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Long-time industry folks may remember our calendars in the early 2000's. The calendars were fun and entertaining and represented our creative, outside-the-box solutions to logistics challenges. In 2001, the calendar featured concept vehicles...what would our trucks...


Devine and our president, Karen Vellutini, were featured on the cover of the latest edition of Caltrux magazine. As we mark our 100-year milestone, it is an honor to be highlighted in the magazine and to be able to talk about our company, our history and our future....


Just days after the fires in Hawaii, the logistics industry was already on the scene providing much needed relief. So proud of this industry and the way it pulls together to help the communities we serve.


Yesterday, the International Longshore & Warehouse Union (ILWU) announced they have ratified their six-year contract with the Pacific Maritime Association (PMA). This approval is final step will ensure further peace and cargo fluidity on the west coast.


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