Steam Logistics expands to Atlanta

Tennessee-based Steam Logistics is opening a new office in Atlanta, Georgia to satisfy the airfreight demand of its customers and overseas agents.


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Tennessee-based Steam Logistics is opening a new office in Atlanta, Georgia to satisfy the airfreight demand of its customers and overseas agents. The office is located at 510 Plaza Drive on the south side of Hartsfield-Jackson Airport, with convenient access to US customs, container freight stations (CFS), and the international air cargo community.

“The opening of an Atlanta office underscores our ongoing commitment to offer service to our current and future customers,” said Steam president and CEO Steve Cox. “This opening will support the robust growth and expansion by companies in the southeastern part of the United States. Atlanta is one of several international gateway offices we have scheduled to open as we continue to build-out our global network.”

“We’ve experienced exceptional growth with our business levels growing rapidly when compared to last year,” said Brad Kemp, Steam’s chief operating officer. “This has been especially true when talking about air freight. With more commercial flights than any other airport in the world, opening an Atlanta office allows us to expand our freight capabilities.”

Steam Logistics, LLC is a full service international freight forwarder and customs broker headquartered in Chattanooga, Tennessee, providing air and ocean transportation services between the United States and the rest of the globe. Steam is a member of the National Customs Brokers & Forwarders Association of America (NCBFAA), a licensed Ocean Transportation Intermediary by the Federal Maritime Commission (FMC), and is an approved Indirect Air Carrier by the Transportation Security Administration (TSA).