The companies said they will continue to operate separately, as it enhances their ability to leverage the resources of both organizations.
The transaction provides customers of both companies access to a network of one of the industry’s largest liquid bulk chemical fleets. The new terminal network will consist of 40 locations, 1,100 tractors and nearly 3,000 trailers. Terminal locations will include 18 states, with coverage to all of the continental United States, Canada and Mexico.
“This is a tremendous time for our drivers and employees and we could not be more excited on the opportunities this will provide going forward,” said Bob Heniff, CEO of Heniff Transportation. “We are an industry-leading bulk liquid transportation network dedicated to exceptional customer service, leading-edge technology and innovation.”
In addition to greater terminal density, Heniff said its mutual customers will have enhanced service offerings that include third-party logistics, new ISO/depot locations and tank wash facilities. The management of both companies will remain in place with Lee Miller as president and COO of Miller Transporters and Steve Haskins as president of MILS.