Steam Logistics was founded in 2012 with worldwide headquarters based in Chattanooga, Tennessee, a city with a rich heritage in transportation and logistics. The company began as the international arm of Access America Transport, a successful domestic third-party logistics business we scaled to $500 million in annual sales before merging it with Coyote Logistics in 2014 (which subsequently sold to UPS a year later for $1.8 billion). Our sole focus now is international logistics and Steam is one of the fastest growing NVOCCs in the US. We were recently named #254 on Inc. Magazine's List of America's Fastest Growing Companies and continue to grow through our unique service model and our focus on technology as a disrupting force in the industry.
Steam is heavily focused on world-class service and technology as a tool to drive supply chain visibility and efficiency. We are selective in our approach to client relationships and we are not the right fit for many organizations. We seek long-term relationships with clients that have a healthy appreciation for the balance between rate, value, and service. We always keep decision making as close to our clients as possible, and that allows us to move fast, remain proactive, and deliver on deadlines.
Steam is driven by a series of company maxims that drive us to one end - to take care of our clients with a near religious focus on excellent service and operational execution. We take our jobs very seriously, but we don't take ourselves too seriously. We like to make work fun and to bring a little levity to the fast-paced, stressful environment that is ever-present in the logistics space. You will find us approachable, authentic, and without pretense - we just want to help you win.
Technology is at the core of everything we do. We deliver complete end-to-end visibility throughout even the most complex of supply chains and our solutions are completely custom to each client. No cookie cutter solutions here.