Daily Archives: April 29, 2016

Dollar General Names C.H. Robinson Carrier Partner of the Year

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EDEN PRAIRIE, MN (April 29, 2016) C.H. Robinson, one of the world’s largest third party logistics providers (3PL), has been named Carrier Partner of the Year by Dollar General.

This recognition highlights C.H. Robinson’s exceptional customer service and relationship with Dollar General.

“The team in Nashville is committed to going above and beyond for the customer every day,” says Jeff Chessor, manager at C.H. Robinson. “Dollar General looks to us as a trusted advisor. Whatever it takes, we do. We are always looking for ways to sell new modes, create efficiencies for the customer and make it easier to do business with C.H. Robinson.”

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C.H. Robinson Awarded Best Supporting Business by HSN

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EDEN PRAIRIE, MN (April 29, 2016) — C.H. Robinson, a global leader in third party logistics (3PL), was awarded Best Supporting Business by HSN for its dedication and hard work.

On April 14, at HSN’s annual gala held in St. Petersburg, FL, HSN presented the award to C.H. Robinson attendees.

“We focus on serving as a trusted ally to HSN,” said Laura Peacock, vice president, global accounts team at C.H. Robinson. “Our team listens to their needs and delivers key results.”

A “Supporting Business” is a company that HSN works with that demonstrates strong alignment to its corporate functions and actively supports its key strategies to deliver positive impact.

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Roadrunner Expands Outbound Service from Vancouver

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Cudahy, WI – Apr. 29, 2016 – Roadrunner Transportation Systems, Inc. (NYSE: RRTS) today announced the expansion of its less-than-truckload service to include outbound service fromVancouver, British Columbia, Canada. The new service offering will begin May 2, 2016 and will open the western half of Canada to Roadrunner LTL Freight’s outbound service.

“Vancouver is a vibrant area with dynamic business growth, being fueled by domestic as well as international trade,” said Grant Crawford , Roadrunner Transportation Systems President of Less-than-Truckload. “The access to the world supply chain that this market provides through ports in both Vancouver and Prince Rupert is becoming a regular choice for customers moving freight from Asia into North America. Adding outbound service will allow us to serve the needs of customers that require transportation in both directions.”

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