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LTL offers sustainable "ride-sharing" approach to shipping

LTL Temp-Controlled Shipping Offers a More Sustainable “Ride Sharing” Approach to 3PL

H&M Bay is committed to do our part to lessen the global environmental impact of freight shipping. That’s why we’re in the less-than-truckload business and proud to hold the SmartWay seal (in partnership with the Environmental Protection Agency) since 2009, doing what we can to help minimize our environmental impact with responsible temperature-controlled freight transportation while simultaneously making shipping more

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H&M Bay Named to Most Admired Companies 2020

CEO Views recognizes H&M Bay as a top admired company to watch in 2020! The honor is a result of their reliable work during COVID-19 to keep the food supply chain up and running. Their editorial research team evaluated dozens of companies across various industries.

H&M Bay Named to Food Logistics’ 2020 Top 3PL & Cold Storage Providers List

As a result of H&M Bay’s strategically located consolidation centers nationwide and web-based systems for ordering and tracking, Food Logistics recently honored the company as a Top 3PL & Cold Storage Provider. Each year, Food Logistics selects providers that continue to improve their skills and adopt the latest temperature monitoring technologies, transportation management systems and warehouse management systems.

H&M Bay announces newest warehouse and consolidation facility in Tennessee

Federalsburg, MD – H&M Bay, Inc. has opened its 51,000 sq. ft. LTL consolidation center and cold storage facility located in Lawrenceburg, Tennessee. H&M Bay provides LTL service for shipments originating in Tennessee, Kentucky, northern Alabama, and northern Mississippi to the 48 contiguous states. The Lawrenceburg facility also offers cold storage and fulfillment services. “The addition of a new consolidation center