A&R Logistics expands chemical supply chain services

A&R Logistics | February 11, 2020

The dry bulk specialist recently acquired First Choice Logistics, a provider of bulk liquid transportation and logistics services to the chemical industry, marking its entry into liquid chemical supply chain services. With a network of strategically located terminals, including principal locations in Chicago and Houston, First Choice provides over-the-road bulk transportation, ISO intermodal services and a full suite of logistics solutions to some of North America’s largest producers and converters of liquid chemicals. Founded in 1987 by Richard Jousma, First Choice historically operated as an independent unit of Ozinga Bros, a Chicago-based provider of cement, energy and related solutions. The entire First Choice leadership team will join A&R at the time of the transaction, A&R said.

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