MINNEAPOLIS, November 1, 2016—Logistics Planning Services (LPS) announced today that it was recognized by Twin Cities Business magazine with a 2016 Minnesota Family Business Award.
Each year, the local publication said it “Honors five outstanding family-owned businesses and the value they add to Minnesota’s economy and overall quality of life. These businesses have strong records of success, family involvement, community service and philanthropy, multi-generational culture, and a positive family business structure.”
The family logistics company was incorporated in 1987 when Larry Hall began operations in Woodbury, Minn. Not that long afterward, Hall’s wife, Pamela Hall, joined the firm to create a foundation for what would become the company’s mission and core values.
LPS evolved into a business that gives back to the communities in which it operates. Also, Pamela Hall’s work helped create a company culture that gave its employees a chance to do much more for charitable causes.
The leadership baton has since been passed on to the Hall children, Kirsten, LPS’s CEO, Nate, VP of marketing and communications and Justin, president. “When our parents launched LPS nearly 30 years ago, they didn’t realize the company would grow into a thriving organization that would employ over a hundred people and give so much to the causes we care about, such as veteran’s groups, and children’s charities. We’re all grateful to be recognized by Twin Cities Business magazine.”
About Logistics Planning Services (LPS)
As one of the Nation’s fastest growing logistics companies, LPS provides end-to-end transportation management and logistics services for customers in numerous industries throughout the U.S. and overseas. Its range of services includes LTL (less than truckload), TL (truckload), intermodal, expedite, air cargo and projects. With dedicated logisticians and home-grown software to streamline operations, the company’s mission is to simplify the shipping process while providing meaningful cost reduction, time savings and complete visibility to cargo and data throughout the supply-chain. To learn more about LPS, visit the company’s website at http://www.shiplps.com.