Trinity Logistics Acquires Team Eagle Logistics
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Trinity Logistics announced Jan. 3 that it has acquired Scottsdale, Ariz.-based Team Eagle Logistics.
Seaford, Del.-based Trinity said the acquisition will further enhance its footprint on the West Coast and position it for better service and carrier relationships in 11 Western states. Team Eagle Logistics will become its seventh regional service center.
“We are so excited to have Team Eagle as our West Coast regional service center,” Trinity Logistics President Sarah Ruffcorn said. “Their commitment to providing excellent shipper and carrier experience, paired with their focus on growing through an empowered culture, makes them a fantastic fit with Team Trinity.”
We are grateful to announce we have acquired Scottsdale, Arizona-based Team Eagle Logistics. Team Eagle Logistics will become Trinity’s seventh Regional Service Center. Read more: https://t.co/fmugXzxBgh.#TrinityLogistics #ONEBURRIS #beteamTrinity #differentonpurpose #logistics pic.twitter.com/IQ3lwVWwdj — Trinity Logistics (@Trin_Logistics) January 3, 2022
Team Eagle Logistics was founded in 2014 by Michael Gentile and Bill Grieder. It has grown to $53 million in annual revenue since its inception.
“From humble beginnings to the rise of Team Eagle, our focus has always been on providing an unparalleled service where Integrity has been our driving force and competitive advantage in the logistics industry,” Gentile said. “Our specialized Western 11 states focus coupled with the strength of the Trinity Logistics national presence will yield great benefits for our customers, truckload carriers and employees.”
Trinity offers truckload, less-than-truckload, intermodal, expedited, drayage, international, warehousing and technology solutions. It has been in the freight brokerage business for over 40 years and became the freight brokerage division of Burris Logistics in 2019.
“We are absolutely thrilled to welcome Team Eagle to our family,” Burris Logistics CEO Donnie Burris said. “This will give Trinity a much-needed presence in the southwest and allow both companies to mesh our strengths to continue providing high-quality people-centric freight solutions for shippers and carriers.” — Transport Topics
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