excellence, we have become a leading provider of transportation, warehousing and logistic services in the New York / New Jersey metro area. Our leadership team brings decades of experience and success to all of our customers.

Tim Shea, Founder and President

Tim Shea, President of Uncommon Carrier has been in the logistics and transportation industry his entire adult life. Tim started Uncommon Carrier, Inc. over 36 years ago with a 1968 Mack Straight Truck he purchased from Barnes & Noble, hauling books and spices into New York City. Incorporated in 1981, Uncommon Carrier has grown into a full-service transportation and warehousing company.  Uncommon Carrier invested heavily in specialized equipment leading to becoming a specialist in the Import/Export overweight market. Tim is constantly striving to provide employee satisfaction and exceed the expectations of our customers.

In 2003 Tim started Uncommon Logistics, a non-asset based logistics provider, to better service his customers with designed Logistic Solutions. UCL provides service to its customers throughout the US and Canada.

Tim possesses a unique range of skills and experience delivering best practices and leadership to a wide variety of customers and organizations.

Troy Mason, Chief Operating Officer

Troy Mason - Chief operating Officer

Troy Mason is a leader in the Supply Chain Engineering & Logistics, with over 25 years in manufacturing arena, focusing upon logistics, material planning, equipment solution design, facility optimization, quality control, production planning, and lean manufacturing (JIT), kitting, sequencing, and subassembly.

Throughout his career, Troy has gained extensive knowledge in the areas of consumer goods distribution for health and beauty products, pharmaceuticals, fashion apparel, automotive & rail car assembly, as well as general warehouse and value added services, both as a tier one supplier, and as a manager of third party service providers. He has worked for AEL-SPAN, Walker International Transportation, General Motors, Innovative Logistics Group, Owens Corning Fiberglass, and Henderson Industries.

Throughout his career he has designed simple solutions to complex logistics problems in support of customers such as:

The U.S. military, General Motors, Ford Motor Company, FCA/Chrysler, Lear Corporation, Toyota Motors, Cummins Engine, Bombardier, Johnson and Johnson, L’Oréal, KIKO cosmetics, Masland Industries, Lydall Inc., Knoll, Industrial Acoustics, ABB Traction, and Whirlpool.

In his role with Uncommon Logistics, Troy is utilizing his diverse background and proven hands on know-how of the facility design, process improvement, and program implementation of complex out-sourced logistics programs to position Uncommon as a premier logistics provider. Troy is married to his wife Linda of 25 years, has two sons, and is a devoted Pittsburgh Steelers fan.

Frank Scollo, Vice President of Transportation

Frank Scollo - Vice President of Transportation

Frank Scollo is Vice President of Transportation at Uncommon Carrier & Uncommon Logistics where he is responsible for all aspects of transportation including customer service, driver onboarding and retention and fleet management.

Frank brings an extensive background with over 20 years of experience in the logistics and transportation industry.  From terminal operations to intermodal and drayage experience, Frank has been responsible for developing and managing operational and administrative infrastructures to support profitable growth. Frank has been successful if implementing continuous improvements in operational, administrative, quality and safety standards. Frank also has an excellent track record in building and developing customer relationships.

Prior to joining the Uncommon Carrier team, Frank has held executive positions at GCT USA and PFSL Logistics.