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Taggart International buys Freight Quest Logistics

Transportation and trade management company Taggart International has acquired Freight Quest Logistics, an international freight consultancy company.

   Transportation and trade management company Taggart International has acquired Freight Quest Logistics, an international freight consultancy company.
   Freight Quest Logistics was based out of the Kansas City area, which is where Taggart is also based out of.
   Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.
   Taggart said it plans to build its already increasing volume of less-than-container load and full-container load international transportation offerings by adopting several of the strong overseas partnerships and corporate knowledge within the Freight Quest Logistics organization.
   As part of the acquisition, Freight Quest Logistics Founder & CEO Kyle Morris will fill the newly created role of Executive Vice President of International Transportation within Taggart, and will be based out of the Kansas City office.
   Looking ahead, Taggart Chief Information Officer Ed Rogers said, “Taggart’s future includes expansion of less-than-container load trade lanes as well as growth in our ultra-compliant customs brokerage practice through both organic growth and acquisition. It is likely that more acquisitions will be finalized and announced over the next few months. All of this growth is supported by our ever increasing ability to interconnect processes and data with our clients and partners.”