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R2 Logistics Creating Phoenix Presence

June 6, 2013

R2 Logistics to open operating branch in Phoenix metro area.

Jacksonville, FL (PRWEB) June 06, 2013

R2 Logistics, Inc., a Third Party Logistics service provider, today announced it will be opening a fifth operating branch in the Phoenix metro area on September 1, 2013. The proposed office will be located at 7373 North Scottsdale Road, Scottsdale, Arizona.

Management positions will be awarded to current R2 Logistics employees who have produced results during their tenure. The branch will open with three or four employees with the outlook of growing to 15 or 20 employees in the next three to four years. Applications are currently being accepted to fill future positions in Logistics Sales.

“We continue to stay on pace to reach our targets,” stated R2 Logistics President and CEO, Ben Gase. “Establishing a branch in the Phoenix area correlates to our growth strategy as it increases our presence on the west coast. This office will provide multiple new customer opportunities along with a bundle of talent we can add to our team. Our expectations for this branch are the same as they have been for all of our offices; grow organically and be profitable in one year´s time.”

About R2 Logistics, Inc.

R2 Logistics, Inc. is a Third Party Logistics company named one of Forbes magazine´s America´s Most Promising Companies and headquartered in Jacksonville, Florida. The company works with over 20,000 transportation providers nationwide. R2 Logistics delivers industry-leading services through four primary operating branches. These branches focus primarily on full truckload transportation, as well as services including less-than-truckload (LTL), expedited freight, intermodal, certified hazardous material, specialized hauling and supply chain management. For more information about R2 Logistics, visit http://www.r2logisticsteam.com.

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