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Veterans Drive H&M Bay and Our Industry Forward

Veteran’s Day is one of the most important holidays for our country. It’s a time to express our gratitude to the U.S. military personnel who have bravely served our nation and protect our freedom. As Veteran’s Day approaches this November, we at H&M Bay salute

Truckers Move America Forward

Did you know that America recognizes National Truck Driver Appreciation Week in the second week in September? It’s a time to honor all professional truck drivers for their hard work in one of the nation’s most demanding and vital jobs. Here at H&M Bay, we

IDDBA Makes Its Return in 2022

H&M Bay is excited to announce that it will be back at the IDDBA (International Dairy Deli Bakery Association) from June 5-7 at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta, Georgia. IDDBA’s mission for the show is to expand its leadership role in promoting the

E-Commerce Explosion and Supply Chain Shortages

New Year, New Challenges

This year, H&M Bay will celebrate its 40th anniversary. Although we are certainly proud of where we started, what excites us more is where we are going and solving the challenges we face. Most notably, since the start of the pandemic, the supply chain industry has taken a hit. It is not just an issue that we face, but affects everyone in the industry, and also impacts every single consumer in America.

Giving Thanks

With Thanksgiving right around the corner, there is a lot to be grateful for this season. As we gather together amidst this tough time in the world, we are thankful for the resilience and support of our families, our employees, our owner-operator truckers, our customers,

Tasty Summer Menus

FROM PALLETS TO PALATES What do pallets and palates have to do with one another? Well, without logistics teams and truckers moving mounds of pallets of fresh and packaged food across the country, our tasting palates wouldn’t be able to benefit from all of the

Supply Chain

Supply Chain Strain

Throughout the global pandemic, 3PL providers and truckers have worked hard to keep life feeling as normal as possible for Americans. From groceries and baking ingredients to toilet paper and exercise equipment, hardworking folks across diverse manufacturers and the (food) supply chain industry have delivered