Grammer Logistics acquires Logistics Management Resources

October 25, 2022 By    

Grammer Logistics completed the acquisition of Logistics Management Resources Inc. (LMR). Based in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, LMR provides transportation management solutions to the chemicals, industrial gases and related industries. Grammer is a portfolio company of Stellex Capital Management LLC and Mill Rock Capital.

“LMR is a highly-respected leader in the chemicals logistics market. We are thrilled to welcome their team into the Grammer family,” says Scott Dobak, CEO of Grammer. “This acquisition supports our strategy of providing a diversified offering of both asset and non-asset services to our growing customer base. We believe this integrated approach is the future of chemicals logistics.”

Since 1981, LMR has provided third-party logistics services to the chemicals industry across all modes of transportation.

As part of the transaction, the LMR team will remain with the company, including LMR’s president and CEO, Heston Hodges, who will lead Grammer’s transportation management division.

“By combining the expertise of both companies, it creates a win-win combination,” says Hodges. “All stakeholders will benefit from the additional services that LMR and Grammer will jointly offer to the marketplace. Our clients gain access to an internal fleet of highly specialized drivers and equipment, and the strong carrier relationships we have developed over the years will be further supported by the additional opportunities available through the combined platform.”

Grammer Logistics is a provider of bulk hazardous chemicals transportation services in the U.S. The company has more than 20 facilities located near major chemical production hubs across the U.S., including 350 tractors, 950 specialty trailers and more than 500 drivers and owner-operators serving more than 500 diverse shippers across the ammonia, LP gas, nitric acid, natural gas liquids and general chemical markets.

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