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England Logistics Buys Freight Broker

Third-party logistics provider England Logistics has acquired certain assets of freight broker Kampstra Transportation & Logistics.

A division of C.R. England Inc., Salt Lake City, England Logistics will integrate Kampstra, Portland, Ore., into England’s brokerage business.

Jim Kampstra will serve as national accounts manager and report to new general manager Shaun Beardall, who had been England’s director of container operations.

“With this acquisition, we know our customers will continue to receive the same quality service they enjoyed with Kampstra Transportation while benefiting from a greater industry footprint and the vast service set England Logistics brings to the table,” said Jason Beardall, executive vice president of England Logistics.

England said the deal will provide greater service to its brokerage customers throughout the United States, especially in the Northwest.

England Logistics, a full-service transportation and logistics provider with offices in North America and China, works in a complete line of transportation modes including truckload, less-than-truckload, intermodal, freight forwarding and supply chain management.

C.R. England is ranked No. 20 on the Transport Topics 100 listing of U.S. and Canadian for-hire carriers.

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