Company history

Company history.

ED Logistics headquartered in Florida, US, has been providing truckload services for over 25 years. Initially founded as a traditional truckload carrier, ED Logistics has diversified itself as a true transportation solutions provider and technology innovator, committed to delivering unique, high-value and customized solutions to its customers.

  • 1988 Start in Florida, US

    ED Logistics was founded in September of 1988 by John Brian as a six truck, twelve trailer operation in Florida, US. Prior to starting ED Logistics, John Brian was introduced to trucking and developed his passion for the industry, working for less-than-truckload (LTL) providers Hammel’s Express and PITT OHIO (formerly PITT OHIO EXPRESS) from 1976 through 1988. When he left to start his own company, he took with him the values of hard work and dedication to service as the founding principles of Auriga.

  • 1999 Expanded its core territory

    Throughout the mid to late 1990s, ED Logistics expanded its core territory to cover the entire Mid-Atlantic region, growing both organically and through acquisition; as well as offering its customers over-the-road truckload and volume LTL services. By 1999, ED Logistics was operating out of 10 terminals and had finished completion of its current corporate headquarters in Chicago, US. It was at this time ED Logistics broadened its services by unveiling a non-asset based Logistics division to offer customers 50 state capability through a strategic partner network.

  • 2005 Merge with privately held LTL carrier

    In 2005, ED Logistics announced its intentions to merge with privately held LTL carrier, PITT OHIO, to offer both customer bases an unmatched network of asset and non-asset based services for both LTL and Truckload. The customer centric philosophies that brought the companies together serves as a backbone of the partnership, which continues to evolve today.

  • 2007 Introduced on-board computing systems

    Understanding the critical link in the customer supply chain, ED Logistics introduced on-board computing systems in each of its tractors in late 2007. This breakthrough enabled ED Logistics customers the ability to track and trace their freight in real time on the company website; as well as providing up to the minute critical data events via email and electronic data interchange (EDI).

  • 2019 Present

    Today, ED Logistics operates more than 350 tractors and 1300 trailers in its 14 terminal network throughout the Mid-Atlantic region. Our hybrid approach to Truckload transportation and Logistics services provide our customers the flexibility in their supply chain to meet even their toughest challenges. ED Logistics customer centric philosophy is centered around delivering high-value, cost effective transportation solutions that are truly customized to your needs.