National Retail Systems

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National Retail Systems, Inc.
Privately Held
Industry Logistics, Transportation
Founded 1952, Jersey City, NJ
Headquarters North Bergen, New Jersey, United States
Key people
Francis J. Walsh, C.E.O.; John Tabor, SVP Supply Chain; David Salmon, SVP Finance; Joe Brady, SVP Administration; Jon Hoch, C.O.O.; Donna Del Rosso, SVP Business Development
Number of employees
5,500(2007)
Subsidiaries Keystone Freight Corp., National Retail Transportation, Inc.
Website www.nationalretailsystems.com

National Retail Systems, Inc. (NRS) includes Keystone Freight Corp. & National Retail Transportation, Inc. (NRT). NRS is an asset based 3PL founded in 1952. It is headquartered in North Bergen, New Jersey, United States.

NRS' hub locations include: New York & New Jersey; Los Angeles, CA; Inland Empire, CA; Savannah, GA; Columbus, OH; Greensboro, NC; and Baltimore, MD.

On April 20, 2016, an overloaded National Retail Systems vehicle being operated illegally on a non-truck route by Tavaris Owens, struck and killed a cyclist in Brooklyn, New York.[1][2]

Equipment[edit]

National Retail Systems, Inc. has a fleet of 1,100 power units consisting of conventional over the road line haul tractors, single and double axle local tractors, straight trucks, and yard switchers. The 4300 trailers include 28', 45', 48', and 53' dry vans both swing and roll up doors.

Power

  • Over the road tractors
  • Single axle day cabs
  • Double axle day cabs
  • Straight trucks
  • Yard switchers

Trailers

  • 53' Dry Van Trailers
  • 53' Garment on Hanger (GOH) Trailers
  • 48' Dry Van Trailers
  • 48' Garment on Hanger (GOH) Trailers
  • 45' Dry Van Trailers
  • 45' Garment on Hanger (GOH) Trailers
  • 28' Pup Trailers
  • 28' Low Profile Pup Trailers
  • 28' Garment on Hanger (GOH) Trailers

References[edit]

  1. ^ Miranda Katz. "Cyclist Killed By 18-Wheel Truck Driver In Park Slope". Gothamist. Retrieved 2016-04-20. 
  2. ^ Thomas Tracy. "Truck driver who ran over bicyclist in Brooklyn given summons for driving overloaded vehicle". NY Daily News. Retrieved 2017-05-04. 

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