Dave Burns


As the founder and CEO of Enlinx, Dave ensures the company has the people, processes and service lines to solidify its position as the best 3PL warehouse and supply chain management group in the Western United States. But what does that ultimately mean to Enlinx customers?

“Our customers are our top priority, and I never lose sight of that,” Dave says. “We are driven to improve their experience day-in and day-out and constantly look for new ways to bring value to their company.”

Dave’s depth of knowledge in the warehousing industry began in 1988 when he launched Carter Distributing. Carter grew to be the largest wholesale supplier of RV products in the mountain states, with locations in Salt Lake City and Denver. He served on the board of RVAA, and led the charge for information standards to increase efficiency in the RV supply chain. Carter was sold in 2010 to a national RV parts distribution company.

“I understand the pressures that are placed on companies to have a smooth and efficient supply chain experience, because I’ve been there myself,” Dave says. “So when we consider offering a new 3PL service or making changes to our operations, the first question I ask is, ‘How will this benefit our customers? Will this help them achieve their goals and improve their experience?’ Because ultimately, Enlinx succeeds only when our customers do.”

When not at Enlinx, Dave enjoys spending time with his family exploring the great outdoors. He is an avid Jeep enthusiast and enjoys ATV’s, motorcycles and diving.

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"Enlinx has provided us with the security of knowing our inventory is in good hands and our orders will ship accurately and on time. Working with an organized, efficiently run 3PL has saved us money and improved our customer experience. We have experienced dramatic growth since partnering with Enlinx, and they haven't missed a beat!"

Operations Manager Hunting & Outdoor Gear Client


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