IMC operates depots and container storage facilities serving every major port and rail terminal in the country.  -  Photo: IMC Logistics

IMC operates depots and container storage facilities serving every major port and rail terminal in the country.

Photo: IMC Logistics

Marine drayage giant IMC Logistics has acquired American Pacific Transportation, a California-based drayage company.

This acquisition significantly increases the company's position and truck capacity in California and across the West Coast.

"As a result of this acquisition, we will have more than 500 trucks in California, signifying our commitment to our customers in this region," said Joel Henry, IMC CEO, in a news release.

This growth will also result in two new locations for IMC in Lompoc and Calexico, California.

Starting as a regional drayage firm forty years ago, IMC put together a national network.  -  Source: IMC Logistics

Starting as a regional drayage firm forty years ago, IMC put together a national network.

Source: IMC Logistics

With locations in Calexico, Chino, Commerce, Lompoc and San Diego, California, American Pacific Transportation has been providing domestic rail and international harbor drayage as well as regional truckload and dedicated distribution services since 1976.

IMC Logistics has a large fleet of trucks and chassis, an integrated network of secure depots, and transloading facilities, moving cargo to and from all major rails and ports in the nation. 

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