LIMA, Pa.—June 15, 2012—Pilot Freight Services, a worldwide provider of transportation and logistics services, announced today that their Washington D.C. station has achieved full international capabilities. The station, which is adjacent to Washington Dulles International Airport, is now fully capable of handling government, logistics, special services and international shipping in addition to handling traffic in and out of the Greater D.C. area.
“Pilot has a strong history of experience and proven results in the international transportation and logistics arena and we are thrilled to announce the incorporation of these capabilities at our D.C. location,” said Gordon Branov, executive vice president of business development for Pilot Freight Services. “We remain committed to growing Pilot’s international business as evidenced in opening offices in Amsterdam and Toronto as well as Logistics operations in Mexico City and Mumbai. Adding international services to our 25,000 sq. ft. D.C. location marks another significant achievement for Pilot and we look forward to serving our customers with this added convenience.”
The D.C. station recently welcomed Paul Peterson to their team, who previously served for ten years in Pilot’s Detroit office. Peterson will be responsible for managing international operations of the D.C. station in conjunction with District Manager Brian Renzella.
Pilot recently celebrated their ninth consecutive quarter with year-over-year revenue growth and celebrated a 24 percent growth in their international business at the end of 2011. In addition to international transportation and logistics services, the Washington D.C. station will offer a full suite of services including air, ocean, ground and logistics capabilities. The station is located at 13884-13886 Park Center Rd., Herndon, Va., 20171.