ITS ConGlobal HISTORY
PROVIDING INTERMODAL SERVICES FOR MORE THAN HALF A CENTURY
A STRONG INTERMODAL INFRASTRUCTURE
Dating back to 1967, ITS ConGlobal (ITSC) is an intermodal infrastructure services provider, the largest rail terminal operator in North America and the only equipment depot network with transcontinental scale.
ITSC has enjoyed decades-long relationships throughout the intermodal supply chain, and developed an industry reputation as the pioneer in utilizing technology to drive efficiency, reduce costs and strengthen customer relationships. The company boasts an exceptional operating platform focused on safety, efficiency and customer service, reinforcing its standing as an operator of the highest quality with a strong safety track record.
With the acquisition of American Auto Works in 2011 and ConGlobal Industries in 2013, ITSC has expanded its service offerings and client base to create a company uniquely positioned to capitalize on the growth expected in the intermodal, automotive and global shipping segments.
We take pride in exceeding customer expectations by consistently delivering superior and reliable service. We provide a broad scope of services and an exemplary safety record. ITSC operates at over 120 facilities throughout the United States, Mexico, and Central America with approximately 4,000 employees. We hold long-standing relationships with nearly every major North American railroad, including BNSF, CN, CSX, KCS, KCSM, NS, and UP.
The company’s unified goal is built on operational excellence and maximizing its asset base for the benefit of the entire platform.
ITSC HAS A DEMONSTRATED TRACK RECORD OF GROWTH AND ACQUISITIONS
1968 ITEL Division
ITEL Terminals is founded as a division of ITEL Container Corporation; separately, Container-Care International is founded in Hong Kong.
1984 In-Terminal Services Formed
In-Terminal Services ('ITS') is formed as a division of Mi-Jack to handle the company's intermodal operation.
1992 ITEL Terminals Buyout
Management buyout of ITEL Terminals, which is rebranded as Global Intermodal Systems ("GIS")
2004 ConGlobal Industries is Formed
GIS and Container-Care International merge to become ConGlobal Industries (CGI).
2011 American Auto Works Acquisition
ITSC acquires Ramp Management, a leader in automotive loading and unloading, and rebrands it as American Auto Works ("AAW").
2012 RCS Acquisition
CGI acquires RCS from Carrier Transicold.
2013 ConGlobal Industries Acquisition
ITSC acquires ConGlobal Industries, North America's largest full-service supplier to the intermodal industry, providing depot and container yard services, equipment sales, and transportation services.
2015 ACS/LanPort Acquisition
ITSC acquires ACS/LanPort, a leading container depot services company operating in the Southeastern U.S.
2017 Express Container Acquisition
ITSC acquires Express Container, a depot and port operator in Norfolk, Virginia. ITSC also acquires 5 rail intermodal terminal operations from World Distribution Services.