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Logistics In A Disrupted Age At Xpress Global Systems

An Xpress Global Systems truck.
Xpress Global Systems

In the business of logistics, Xpress Global Systems here in Chattanooga navigates challenges and opportunities.

The trucking company specializes in the transportation of floor coverings across the country.

Last year, Dan Martin became its CEO.

Dan Martin
Xpress Global Systems
Dan Martin

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