MetroGistics Partners with Transport, Logistics Groups

MetroGistics, a provider of vehicle transportation solutions, has partnered with Precision Motor Transport Group (PMTG) and McNutt Automotive Logistics (McNutt).

Based in Michigan, PMTG is a car haul company that provides automotive delivery services through a fleet of 300 enclosed and open company-owned trucks. McNutt, a logistics provider based in Missouri, specializes in less-than-truckload (LTL) automotive logistics services.

The partnerships will help offer a range of logistics and asset-based transportation solutions to all customer segments, including new car manufacturers, the used car market and remarketing companies.

“We are very excited about working with the MetroGistics team and its professional blend of technology and logistics services to reduce lead times with our customers and empty miles on our trucks,” said Dallas Knepp, chief operating officer of PMTG. “Their suite of industry-leading technology products will also further enhance our product offerings to customers and will continue to drive our combined platform forward.”

William Billiter and Scott Naz will continue to lead MetroGistics as managing partners, says the company.

“Having the opportunity to work closely with the management teams at PMTG and McNutt to drive the combined asset-medium platform to greater heights is a very exciting strategic move for everyone,” said Naz. “Being able to combine the best in logistics with 300 company-owned PMTG trucks really expands our operational reach and product offerings to strategic clients on a national basis.”

For more information on MetroGistics, visit www.metrogistics.com.

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