ADCOM 2Adcom’s Washington, D.C., and Pittsburgh offices offer personalized freight forwarding service to a wide range of clients.

By Jim Harris

Stolen trucks. Large racks of expensive computer server and other equipment accidently falling off the backs of trailers. Bonnie Knoedler has faced a number of challenges during her more than 30 years with freight forwarding agency Adcom Worldwide, but the companies directly impacted by these crises “are still customers of ours today,” she says.

Best LogisticsBest Logistics Group is flexible and responsive to its clients’ needs.

By Alan Dorich

Best Logistics Group is not a company that is rigid in its ways. “We have a very special culture that drives our employees to always grow and become better,” Director of Fleet Maintenance Stacy Earnhardt says, noting that the firm is flexible in its services. “We are very nimble and can maneuver as our customers require, quickly.”

VeneziaVenezia Bulk Transport utilizes technology throughout its operations to maintain customer satisfaction and streamline its processes.

By Bianca Herron

Venezia Bulk Transport Inc. was founded as a specialized niche bulk carrier by a father and son duo – Joseph and Frank Venezia – with one principle in mind: that a trucking company should work hard to provide reliable service to its customers.

PurolatorDelivering to over 850,000 postal codes across Canada, Purolator is always looking for ways to continue to enhance the customer experience.

By Chris Petersen

If a package needs to be shipped within, to or from Canada, there is a good chance that Purolator will deliver it. The company delivers to more points in Canada than any competitor, and is one of Canada’s leading integrated freight, package and logistics solutions providers.

 PinnaclePinnacle Freight Systems is ready to grow again after taking a year to strengthen its operations.

By Tim O’Connor

The danger of rapid expansion is that some things can be left behind in the wake of growth. From 2013 to 2015, business journal NJBIZ named Pinnacle Freight Systems as one of New Jersey’s 50 Fastest Growing Companies each year. But after three years of aggressive expansion, President and CEO Mike Ravallo realized it was time to take a breather and strengthen the company’s infrastructure. “We purposely put the brakes on in 2016 from growing the company,” he says.

Heritage EnvironmentalOperating its own fleet of trucks, railcars and intermodal containers lets Heritage Environmental Services provide consistent service to customers.

By Jim Harris

Heritage Environmental Services believes the best way to guarantee exemplary service to its customers is by taking on its own transportation and logistics responsibilities. “We’re not reliant on others to perform work for us. Doing it ourselves … helps us provide better customer service,” says Dan Handschu, director of the Indianapolis-based company’s strategic projects group. “We can stand in front of our customers and say we can be in a place at a set time, haul X amount of material and bring X amount of trucks.”

Budd VanBudd Van Lines serves corporate America through its innovative van line, making relocation easy and seamless.

By Stephanie Crets

You’ve accepted your dream job, but there’s one problem: It’s on the other side of the country. But you don’t have to worry because Budd Van Lines, the premier independent van line, has you and your family covered. “Moving is one of the most stressful events in life,” Vice President of Sales Gary Grund says. “We want to get a family into a new home and settled as easily and quickly as possible so they can focus on their new job.”

Cooper FreightCooper Freight is dedicated to serving its customers through innovations and by always keeping promises.

By Stephanie Crets

For 41 years, Cooper Freight has operated with the motto “dedicated to service.” The company is committed to helping its customers, remaining straightforward and honest in all of its business dealings. With its 100-truck fleet, Cooper Freight transports anything from HVAC equipment to tires to raw materials for production across the United States.

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Cringleford, Norwich, UK

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207 E. Ohio Street Suite 351
Chicago, IL 60611

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