posted on April 20, 2018 15:32
Rome, Georgia - Scott Logistics Corp., a nationwide leader in the freight brokerage industry, announces a major bonus to employees. A total of $100,000 will be contributed to the company’s 401(K) Profit Sharing Plan. Employees who have been employed with the Company at least 6 months will benefit from this contribution. Individual amounts will be determined using years of service and current salary.
According to Scott Logistics Corp. owner Diane Manis, Scott Logistics Corp. "has built a successful business over two and a half decades thanks to a dedicated staff and a lot of hard work. We are in a strong financial position and thrilled we are able to contribute to our employees 401(K) plans at this time. It's just another way to say 'Thank You' for all that they do."
Jay Matthews, the President of Scott Logistics Corp., calls it a "profit sharing contribution", and adds "our employees are key to our success and we are extremely happy we can add these dollars into their retirement accounts. In our industry, we are well known for our customer service and our consistent and steady growth. Thanks to the kindness of our ownership, we are also well known for our largesse." In recent years, Scott Logistics Corp. has supported a variety of charitable causes. Scott Logistics Corp. will serve as title sponsor for the third consecutive year for the Rome Celebrity Dance Challenge which raises funds for the Sexual Assault Center of Northwest Georgia. In 2015, the company donated $25,000 to the Floyd County Police Department for the purchase of 62 body cameras for their officers. Scott Logistics Corp. is also locally involved with the Coosa River Basin Initiative, and is a proud supporter of Relay for Life. As Matthews says, "We are a living part of this community and are grateful we can share our success through charitable involvement and sharing this 401(K) contribution with our employees."
In its 24th year of business, Scott Logistics Corp. is based in Rome, Georgia. As a freight broker, Scott Logistics Corp. matches empty trucks with loads of freight all over the country. It is a certified 100 percent female owned company. Services include truckload, dry and refrigerated, LTL (less than a truckload), intermodal, over dimensional, heavy haul, and EDI (Electronic Data Interchange) capability. The company serves the contiguous 48 states as well as Mexico and Canada. In addition to the corporate headquarters in Rome, Georgia, Scott has branch locations in Jacksonville, Florida, Centre, Alabama, Chattanooga, Tennessee, Raleigh, North Carolina, Springdale/Bentonville, Arkansas, Lafayette, Louisiana, and Houston, Texas. Customers include 40 of the Fortune 500 companies. Gross revenue in 2017 exceeded 150 million dollars.
Roger Manis, Jr. - PR