Archive for October, 2012

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

ATLANTA, Ga.– BAT Logistics, one of the fastest growing 3PL providers of transportation services, is excited to announce it will once again sponsor the Transportation Art Contest at Sims Elementary School in Conyers, Ga.

“BAT wants to give back to the children and be a partner with the public school systems and this is a great way for us to do that,” said BAT’s Sales and Marketing Director Cindy Moreno, who is organizing the contest for the company. “Last year, the kids were very excited and that makes it all worthwhile. We look forward to the contest this year and the years to come.”

In art class starting in mid-November, students will be asked to draw and color a mode of transportation. The entries will be judged in three grade groupings: Pre-K/Kindergarten/First, Second/Third and Fourth/Fifth.

Students selected to have the best entries will win modes of transportation- a bike for first place, scooter or skateboard for second and a rolling skating gift card for third- awarded just in time for their winter break from school.

The contest does not cost the school, students or community anything. BAT is even providing the art classes with paper and markers for the contest. Last year was the first year of the contest.

About BAT Logistics
Backhaul and Track Logistics d/b/a BAT Logistics provides transportation solutions to the shipping community. Our core strength is full truck load 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.

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You wouldn’t want to see Stephen Sinclair without his coffee. That jolt of java keeps him alert and smiling throughout his day at BAT Logistics and, well, anywhere.

So, it’s no surprise that his travel mug is this National Accounts team member’s most treasured item at work.

“I would be lost without it,” Stephen said.

Is this the new BAT mascot?

 

No, it’s just Executive VP/Owner Jarrod Marinello’s son, Dylan, dressed as a bat for Halloween last year.

Marinello treasures his now 18-month-old son, but he will have another treasure this spring. We are happy to announce his wife is pregnant, and this time, it’s a girl! Baby Marinello is due to arrive mid-April.