Archive for January, 2010

OMAHA, Neb. — BAT Logistics, provider of 3rd Party Logistics and Transportation solutions, continues to thrive in its third quarter up 39 percent year-on-year.

“We are extremely pleased that we have continued to grow both financially and operationally, in the third quarter of our second year, thus illustrating the growing acceptance of our services,” said Jarrod Marinello, owning partner of BAT Logistics. “It’s also been a gratifying indication that our business model has been proven to be what keeps BAT Logistics growing and our customers coming back.

A couple major contributors for our success has been our employee retention and high level of repeat customers.

“These contributors have been the best indicators that BAT’s business model has been proving to be a success with our employees and customers.” said Partner Shawn Rorie. “It’s crucial to our future that our business model be most effective and simplified for both the employees and customers.”

The purpose of employee retention is to strengthen our BAT team by fully developing the knowledge needed to craft their responsibilities. The need to keep our model simplified is the other purpose for our customers sake. We must make BAT’s environment as easy for customers to do business with as possible. The less time our customers have to spend keeping their business moving, the more likely customers will continue to do more business with BAT.

BAT Logistics, provider of 3rd Party Logistics and Transportation solutions, that specializes in truck load, partial, rail, flat bed and refrigerated throughout the US, Canada and Mexico.

*BAT grew all segments of the business year to year, the largest coming from its Truck Load side.

For more information please visit: www.batlogistics.com.
10701 South 72nd Street, Papillion, NE 402-885-8100 Phone 402-885-8101 Fax

OMAHA, Neb. – BAT Logistics, provider of 3rd Party Logistics and Transportation solutions, is donating to the earthquake relief efforts in Haiti through The American Red Cross.

“There are no words to express how we feel, so with our donations we speak,” said Jarrod Marinello, partner owner.

Although contributions will come from BAT Logistics, employees are also voluntarily contributing.

OMAHA, NE (January 25, 2010)

BAT Logistics, provider of 3rd Party Logistics and Transportation Solutions, continues to thrive, revenue up 39% year over year “We are extremely pleased that we have continued to grow in this economic environment, during the 4th quarter of our second year, illustrating the growing need and value of our services,” said Jarrod Marinello, partner of BAT Logistics. “It’s also been a gratifying indication that our business model has been proven to be what keeps our business growing and our customers coming back.” Major contributors to BAT’s success have been its ability to retain employees, carrier treatment, and a large number of repeat customers.

“These contributors are the best indicators to show BAT’s business model is a success with our employees, customers, and carriers.” said Partner Shawn Rorie. Jarrod adds “It’s crucial to our future success that our business model be both effective and streamlined. Employee retention strengthens our BAT team by fully developing the knowledge and experience to execute for our customers. We keep our model streamlined to make it easy to engage with BAT Logistics from both the carrier and customer perspective. The less time our customers spend moving their freight, the more time they have to increase their business overall.”

BAT Logistics is a provider of 3rd Party Logistics and Transportation solutions, that specializes in truck load, partial, rail, flat bed and refrigerated freight throughout the US, Canada and Mexico. BAT has grown all segments of the business month over month, the largest coming from its Full Truck Load division, and looks forward to bringing its services and expertise to even more shippers in 2010. All indicators point to another successful year.