Critical Message from CEO/President – Courier Express

As you know by now, Fulton County has been declared a "State of Emergency" by Georgia Governor Nathan Deal due to the I-85 bridge collapse from fire Thursday evening. Thankfully, there were no injuries from this tragic event. While this bridge is a small portion of interstate, its effects will be felt throughout Atlanta.

Because roadways are critical to our business, we along with the city will feel this impact for some time. We wanted to reach out right away to let you know that the safety of our team and customers is our first priority. Our focus will be to service you and your customers with the same diligence that you have come to know and appreciate. We will find solutions and expedite shipments as best as possible.

Please know that our Engineering Division, Operations Team and Sales Group are working on solutions. Our mission statement, ‘To create transportation solutions, build logistics partnerships, and drive value – one delivery at a time’ will continue to motivate our team.

Here’s a link to traffic updates, via Atlanta Journal Constitution. We will work alongside Georgia’s DOT and others over the coming days and weeks. Please check back for updates from our Sales and Operations teams as they become available.

Jack Messerly, CEO, Courier Express
Jim Messerly, President, Courier Express

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