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AIR CARGO Hard Work Pays Off > J & P H A L L E X P R E SS J&P HALL EXPRESS SAYS IT HAS THE CAPABILITIES TO BE ONE OF THE BEST AIRFREIGHT CARRIERS IN THE SOUTHEAST. // J&P Hall Express says it provides customers with the personal touch of a small carrier and the services of a large one. BY C H R I S P E T E R S E N to Florida, is connected to the airport in From its beginnings in 1989 as a one way or another. Fortunately, the company has a great deal of experience with expedited air- small trucking company overseen by a In everything the company does, Moore husband-and-wife team running mail says the bedrock principles and attributes ternational shipping company BAX routes through southern Georgia, J&P that have made it successful in the past Global, and many within J&P Hall Ex- Hall Express has developed into one of continue to form the basis for its contin- press’ management team come from an the leading air cargo and expedited trans- ued success. “Our greatest strengths would airfreight background, as well. Moore portation providers in the Southeast. In be our service footprint, our security and says this background gives the company a fact, last year the company was named technology, and our people,” he says. more complete understanding of what trucker of the year by the Atlanta Air freight. Moore himself is a veteran of in- customers need when it comes to ship- Cargo Association and Hartsfield-Jack- Industry Know-How ping their goods. Beyond the practical ex- son International Airport. The majority of what J&P Hall Express perience, however, is the one-on-one carries is expedited, meaning it’s time- interaction that J&P Hall Express offers though the company specializes in ship- sensitive and usually needs to be deliv- its customers. Moore says being able to ping goods that have to be there right ered overnight. “In general, the communicate directly with customers away, its success didn’t happen overnight. timeframe is a little quicker than for an about their shipments gives them added A combination of hard work, the right peo- LTL carrier,” Moore says. value by giving them peace of mind. As President Todd Moore explains, even ple and a belief in continuous improve- “We have sort of a niche compared to ment brought J&P Hall Express to where -----------------------------------------------[ P R O F I L E ] [the larger firms]; we’re more customer- it is today, and Moore says it will bring the J&P Hall Express driven because we’re not that gigantic company into a more prosperous future. company,” Moore explains. “There’s more 2011 revenue: $14 million of a personal touch.” Based in Forest Park, Ga., J&P Hall Express specializes in carrying airfreight to Headquarters: Forest Park, Ga. and from Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson Employees: 130 Fully Staffed International Airport. About 99 percent Specialty: Airfreight and expedited cargo That personal touch is made possible by of what the company carries throughout trucking J&P Hall Express’ strong core of people. the Southeast, from the Carolinas down -------------------------------------------------------------- Moore says the administrative staff has 92 TLIMAGAZINE.COM WINTER 2013 http://www.TLIMAGAZINE.COM

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Transportation & Logistics International - Winter 2013
Hurricane Sandy
Intermodal Rail
Near Shoring
Steel Bridges
Porsche Cars North America Inc.
TDS Transport
Aspen Equipment Co.
Consumers Energy
Mountain Valley Express Co. Inc.
Supreme Group
Miller Felpax Corp.
Rio Grande Pacific Corp.
TNT Sales
Usher Transport Inc.
Triad Transport Inc.
Traylor Bros. Inc.
Fusion Logistics
GulfMark Energy Inc.
Mode Transportation
Oregon International Port of Coos Bay
Trailways Inc.
Time Logistics Inc.
Verizon Communications Inc.
Sears Holding Corp.
Perry Ellis International Inc.
Tennessee Commercial Warehouse
J&P Hall Express
Pacific Air Cargo
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Transportation & Logistics International - Winter 2013