Immigration concerns impact logistics side

HIGH POINT — Retailers aren’t the only ones concerned about the impact of Hispanics’ concerns regarding the current environment toward immigration.

The logistics side of the industry is impacted both in terms product bottlenecks and filling available positions on the road and in warehousing. To read more, visit Furniture Today.

Conversation With…Mason George of IMC Global Solutions LLC

Mason George, a native Memphian graduated from Memphis University school in 2005 and went on to earn his undergraduate degree from Samford University in 2009. He married his wife, Malaney, and moved to Kansas City to open a container drayage terminal for the company of his father, Mark George: Intermodal Cartage Co. Inc (IMC).

In 2013, after having found success in the Midwest, the couple moved back to Memphis, where Mason George started an international freight forwarding division for IMC Cos. To read more, visit the Memphis Business Journal.

Trucker shortage begs creative solutions

The Commercial Appeal 
September 21, 2014

Shawn Gross took a smoke break as IMC Companies founder and chairman Mark George scrubbed the big rig that Gross is leasing to own under a program aimed at attracting and retaining truck drivers.

Returning from Kansas City, Gross rolled into IMC’s southeast Shelby County terminal in the middle of National Truck Driver Appreciation Week and a full-on red carpet treatment.

To read more, visit the The Commercial Appeal