News | May 23, 2014

R2 Logistics To Open Office In Denver

R2 Logistics expanding nationwide footprint by opening Denver office in October.

Jacksonville, FL (PRWEB) - R2 Logistics, Inc., a Third Party Logistics service provider, today announced it will be opening its seventh operating branch in Denver, Colorado in October of 2014. Potential office space is currently being assessed. The Denver office will be the second opening in 2014, following the Charlotte office which opened in March. The company will announce a third location for 2014 in the very near future.

“We are very excited to be opening an office in Denver,” stated R2 Logistics Founder and CEO, Ben Gase. “This keeps with R2’s long-term growth strategy which includes opening offices in every major American city, enhancing R2’s technology and hiring the most talented workforce.”

The Branch Manager position, as it has been in the past, will be hired from within the company. The target is to have 16 to 20 employees working from this location in three years’ time. Applications are currently being accepted to fill future positions in Logistics Sales.

“Denver is very much like Dallas where we currently have an office and have found success,” added Gase. “It is a young city where business development is booming. An office here will add to our Western footprint and increase our capacity of being the best 3PL in the transportation industry.”

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 30,000 transportation providers nationwide. R2 Logistics delivers industry-leading services through six 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


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