Logistics company owner dies suddenly

David Kiebach, the co-founder and principle of MD Logistics in Plainfield, died of a heart attack yesterday prior to leaving for work.

Kiebach, 47, started MD Logistics and MC Express in 1996. He launched a strategic partnership with SEKO Worldwide in 2002 and then MD Packaging Services a year later.

MD Logistics ranked 8th among logistics providers in IBJ’s 2007 Book of Lists. It had 120 employees and generated $31 million in 2006 revenue. The company provides contract warehousing and inventory management among other services.

In a statement, Kiebach’s business partner, Mark Sell, said MD Logistics would continue to serve its clients.

Kiebach is survived by his wife, Diana, a daughter, MacKenzie, and a son, Sean.

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