ISELIN, N.J. -- H&M International Transportation’s trucking division will begin operating as H&M Terminals Transport Corp., effective Jan. 1. Officials say the change is part of the intermodal provider’s ongoing efforts to better serve the shipping community.
Officials say the company will offer the same range of services; however, its local, regional and over-the-road trucking services will now be provided by H&M Terminals Transport Corp. H&M International Transportation will continue to provide warehousing distribution, container yard services, container freight stations, container and chassis maintenance and repair, and rail terminal operations.
Company ownership remains in place, and day-to-day operations in all current H&M locations will not be affected by the name change, the company said.
“We continually seek new ways to streamline operations while providing a comprehensive service package for our customers,” said Al Iannelli, executive vice-president of H&M International Transportation. “Down the road, this name change will help to facilitate planned expansion of over-the-road operations and enable more comprehensive regional coverage.”