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Gary Overkamp, National Director of Distribution of Berger Transfer, Speaks on the Longevity of the Business

In a report in Supply Chain MagazineDigital, Gary Overkamp, National Director of Distribution of Berger Transfer speaks on the company's 100 year history and it's organic growth for the future, along with emerging customer trends.

2011-01-27
SAN DIEGO, CA, January 27, 2011 (Press-News.org) In a report in Supply Chain Digital, Gary Overkamp, National Director of Distribution of Berger Transfer speaks on the company's 100 year history and it's organic growth for the future, along with emerging customer trends.

With 100 years in the industry, Berger Transfer delivered high-quality transportation and storage services to individuals, corporations and government agencies from their 19 locations across the U.S. and a fleet of more than 600 vans. The company was originally founded by Carl Berger whose assets consisted of only a single horse and cart. Today, the family business has expanded across the nation and is one of Allied Van Line's largest hauling agent and asset-based company, while also staying very involved within the community with organizations like United Way, Toys for Tots, University of Minnesota, and the Boys and Girls Scouts of America.

"Berger Transfer is a full-service provider and our senior management team has a very forward way of thinking," Gary Overkamp, National Director of Distribution of Berger Transfer says. "Our executive team meets multiple times a year to tweak our business model to look forward." The company also has the ability to move quickly when the market changes and have diversified into different business segments to move asset allocations into growth opportunities.

About Berger Transfer:

Since 1910, Berger has been delivering quality transportation services to individuals, corporations and government agencies. Berger has 100 years experience as a one-source provider of transportation and storage needs. They pride themselves on their commitment to quality and unsurpassed customer service for every move they manage. Their focus is always on the customer, and their services are flexible to best suit each customer's individual requirements.

About Supply Chain Digital

Supply Chain Digital is a leading digital media source of news and content for C-level executives focused on business and industry-specific issues such as: Logistics and Distribution; Procurement; Warehousing and Storage; and Outsourcing. Supply Chain Digital is the industry-dedicated arm of the White Digital Media Group. Founded in 2007 by entrepreneur Glen White, White Digital Media retains a diversified portfolio of websites, magazines, daily news feeds and weekly e-newsletters that leverage technology to innovatively deliver high-quality content, analytical data, and industry news.

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[Press-News.org] Gary Overkamp, National Director of Distribution of Berger Transfer, Speaks on the Longevity of the Business
In a report in Supply Chain MagazineDigital, Gary Overkamp, National Director of Distribution of Berger Transfer speaks on the company's 100 year history and it's organic growth for the future, along with emerging customer trends.