About
Fusion Transport

Founded with the customer in mind, Fusion Transport represents the combination of two third-party logistics businesses, GTLi and Am Trans. The founders and principals of the businesses identified weaknesses in the incumbent LTL business model and sought to merger to create a nationwide LTL network offering customers better service at a lower cost.

Founded in 1995, Global Transport Logistics started as an LTL broker focused on the chemicals industry. In 2008, the company developed an innovative pooled LTL program leveraging dedicated capacity secured from the U.S. Postal Service and in 2011 began moving food and consumer packaged goods into retail distribution networks on behalf of several large manufacturers. This program evolved into a highly successful, dedicated retail consolidation program for Walmart shippers, initially from a single New Jersey pool point. The company launched a California pool in 2015 and a Texas pool in 2017 and has expanded its efforts to include Target, Walgreens, Dollar General, and other major retailers.

Founded in 2002, Am Trans Expedite began as a non-asset transportation broker handling truckload shipments along with LTL, partial, expedited, hotshot, and overweight/overdimensional freight. Beginning in 2015, the company evolved to develop a highly successful hybrid model that combines brokered third-party capacity and a growing internal fleet. Approximately half of the company's revenue now comes from moving freight through its proprietary capacity network. As part of this network, the company operates two cross-dock warehouses in Addison, Illinois. 

FUSION TIMELINE
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Founded in 1995 Global Transport Logistics (GTLi) started as an LTL broker focused on the chemicals industry.

GTLi developed an innovative pooled LTL program leveraging dedicated capacity secured from the U.S. Postal Service.

AM Trans evolved to develop a highly successful hybrid model that combines brokered third-party capacity and a growing internal fleet.

 

GTLi launches California pool.

Founded in 2002 Am Trans Expidite began as a non-asset transportation broker handling truckload shipments along with LTL, partial, expidited, hotshot, & overweight/over-dimensional freight.

GTLi began moving food & Consumer Packaged Goods (CPGs) into retail distribution networks on behalf of several large manufacturers.

GTLi launches Texas pool and has expanded its efforts to include major retailers.

Hudson Hill Capital acquires majority stakes in GTLi and Am Trans to form Fusion Transport, a newly established logistics holding company.

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