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IMC Cos. leases Lenox suite

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Memphis Business Journal
March 20, 2015

IMC Cos., a Memphis-based container drayage, equipment management and logistics solutions company, is expanding its footprint in Lenox Office Park.

March 13, DBA Hart Contractors LLC filed a $26,695 tenant infill-building permit for suite 214 consisting of 2,281 rentable square feet (rsf).

To read more, visit the Memphis Business Journal.

Roaring Twenties winners for 2014 to be honored at event in October in Columbia

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Atlantic Intermodal Services was chosen as one of the top twenty best preforming companies by South Carolina Business News. The company was chosen as a winner based on growth and revenue between 2012 and 2013.

To read more, visit The Charleston Regional Business Journal.

Information technology takes intermodal industry into future

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When Joel Tracy was earlier this year named to the newly minted position of chief information officer at IMC Cos., he was tasked with bringing the logistics company into a new age.

Technology is becoming increasingly important in the intermodal industry, Tracy says. The industry and IMC Cos. are growing quickly, and its larger customers are expecting tracking services like when they make personal buys online.

“They want transparency, no matter what size the package,” he says. “It’s become expected. Business that satisfy that need are going to have customers who are much more loyal and satisfied with your business. They are the ones who are going to return.”

Tracy, who spent 21 years in different positions at FedEx Corp. before joining IMC Cos., says he sticks to a few rules to handle the challenges of his field.

“In my line of work, when you’re trying to run an (information technology) group, organization or whatever it is, you have to understand the times are changing,” Tracy says. “You can’t take a year to deliver a product. My philosophy is to never take on a project that takes more than six months.”

He wouldn’t go into the IT projects IMC Cos. is currently working on, but he says mobile technology for drivers is one of the big industry trends right now, as well as the ability to track engine metrics.

CFO of the Year: Michael Baker, IMC Cos. LLC

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Memphis Business Journal
October 17, 2014

What company does: Provide solutions for the intermodal supply chain, including container drayage, customs house brokerage, freight forwarding, chassis provisioning and secured container storage.

Your role: Managing change, planning for and implementing new business processes, strategic planning, financial reporting, banking, acquisitions, analysis and governance of administrative services.

To read more, visit the Memphis Business Journal.

Truck leasing program helps company with Jacksonville ties fight driver shortage

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Jacksonville Business Journal
August 27, 2014

In response to the shortage of drivers in the trucking industry, companies are looking for creative ways to attract and retain drivers.

The solution found by one firm with a Jacksonville presence: Help its drivers buy their own trucks and become owner-operators.

To read more, visit the Jackson Business Journal.

Water surrounds many seeking to recharge

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Memphis Business Journal
July 4, 2014

Memphis has many unique qualities, like being the logistics capital of the U.S. and home to the world’s best barbecue. In the summertime, the city’s legendary humidity usually drives temperatures over 100 degrees in July and August.

Another unique summer quality is that a majority of business people disappear in the month of July, not only to escape the humidity but because it is known as the month of holidays.

To read more, visit the Memphis Business Journal.

Tracy Named IMC Cos.’ Chief Information Officer

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The Memphis News
May 23-29

Joel Tracy has been named the first chief information officer at IMC Cos., a national logistics company focused on international shipments. In his new role, Tracy will be responsible for delivering a broad range of IT initiatives in support of IMC’s logistics businesses.

To read more, visit The Daily News.

Carnival Memphis Celebrates Memphis Trucking Industry

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Memphis Daily News
May 2, 2014

Trucking industry representatives and employees packed the spacious Tennessee Ballroom at the Hilton Memphis, the gleaming glass hotel in East Memphis, for Carnival Memphis’ salute to the trucking industry.

“The trucking industry is the lifeblood of the economy,” said King of Carnival Jim McCullough of General Truck Sales and Service Inc. “Simply put, without trucks the economy stops.”

To read the entire article, visit Memphis Daily News.

Ready for the Next Chapter D.D. Jones turns over trucking operation to AIS

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Inside Business: The Hampton Roads Business Journal
March 14, 2014

After 86 years, D.D. Jones Transfer and Warehouse Co. has dropped out of the transportation industry. The initials emblazoned on the Chesapeake operation’s 31 trucks have been replaced with the red shield of Charleston, S.C.-based Atlantic Intermodal Services.

“AIS was willing to take on our entire trucking staff at their Norfolk operations – 50 drivers,” D.D. Jones President Robert Jones Jr. said, “so the transition was relatively painless for our staff and our customers.”

To read the entire article, visit Inside Business.

Lowe’s Assure Chassis Availability with Dedicated Fleet

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Journal of Commerce
March 6, 2014

The home-improvement retailer Lowe’s is reducing its equipment costs and avoiding the chassis shortages that are plaguing cargo interests at a number of U.S. ports by leasing a dedicated fleet of chassis in its South Atlantic operations.

The chassis model that was discussed yesterday at the JOC’s TPM conference assures Lowe’s of chassis availability at a cost savings compared to leasing equipment from general-user chassis pools.

To read the entire article, visit the Journal of Commerce.

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