Myers ContainerMyers Container’s commitment to continuous improvement helped the company reach the 100-year mark.

By Jim Harris

Most family businesses have a clear line of succession, with each generation taking over seamlessly from the one before it. For Myers Container, however, keeping the company going for a century has required a major commitment and investment from the past two generations of its family owners.

 TrackmobileTrackmobile unveils new technology and products to the railcar mover industry.

By Kat Zeman

With product names like Viking, Hercules and Titan, Trackmobile has reigned in the railcar mover industry for more than 65 years. Its success has been partially driven by the company’s forward-thinking attitude and ability to cultivate an environment of continual innovation to stay ahead of the curve as the market changes and grows.


COFC LogisticsCOFC Logistics is preparing for growth by investing in innovative technology and building key relationships.

By Bianca Herron

Garry Old founded COFC Logistics in 2011 as an independent supplier of intermodal equipment and service. Specializing in 53-foot intermodal containers, the Holland, Ohio-based company has more than 70 lanes of service throughout the United States and Mexico serving intermodal marketing companies (IMCs), third-party logistics providers (3PLs), brokers, freight forwarders, and trucking companies.

Dreisbach Enterprises

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Dreisbach Enterprises aims to facilitate perishable food imports and exports with Cool Port Oakland.

By Bianca Herron

Dreisbach Enterprises Inc. is a third-generation family business with more than a half-century of experience managing fresh, chilled and frozen food warehousing and distribution. The Oakland, Calif.-based company prides itself on offering a flexible menu of services to meet its customers’ individual needs, including blast freezing, cross-docking and transloading, as well as import and export services.

Duluth Cargo ConnectInvestments made to the Port of Duluth-Superior inspired the development of Duluth Cargo Connect and its continued growth.

By Janice Hoppe-Spiers

Port of Duluth-Superior is the No. 1 port by tonnage on the Great Lakes, ranks 22nd in the country for total waterborne commerce and serves as mid-America’s gateway to global trade. There are currently 20 bulk cargo docks in the port plus one general cargo terminal. Owned by the Duluth Seaway Port Authority, that facility – the Clure Public Marine Terminal – has been operated by Lake Superior Warehousing (LSW) since 1991. Together the two entities form Duluth Cargo Connect.

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