MORTON, Illinois, December 13, 2018 – G&D Integrated, an Illinois-based, leading supplier of transportation and logistics services, has ranked on Commercial Carrier Journal’s (CCJ) 2018 “Top 250” list. CCJ has ranked the top for-hire trucking companies since the late 1960s and represents the most comprehensive ranking of active carriers in the industry which assesses not only revenues but also the company’s fleet size and employment base.

G&D Integrated moved up from #243 in 2017 to #237 in 2018 indicating continued steady growth in the company. G&D has over 100 years of experience providing transportation and supply chain solutions which include truckload, intermodal, and drayage transportation services in the Midwest and Southeast regions of the United States. In addition, the Contract Logistics Group provides warehousing, fabrication, manufacturing, and fulfillment services to a broad range of customers. The company has also been recognized recently for its current green initiatives which include the use of alternative fuels and energy sources to run its Illinois-based fleet.

“We are honored to once again be on the Top 250 list, said Jeff Cohen, chief operating officer at G&D Integrated. “At G&D we continue to focus on how we can best serve our customers and this recognition is proof of those efforts.”

According to CCJ, the ranking of companies is a blended scale based on a combination of revenue, total power units (weighted based on the type of power unit), and the number of drivers rather than simply ranking by revenue only. The numerical ranks for each of the three fields were added together to provide a total sum.

About G&D Integrated

G&D Integrated is a specialized provider of transportation and logistics services and has over 100 years of experience advancing innovative global supply chain solutions. Headquartered in Morton, IL, the company provides domestic transportation, warehousing, freight brokerage, contract logistics, and supply chain services to a variety of industries with 1,000 employees at over 20 facilities across North America. For more information, visit

About Commercial Carrier Journal

Commercial Carrier Journal (CCJ) is a publication for the executives who manage, operate, and maintain the nation’s private, for hire, utility and specialty fleets. For more information, visit

Susan Himes, Marketing Communications