American IntermodalAIM provides clients with benefits beyond movement with its chassis.

By Alan Dorich, Senior Editor at Knighthouse Media  

American Intermodal Management (AIM) offers more than just the movement of containers with its fleet of state-of-the-art chassis. Instead, each features GPS, allowing customers look and see “where their containers are on which chassis at any given time,” President and CEO Nathaniel Seeds says.

3Sigma3 Sigma is a fast growing, resourceful innovator of unique pressure sensitive coated products. 

By Knighthouse Media Staff

For a company that deals in adhesives, it’s natural for 3 Sigma Corp. to understand the importance of its internal bonds. “We’ve got a great culture here,” Vice President of Operations Mike Sotzing says. “Everybody has a can do forward thinking attitude. Our customers enjoy the flexibility of 3 Sigma’s staff in allowing them the opportunity to run testing and prototyping on our equipment.” 

WW RowlandIntermodal and trucking provider W.W. Rowland evaluates customers on six criteria to ensure its partnerships are working.

By Tim O’Connor, Senior Editor at Knighthouse Media

When Hurricane Harvey hit Houston last August it shut down the Port of Houston for several days and made roads impassable. It was a challenging time to be working in logistics around the country’s largest port in terms of foreign tonnage, but companies such as W.W. Rowland still had to get goods moving. 

ICATICAT Logistics matches its extensive experience with useable data to create solutions for customers.

By Tim O’Connor

When Rick Campbell got into the logistics business in 1982 it was all about airfreight. Planes were the obvious choice for moving goods and materials with speed. Then the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks happened and aircraft all over the country were grounded for two days.

Koch CompaniesInvesting in its drivers and fleet helped Stan Koch & Sons Trucking Inc. reach a major milestone of 40 years and beyond serving the transportation industry.

By Jim Harris

Koch Trucking’s drivers do more for the company than just transport goods from one location to another. “We need them to be salesmen just as much as they are drivers,” says Todd Wright, director of maintenance for the Minneapolis-based group of companies. “Our drivers are well-dressed, courteous and knowledgeable people who deliver on time and represent who we are and what we do as a company. They help us sell our capabilities and make us look good.”

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