The story of Burris Logistics began in 1925 when John W. Burris and his father, Edward, recognized an opportunity in delivering tomatoes from the farms in lower Delaware and Maryland to markets in Philadelphia. On the return trips, they delivered freshly baked bread to Acme Markets, a continuously-serviced customer since.
Burris Logistics and Trinity Logistics have agreed to a merger that will combine a $3 billion refrigerated warehousing and food distribution business based in Milford, Del., with a top-ranked non-asset based freight brokerage firm less than 30 miles away in...
With the resources to collaborate on your end-to-end supply chain management needs, read more about Burris Logistics positioning to service the produce industry in the recent issue of The Produce News. Read More...
Burris Logistics, provider of end-to-end supply chain solutions, announced today that it has acquired Trinity Logistics.
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