Greatwide and Cardinal’s merger creates giant logistics operation

Dallas, TX, US: Greatwide Logistics Services – the largest for-hire provider of dedicated refrigerated transportation in the US – and Cardinal Logistics Management have completed their merger.

This combined company’s dedicated logistics division will have one of the largest, most diverse dedicated fleet operations in the US. It will be positioned to provide industry-leading capabilities with more than $850 million in annual revenue, 5,000 drivers, 125 operating locations and expertise across multiple industries, including grocery.

Greatwide Logistics Services is a Dallas-based privately held third-party logistics provider serving the US and Canada. It offers an integrated service platform including dedicated, irregular route truckload, less than-truckload services, full-service truckload brokerage, warehouse-based logistics, and managed transport services.

Headquartered in Concord NC, Cardinal Logistics Management is one of the nation’s leading dedicated transport system providers.

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