DAILY NEWS Dec 19, 2013 1:57 PM - 1 comment

Cooney Transport adds logistics division

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BELLEVILLE, Ont. -- Cooney Transport has announced the launch of a new logistics division, and the hiring of Scott Cull to oversee it.

Cull was recently named vice-president of Cooney Logistics. The logistics arm will broaden Cooney’s service offering for new and existing clients, the company announced.

The new Cooney Partner Network is “aiming to expand its reach throughout North American markets,” the company announced. It will complement Cooney’s van, tanker and flatbed divisions.

The suite of services offered through the new division will include: LTL and truckload, cross-border, domestic, temperature controlled, intermodal, expedited and retail segments.

“Our business has always been about tailoring our transportation service and the exact equipment required to meet the specialized needs of our customers,” said Adam Cooney, executive vice-president. “We’re excited to move forward with Cooney Logistics with our new v.p., Scott Cull, at the helm.”


Scott Cull was welcomed to Cooney Transportation. He'll serve as v.p. of the new logistics division.
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Ryan Turbill

transportation and logistics concept of both the terms is very simple. The former basically refers to the distribution of goods. It may be the distribution of finished products or it may be the distribution of raw materials. While logistics is basically the use of transportation software to cut down the costs of transportation.

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