Principle Logistics Group Joins Hands with IESM for an Exclusive Service Agreement
Manufacturing industry is most apprehensive about the logistics and transportation facilities. Companies spend a huge amount of money and time to make their logistics efficient. Many companies in the manufacturing industry are leveraging the services of third parties to provide an on-time and efficient logistics support.
Principle Logistics Group, a Fort Worth, TX-based logistics and Transportation service provider, signs an exclusive agreement with Idaho Equipment & Sheet Metal (IESM) for logistics and transportation services. IESM is a leading manufacturing company which provides customized, design-to-build equipment that is utilized in food processing, conveyor systems, and manufacturing parts.
According to the agreement, Principle Logistics Group will be serving as a joint logistics and transportation partner for IESM, functioning as its primary contact for logistics matters. Sheila Jackson, CEO of Principle, says, “We’re excited to work with IESM and to be a part of more than thirty-five years of excellence they’ve built carefully and strategically.” Principle group will also be offering complete visibility, communication, and accountability for all the shipments. As a leader in transportation logistics, the company acts as a collaborative partner on a broad range of services including needs analysis, strategic planning, LTL service, complex, specialized moves, and disaster recovery project. Principle group serves as an integral member of a client’s management team by instituting the best practice to ensure all the client’s logistical needs are met. “IESM has earned a significant reputation over the years by offering an industry-leading team of designers, engineers, project managers, fabricators, certified welders, machinists, and installers,” extols Sheila.
Principle group is offering qualified carriers that are on par with the company’s Platinum Safety & Compliance Standards, which will allow IESM to reduce cost overruns, expand organizational bandwidth, and provide a significant competitive edge over its counterparts. Shane Kloer, project manager at IESM, says, “We previously worked with four or five service providers to handle our logistics needs, and we were experiencing inconsistencies in meeting schedules and transportation expectations.” She further adds, “Consolidating all of those responsibilities into one provider will help add consistency, improved communication and added productivity to our services.”