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OMAHA, NE–(July 17th, 2011)-BAT Logistics, provider of 3rd Party Logistics and Transportation solutions, now offers small parcel shipping.

Whether your needs are for full truck load or shipping less than 150lbs, BAT Logistics can haul it.

BAT Logistics expert personnel, infrastructure and knowledge, as well as our established agreements with transportation partners allow BAT Logistics to offer the most competitive prices.

For pricing or to discuss a requirement, please email us or contact us direct at or (402)885-8100.

BAT’s Small Parcel Limits
Maximum weight: 150 pounds
Maximum length: 9ft
Length+Girth 165 inches


BAT Logistics
10701 South 72nd St
Suite 120
Papillion, NE
(402)885-8100 Phone
(402)885-8101 Fax

“Hanging Around Until The Job’s Done”

BAT Logistics has been hiring to keep ahead of its demand, and upgrading its systems to keep ahead of the competition. That’s not all folks… BAT has added more services such as rail & port drayage services, along with BAT’s new LTL service application.

To learn more, email us at or call (402)885-8100

At BAT Logistics you customize your own rate quote online instantly. Choose from over 700,000 Full Container, 65,000 dray delivery to over 1.2 million cities worldwide in 230 countries on a variety of carriers. You choose the transit time. You choose the carrier. You choose the cost of shipping – then complete our booking request form.

With BAT Logistics’s international services, shipping across borders is as easy as shipping across state lines. With our intuitive web site, shippers can:

  • Get an instant rate quote
  • Choose the transit time, the carrier, and the cost of shipping
  • Easily complete a booking online

Questions? Call 402-885-8100 or email us at

Business is on the up and up, so it’s time to upgrade our software to provide more bells and whistles for our customers ease.

Sept 12 thru 16 are the proposed start dates.

We are looking forward to the “fall” peak season.
866 BAT-TRUX Phone
402 885 8101 Fax

BAT Logistics provides intermodal container, and port drayage services between ocean ports, rail ramps and shipping docks.

BAT’s extensive knowledge, and relationships extend throughout the major ports, and rail yards nationwide.

In addition to our port and rail drayage service, we offer nationwide intermodal service with our network of over 6,000 truck load partners.

For rates, contact batgroup@batlogistics.comor call 800-BAT-TRUX.

There several reasons utilizing freight brokers, so I will list the largest reason such as added capacity, minimized costs, control over liability, flexibility over transportation costs, and save time.

• Working with a broker instantly boost capacity. Depending on the size of the freight broker, they may work anywhere from one thousand to over fifty thousand carriers. This kind of capacity increases the chances that the freight broker can provide truckload capacity for 20-40% less costly than, if you’re asking your current providers that are not brokers. Either way, compare the rates between the freight broker and your providers. That’s how you minimize costs.

• Brokers work with thousands of carriers to call upon to negotiate pricing therefore has more flexibility on its pricing.

• Brokers will save you time, by utilizing a broker it gives you access hundreds of available trucks within minutes.

• Shippers can gain more control over the amount of liability it can require from a freight broker. In 2011, now over half of the states in the USA have passed “Anti-Indemnity Laws.”

Shippers that require its transportation providers to hold shipper harmless from any and all losses. regardless whom is negligent. Anti-indemnity law protects motor carriers (not freight brokers-3pls in most states) and will void the contract as its against public policy for shippers to require the motor carrier to hold shipper harmless from any and all losses by the shipper or not. The purpose of the Anti-Indemnity is to shift the 100% liability from the motor-carrier to balance the liability.


Papillion, Neb.- A based third party logistics provider that specializes full truck load, less than truck load flat bed, refrigerated, interna tional, and rail services, reports its all time growth in sales revenue, for the three months, ended June 30, 2010.

Remarking on BAT Logistics growth, one of the owners, Jarrod Marinello said, “We are extremely grateful for the first half of 2010, followed by third consecutive year-over-year growth due largely to employee retention, added capacity and our ability to react quickly to market conditions.”

While truck load capacity tightened in the industry, BAT managed to increase its carrier base above 25 percent in the past four months.

BAT Logistics head quartered in Papillion, Neb., is a privately held third party logistics provider.

For information about BAT Logistics services please contact (800)BAT-TRUX, or send us an email at

OMAHA, Neb.–(Sept 17th, 2010) According to the Association of American Railroads (AAR) this week it reports weekly rail car load volume set a new 2010 record for the second consecutive week.

With the slow down in the economy more shippers have been utilizing the railroad as another alternative to saving money. And why not? Unless your product is time sensitive, or needs to be refrigerated, rail can be a perfect option that can save you up to 20-30 percent, and sometimes more. There are even some other ways to save money through rail services.

The downside to rail is the amount of time it takes to transport freight. For example, to transport freight 850 miles could take four to five days using rail service, but only take two days for truck load service.

A good approach to time sensitive freight and thats not temperature control is to offer your customer/vendor a discount for more time to receive their freight. I bet you twenty percent of the time your customer could spare a couple more days, regardless of the discount.

Some other benefits to utilizing rail service can be that of a rolling warehouse, and its ability to provide drop trailers to cut back on the man hours needed to load/unload its freight.

With the economy cutting into your labor costs, drop trailers can be less costly than having to pay drivers overtime sitting for several hours while your short on help due to labor cut backs.
While there are costs associated with having rail containers dropped its can be much cheaper in the long run.

For those looking to save money by freeing up space in the facility warehouse without having to ship their freight earlier than its customer wants it, rail service can be used as a moving warehouse.

BAT Logistics

Jarrod Marinello* Executive

OMAHA, Neb.– April 27, 2011 – BAT Logistics, provider of 3rd Party Logistics and Transportation solutions, continues to grow its revenue by double digit percentages in the first quarter.

Despite tighter capacity, and severe winter weather that caused major delays in freight shipments earlier in the year.

“BAT contributes the earnings to a strong demand for its full truck load and flatbed services, along with significant increases in its customer base, and contracted freight,” said Jarrod Marinello, Co-Owner and VP of BAT Logistics.

OMAHA, Neb.- BAT Logistics, provider of 3rd Party Logistics and Transportation solutions, finishes 2010 with revenues up 43% over 2009.