As Freight Is Diverted From The West Coast, The Midwest Trucking Company Expands

CLEVELAND – Ohio-based trucking and drayage provider ContainerPort Group is expanding its network of motor carriers with the introduction of Bristol Transportation, a new drayage provider operating in Charleston, SC; Chicago; and Savannah, Ga. CPG says Bristol’s launch strengthens its nationwide trucking solutions by adding capacity for customers in major port markets experiencing increased import volumes.

“The expansion of the CPG network with the opening of Bristol Transportation in these strategic locations will help us respond to the change we are seeing by diverting freight from the West Coast and increasing volumes on the East and Gulf Coasts,” said said Joey Palmer, President. of the GC.

“We do things differently at Bristol Transportation; it’s not your typical drayage business,” said Zach Hadden, Regional Manager. “We offer our drivers the best compensation package on the market and 24/7 access to a wide range of support services that go far beyond what is offered by your typical trucking company . This strong support is what keeps our drivers engaged and ultimately results in better on-time delivery rates and top-notch customer service.

Bristol offers:

  • Company chassis including tri-axles for handling overweight 20
  • Automatically generated reports from the TMS system built specifically on customer parameters
  • Local and regional drayage
  • Long-haul trucking (OTR)
  • Overweight loads
  • Secure courses with pre-extraction and storage option

Bristol says it is committed to continued expansion, aiming to open a new facility every few months for the “foreseeable future”.

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