News and Press

Barnes Named to LEAD ATA Program

October 30, 2013

Selected from a national pool of trucking industry leaders, Larry Barnes, director of operations for Greenbush Logistics, Inc., is one of seventeen participants in the inaugural year-long leadership development program (LEAD ATA) sponsored by the American Trucking Associations and PeopleNet. MORE »

Savoy Elected ATA Chair

October 24, 2013

Kevin Savoy, vice president of logistics for Greenbush Logistics, Inc., was selected by the Alabama Trucking Association to serve as the Chairman of its Board of Directors for a one-year term. MORE »

GLI Receives Third Straight Carrier Excellence Award

June 8, 2009


For the third year in a row, Greenbush Logistics, Inc. (GLI) has been named Carrier of the Year by Owens Corning’s Houston plant.

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GLI Recognized for Excellence for Second Year

June 5, 2008

Greenbush Logistics, Inc. (GLI) has been named Carrier of the Year by Owens Corning’s Houston plant for the second year in a row. MORE »

GLI Announces Expansion

December 20, 2007

Greenbush Logistics, Inc. announced today the addition of two new terminal locations. MORE »

GLI Recognized for Excellence

July 2, 2007

As far as the Owens Corning plant in Houston is concerned, the service delivered by Greenbush Logistics, Inc. (GLI) stands alone. MORE »

Barnes to Head Brokerage Division

November 2, 2006

When Larry Barnes approached Kevin Savoy, vice president of logistics at Abbeville, Ala.-based Greenbush Logistics, Inc. (GLI), he never imagined where it would lead. MORE »

GLI Responds to Hurricane Victims' Needs

December 28, 2005

The devastation and destruction left in the wake of Hurricane Katrina this past August is something that will be hard to forget. The citizens of New Orleans, Biloxi and other towns along the Gulf Coast will live with the reminders of the disaster for many years to come. But Greenbush Logistics, a wholly owned subsidiary of Great Southern Wood Preserving, Inc., has teamed up with the City of Abbeville to reach out a helping hand. MORE »