Message from EVP Sales and Marketing

Last Monday you heard from our CEO Jack Messerly and President Jim Messerly regarding the I-85 bridge collapse and the subsequent efforts of Courier Express.

Our number one priority continues to be to deliver excellent service to our valuable customers. The anticipated bridge completion is expected by June 15. Over the coming weeks, you will hear prospective from various critical teams within Courier Express that are collaborating on expeditious solutions to ensure your timely deliveries.

As Spring Break concluded last week in Metro Atlanta, we are gearing up for increased traffic in the city over the coming days and weeks. Georgia's Department of Transportation reported Monday that local routes like Peachtree Road are filling up an hour earlier than they usually would on a weekday morning.

In anticipation of this week's increased traffic, we have done the following:

  1. Increased driver count by 10 drivers per shift for greater mobility.
  2. Created more staging areas for drivers to be available to get to locations quickly.
  3. Established traffic update meetings with our On-Call and Scheduled teams every 2 hours to determine which roads are passable and accessible.

Thank you for your trust and confidence in Courier Express. Our team is working hard to not only keep it but exceed your expectations.

Best regards,
Jeff Myers,
Executive Vice President, Sales and Marketing

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