MORTON, IL, May 3, 2018 – Transport Topics announced last week that G&D Integrated ranks number 28 on its Top 50 dedicated contract carrier list for 2018. The “Top 50 Logistics Companies” lists are ranked based on net revenue for the most recent 12-month period. The list also features a breakdown of the top freight brokerage firms, air and ocean freight forwarders, warehouse operators, and dedicated contract carriage service providers in the United States and Canada.
G&D Integrated has experienced many significant events in the past year to fuel continued growth in its transportation sector. In recent months, the company has been active in the acquisition market with the purchase of the tanker business of Bell Enterprises, Inc. In addition, G&D has experienced growth and expansion in the Southeast region of the country, continues to focus on equipment upgrades, and has actively recruited additional drivers. “This has been a very exciting time for our transportation business,” said Jeff Cohen, executive vice president of transportation at G&D Integrated. “We have added major new customers, expanded our service offerings, and see tremendous opportunities in our future as a dedicated contract carrier.”
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About G&D Integrated
G&D Integrated is a provider of transportation and logistics services and has over 100 years of experience advancing innovative global supply chain solutions. Headquartered in Morton, IL, the company provides domestic transportation, freight brokerage, contract logistics, and supply chain services to a variety of industries with 1,000 employees at over 20 facilities across North America. For more information, visit www.gdintegrated.com.
About Transport Topics
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