We are always pleased and proud to receive customer and industry recognition. These awards confirm that we are successfully fulfilling our reputation as North America’s leading tank truck transporter and logistics provider.
Our customers in the chemical industry get the best of all worlds when they rely on KAG Logistics because we provide the ability to integrate public and private fleets and our national network of other carriers into a single, cohesive Managed Transportation solution. This gives customers tremendous flexibility. Whether they have long- or short-term contracts with other carriers, whether they have a massive fleet or a few trucks, whether they have stable or dynamic capacity requirements, we help them optimize their deliveries by choosing the right assets for each shipment.
We think of KAG as a business partner with Linde. They provide logistics support and services to our customers on our behalf where we don’t have the required resources, manpower or infrastructure. KAG delivers our products, typically hazardous gases including liquid oxygen, nitrogen and oxygen, as well as other bulk gases. They make deliveries to industrial, healthcare and other facilities.
Products Customers relying on KAG as their industrial gas carrier in the past had two options: Cryogenic Transportation (CTI) and Jack B. Kelley. CTI is a leader in transporting industrial gases, with routes that cover the country coast to coast. Jack B. Kelley also provides national coverage, transporting nitrogen, hydrogen, oxygen, argon, helium, carbon dioxide and liquefied natural gas. Those two companies are now coming together as KAG Merchant Gas.
The Perfect Storm – The Serious Challenge of the National Driver Shortage
By Kenan Advantage Group
February 17, 2017
The healthy economy has resulted in a very tight labor market. That’s made it more difficult to find employees in many industries. Nowhere is that problem greater than in trucking. This month, Bruce Blaise, President & CEO, talks about this situation and how KAG is dealing with it.
Distracted driving is nothing new. We’ve been fiddling with radios, reading maps and eating fast food in our cars for decades. But cell phones and mobile devices raise the distraction level, and the resulting collisions and deaths, to new levels. Many of us are addicted to our phones, and that addiction doesn’t stop when we get behind the wheel.