Grammer Logistics | January 11, 2022
Grammer Logistics ("Grammer" or the "Company"), a leading chemicals, industrial gases and hazardous materials transportation and logistics firm, announced today that it has opened a new operations terminal in the Greater Houston area. The facility is located at 2401 Independence Parkway S in La Porte, TX. The terminal will serve as a logistics center for Grammer's operations and driver teams in the market, supporting the company's strategic commitment to the Gulf Coast region. The opening of this new terminal comes one month after Grammer opened a commercial headquarters in Houston.
We are excited to announce our new terminal in LaPorte, Texas. Grammer has served this important market for many years, This full-service terminal will allow us to enhance overall support of our delivery professionals and expand service offerings to our clients in the region. Houston is one of the largest manufacturing areas in the United States, and our new terminal there is strategically positioned to support our continued growth in the energy and chemical industries."
James Winton, Grammer's chief operations officer.
With more than 20 terminal locations across the United States, Grammer Logistics specializes in safe and reliable logistics solutions across various chemical market segments. The Company's safety culture, meticulously maintained equipment, and expansive network of terminals, transload locations, and maintenance facilities has created a best-in-class foundation of operational excellence. Grammer is now focused on expanding its commercial strategy to meet the expanding needs of its customers.
About Grammer Logistics
Grammer Logistics is recognized as the premier provider of safe, dependable bulk hazardous chemicals transportation services in the United States. Grammer's excellent record of safety and solutions-focused approach to business has allowed the company to cultivate longstanding relationships with its client partners. The company has more than 20 facilities strategically located near major chemical production hubs across the United States, including 350 tractors, 850 specialty trailers and over 500 drivers and owner-operators serving over 500 diverse shippers across the Ammonia, LP Gas, Nitric Acid, NGLs, and General Chemical markets.
Americold | May 19, 2020
Ahold Delhaize will partner with cold storage provider Americold to build two fully-automated frozen warehouses, according to a press release. The facilities will expand the grocer's cold storage space by 500,000 square feet and are part of the retailer’s previously announced supply chain transformation plan to grow Ahold Delhaize's distribution center network from 16 facilities to 23 by 2023. Automation features in the warehouses will include integrated transportation management systems (TMS), end-to-end forecasting and inventory replenishment technology, the press release said. Late last year, Ahold Delhaize announced plans to invest $480 million on new facilities and renewed warehouse leases in order to transition to a self-distribution supply model that will improve margins and reduce the company's reliance on third-party distributors. The two automated cold-storage facilities, which were previously announced but not outlined in detail, will collectively provide 59,000 pallet positions to Ahold Delhaize's retail stores.
Convoy | July 09, 2020
Digital freight network Convoy announced a partnership with KeepTruckin on an API to improve carrier and shipment visibility, according to a recent press release.Carriers in Convoy's network that currently use KeepTruckin's electronic logging devices (ELDs) will be able to opt into sharing location data with Convoy's platform, thereby improving its real-time shipment tracking capabilities and eliminating the need for driver check-in calls.The addition of ELD data gives shippers more accurate on-time pickup and delivery data about their freight, according to the release. It will act as a backup for Convoy's current tracking method, which involves drivers manually launching the company's mobile app when they pick up or drop off loads and relies on consistent cellphone service while in transit for up to date visibility.