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Welcome to BAT Logistics
BAT Logistics arranges a variety of transportation solutions to the shipping community. Our efficient and experienced logistics professionals provide superior execution and customer service. We understand great partnerships are about trust, reliability, and consistency. BAT Logistics will exceed your expectations. We hire only the best employees, source the most reliable transportation providers, and maintain industry leading technology to ensure we meet or exceed all of your needs.
How We Do It
Backhaul and Track Logistics d/b/a BAT Logistics provides transportation solutions to the shipping community. Our core strength is full truckload services in dry, refrigerated, and rail commodities. Our services are executed using key National carriers with a focus on small to medium sized carriers. We operate in headhaul and backhaul lanes both regionally and cross-country. We also utilize Door-to-Door rail services that cover the entire nation. Our industry knowledge and experience using rail transportation gives us a clear and distinct advantage over the competition.
BAT Logistics will excel in arranging transportation solutions to meet and exceed the expectations of our customers and carriers. We will bring a much-needed level of professionalism and integrity to the industry while delivering real transportation synergies. Proactive execution and unwavering commitments will allow us to build and maintain long-term relationships with carriers and customers to ensure success for all partners.
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