The R&R Express Family of Companies is proud to announce the acquisition of Load to Ride (LTR) a regional and national transportation leader and logistics provider based in Denver, Colorado.
LTR’s fleet of more than 100 trucks and 200 trailers expands the R&R Express fleet to better serve customers. The expanded terminal network includes a gateway to the west coast, including California, for cross-dock services and short-term storage.
LTR’s warehouse in Denver and massive trailer yard provide strategic storage capacity for customers. A state-of-the-art repair facility helps to keep the LTR fleet maintained to the highest possible safety standards.
The acquisition provides LTR’s customers with a larger national carrier network. It’s a more sophisticated, technologically advanced, and cost-efficient fleet.
“This acquisition helps strengthen our world-class customer service and provides more logistical and transport options to our customers,” says Richard S. Francis, R&R Express CEO. “LTR benefits all R&R Express customers by providing them with expanded customizable supply chain solutions. This expansion is a good fit that helps both organizations continue to provide best-in-class customer support.”
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For over 40 years, R&R Express has provided efficient, multi-mode solutions to meet every customer’s complex transportation needs with integrity. The R&R Express Family of Companies provides the technology, expertise, and the best personnel in the industry to move hundreds of thousands of shipments each year safely throughout North America and beyond.
The R&R Express Family of Companies is proud to announce the acquisition of Load to Ride (LTR), a regional and national transportation leader and logistics provider based in Denver, Colorado.
The R&R Family of Companies is an asset-based company with a global network of partnerships. We are proud to offer a full array of logistics and supply chain solutions, including freight brokerage, managed transportation, expedited, project logistics and supply chain management, as well as a variety of shipping modes that include truckload, LTL, heavy haul/specialized and more.