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Company Overview of A&R Logistics, Inc.
A&R Logistics, Inc. provides bulk transportation, packaging, distribution, and logistics services for plastic, chemical, agricultural, and food industries in the United States. The company offers bulk transportation services through a fleet of tractors, reefers, and bulk and dry van trailers; warehousing, packaging, and trans loading services; third-party logistics, transactional, and transportation management services; and European freight forwarding and door-to-door services through its partners. A&R Logistics, Inc. was formerly known as A&R Transport, Inc. and changed its name to A&R Logistics, Inc. in October, 2007. The company was founded in 1965 and is based in Louisville, Kentucky. It...
600 North Hurstbourne Parkway
Louisville, KY 40222
Founded in 1965
Key Executives for A&R Logistics, Inc.
Chairman and Chief Executive Officer
Vice Chairman and President
Chief Financial Officer and Treasurer
Senior Vice President of Packaging Sales
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.
A&R Logistics, Inc. Key Developments
A&R Logistics Enters into Collaboration Agreement with Union Pacific to Co-Develop an Export Supply Chain Solution for the U.S. Plastic Resin Industry
Aug 12 15
A&R Logistics announced that it has entered into a collaboration agreement with Union Pacific to co-develop an export supply chain solution for the U.S. Plastic resin industry. The project will be aimed at establishing a transportation and plastics packaging facility near UP's Dallas Intermodal Terminal to handle the anticipated significant increase in export plastic resins.
A&R Logistics Seeks Acquisitions
Mar 5 14
A&R Logistics, Inc. seeks acquisitions. A&R is also considering buying new liquid chemical trailers, the company primarily wants to expand by acquiring companies with annual revenues of between $25 million and $100 million. "Houston is the largest originating region for bulk liquid chemicals," Cheif Executive Officer Mark Holden said. "Houston is the chemical capital of the world, and that's where the majority of our customers are headquartered. These customers are encouraging us to expand into the liquid business." Smaller companies that A&R would like to acquire may be more willing than in previous years to enter into a deal because of new, stringent trucking regulations, Holden said. "We are seeing a number of family-owned businesses evaluating their options about continuing on or selling their company," he said. "The new regulations for trucking companies are more complicated and expensive for liquid transport. Our size and scale can benefit us. We can invest not only in technology to help address regulations, but we also can invest in people."
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