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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.

BAT Logistics has been gearing up for 2010 by adding more services, systems, and people. The goal for 2010 is improving our business and how we can implement all the capabilities BAT has to better service customers and their needs.

BAT has been working hard through the holiday break to gear up for 2010 and has not been resting on what it had done in 2009.

Happy New Year! We are looking forward to a great 2010!

Jarrod Marinello

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OMAHA, Neb. – BAT Logistics, provider of 3rd party logistics and transportation solutions, has continued to expand its presence by adding a National Sales office.

It’s a move to help centralize our sales force and create more awareness about our transportation services.

“This is going to allow us to separate the operation from the sales force and better help streamline its communication,” explained co-owner Jarrod Marinello.

BAT understands that in order to grow its customer base, it’s also very crucial that BAT continues to find new and better ways of streamlining the communication to and from its customers. BAT’s National Sales office will focus on generating sales revenue, account management, and visiting customers.

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We have seen a huge spike in our Partial/Consolidated service this month. This service allows customers to only pay for the amount of space they utilize instead of paying for the price of a full truckload.

BAT suggests this service when shipping four pallets or more with a limit of 11 pallets and weight of 3,000lbs or more with a limit 10,000lbs. Anything below or over this requirement we suggest other ways to move the freight.

In the past 30 days, we have seen a 40% increase for this service. It has been a mixture of current customers discovering our partial service, new customers, and current customers that have increased their volume because of the huge savings. It’s just been amazing to hear some of the feedback on how much we have been able to save the customers who, before BAT Logistics, either requested a full truck load or LTL service.

LTL(less than truck load) which typically ranges anywhere between 100 and 10,000 lbs per load.

What separates our Partial/Consolidated service from the competiton is simply our lower prices. There has always been a grey area between LTL and Partial/Consolidated service when it comes to prices. Call us today and we will identify how much you could save with us!

If you’re interested in more information or curious about how much you could save shipping with BAT Logistics please email or please contact BAT Logistics today at 1-877-BAT-TRUX(228-8789).

Jarrod Marinello

This has been a very good month for BAT Logistics. I wrote in an article that predicted the shipping season would indeed have a great June and thankfully it has been.

This being BAT’s first blog ever, I just wanted to thank all our customers who have supported us and you know who you are!! We do what we do because of the love we have for our customers. I can only hope someday we can send them all to vegas!!!

This concludes the first blog ever. It’s June 21, so Happy Fathers Day to everyone from BAT Logistics!