The recent acquisition of Trinity Logistics by Burris Logistics in April, offers Trinity customers greater service options with more end-to-end supply chain solutions. This also translates to an increased need for more offices and staff.
Since joining together three months ago, Trinity has onboarded offices in Des Moines, Iowa; Orlando, Florida; and is preparing to onboard an office in Elkton, Maryland. Momentum will continue as the 3PL expects to add three to four more offices in the next few years to keep up with the demand.
“Trinity and Burris share the idea of ‘stronger together’ offering customers a full supply chain solution with increased buying power, scale, and advancement in supply chain technology,” said Nick Falk, President of Trinity Logistics. “We are fiercely independent and our culture is one of the reasons why staff love it here. We won’t lose that, but we need good people to help us grow.”
By combining a Top 20 3PL with the 6th largest cold storage supplier in North America, Burris and Trinity employ over 2,000 team members and manage 21 offices. Trinity also operates one of the most robust and respected Independent Freight Agency programs in the country.
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