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STG Holdings – Efficiency and Capacity in Container Freight Services

 

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Overseeing STG Holdings, LLC, Chris Jamroz leads the largest network of independent container freight stations (CFS) across North America. In the United States alone, the firm offers warehousing space spanning four million square feet. With Chris Jamroz’ New Jersey-headquartered firm currently expanding its Chicago regional operations, he is overseeing a process of industry consolidation that has encompassed the merger of St. George Logistics and AZ Corporation, subsidiaries of STG Holdings.

Interviewed in late 2016 by American Shipper, Mr. Jamroz singled out a major issue facing the CFS industry as being “critical underinvestment” that has resulted from industry fragmentation and neglect, with the vast majority of freight moves accomplished through full-container-load. This is problematic because global shipping cyclicality, coupled with excess capacity, has resulted in less-than-containerload freight volumes.

The merger of the two major CFS companies, St. George Logistics and AZ Corporation, enables long-needed technology automation that seamlessly integrates two major distribution networks across a combined 32 facilities nationwide.

Because STG operates as a independent outsourcer, it has a unique ability to optimize efficiency through functioning at full capacity. This contrasts with freight forwarders that have less flexibility when it comes to seasonality and cyclicality in shipping volumes. Its unique pay-per-service system ties business volume directly to operating expenses in ways that protect the bottom line.

Technology Provides St. George Logistics with an Industry Edge

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Chris Jamroz

Chris Jamroz is St. George Logistics Holdings CEO and St. George Logistics Executive Chairman. St. George Logistics Holdings is the largest supplier of outsourced container freight station services in North America. The technology overseen by Chris Jamroz at St. George Logistics Holdings is aligned with the needs of customers to reduce errors, minimize costs, and enhance visibility.

St. George Logistics Holdings operates an advanced container freight station platform that utilizes a cargo management system offering auto alerts, enhanced online reporting, and numerous scheduling features. The platform also provides real-time information on shipment tracking and status and supports file data interchange. Additionally, it can interface with a client’s financial system and generate shipping documents, customized reports, automatic billing, and releases.

The distribution operations at St. George Logistics Holdings employ a warehouse management system called Synapse. The extreme functionality of Synapse supports complex distribution models and can handle a broad range of requirements. Synapse benefits St. George Logistics Holdings’ clients by offering the most advanced distribution technology available.