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Lynden International expands global network with new office in Newfoundland

Posted on Wed, Feb 25, 2015

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SEATTLE – Lynden International, a full-service freight forwarding and logistics company, announces the opening of a new Service Center in St. John’s, Newfoundland. The new location adds a strategic link to Lynden’s extensive global network and will help meet the increasing demand for transportation and logistics in the region. District Operations Manager Jim Giles will manage the office, which will offer a direct connection between Houston, Texas, and the island to support its growing oil and gas industry.

“We are excited about the opportunity to introduce the Lynden International name and brand of service to the Eastern Canada market. Our experience and expertise in the oil and gas, fishing and mining industries are a perfect fit with the logistics and transportation needs of Newfoundland and Labrador,” says Rob Clarke, International Business Development Director in Canada. “In addition to offering air, ocean and expedited ground services, Lynden’s team of licensed customs brokers and experienced staff provide international import and export services, customized solutions and a variety of multi-modal capabilities through its sister companies.”

The St. John’s office is located at 40 Commonwealth Ave., Suite 110 in Mount Pearl; telephone 709-368-8678.

Lynden International is one of the Lynden family of companies whose combined capabilities include worldwide air and ocean forwarding, third-party logistics, trade show shipping, shipping to Alaska, truckload and less-than-truckload transportation, scheduled barges to Alaska and Hawaii, charter barges., intermodal bulk chemical hauls, scheduled and chartered Hercules L-382 cargo aircraft and multi-modal logistics. Lynden companies are repeat winners in the annual Quest for Quality awards presented by Logistics Management magazine.

Tags: Lynden International, Freight forwarding, Canada, Logistics, Texas

Lynden International and Lynden Transport combine offices in Dallas

Posted on Thu, Jan 30, 2014

Lynden Transport TruckLynden International and Lynden Transport have combined offices in Dallas to offer customers a total transportation solutions package. Lynden International is a full-service freight forwarding and logistics company and Lynden Transport provides truckload and less-than-truckload (LTL) services throughout the Lower 48, Alaska and the oil patch areas of Western Canada.

"Combining the two companies under one roof allows us to meet all of our customers' transportation, forwarding and logistics needs," says Dallas District Manager Kyle Fisher. "Lynden International and Lynden Transport have each had offices in the Dallas market and served customers here for many years. This combined service center will allow us to work more efficiently and coordinate our services. It also gives us the capabilities to provide additional services and products to help existing customers and to offer a full suite of services to new customers – especially those in the oil and energy sector."                                  

The Lynden office, located at 1319 S. Beltline Road, is centrally located between major freeways with easy access to Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport. In addition to truck transportation offered by Lynden Transport, Lynden International offers import and export services, customs brokerage and the capabilities of Lynden's worldwide forwarding and logistics network.

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Tags: Lynden International, Lynden Transport, Texas

From Alaska to Texas: Kyle Fisher named Lynden International District Manager in Dallas

Posted on Wed, Aug 01, 2012

Lynden International announced the promotion of Kyle Fisher to District Manager at the Dallas Service Center. Fisher will develop domestic and international business and manage sales and operations for the freight forwarding company.

A seven-year veteran of Lynden, Fisher was previously Service Center Manager at Lynden International's sister company, Lynden Transport, in Kenai, Alaska. In 2011, he was named to the "Top 40 under 40" list (page 18 of the PDF) of noteworthy young professionals in Alaska. Fisher was elected to the Soldotna City Council, served as the President of the Kenai Chamber of Commerce, the Vice President of the Kenai Watershed Forum and was Vice President of the Kenai Chapter of the Alaska Support Industry Alliance.

"We're excited to have Kyle on board in Dallas. This is a market with tremendous potential for oil and energy, and Kyle's background in Alaska fits well with our strategic direction there," says Dennis Mitchell, Lynden International Vice President Oil and Gas. "Kyle's experience at Lynden Transport will have a positive impact on our success in Dallas."

"I look forward to the opportunities the market holds for Lynden International in Dallas as well as getting to know the experienced staff," Fisher says.

Tags: Lynden International, Lynden employees, Texas

Shipping by day, Singing by night.

Posted on Thu, May 20, 2010

Billed as the newest voice in Texas music, Lynden International Import Agent Carl Fendley spends his days coordinating imports at the Houston station and his nights playing area clubs like "Numbers." His first single, "Best Part of Me," is in rotation on internet radio stations and is available on itunes, Amazon and Napster. Carl's music is a mix of honky tonk with a laid-back island sound.

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He celebrates two years with Lynden next month and says, "I have been truly blessed since I have been at Lynden with the birth of my twins last year and a great supervisor in Vickie Gould."
Carl grew up in the small Texas town of Cleveland and taught himself to play guitar at age 7. In his teen years he played the local club circuit of Houston in a rock band. After the band broke up, Carl went to community college followed by a year off to work in the oil fields. He later joined the U.S. Army and it was during his four-year stint that he started to write songs.

After his discharge, he got together with his old band and formed "Solid Oak," an acoustic alternative rock band. In the following years, he played in other bands and is now trying to make it on his own as a professional songwriter. Listen in on Carl's website, www.carlfendley.com.

Carl and his wife, Amie, celebrated the first birthday of their twin son and daughter, Jagger and Jules, on April 27. Carl also has three stepchildren, Alex, Kyle and Lillie. "I just sent three demos to a Texas record label, but I'm taking things slow," he says. "My twins just turned one, and my duty as daddy comes first."

Carl Fendley

Tags: Lynden International, Lynden employees, Texas

Heavy haul capabilities increased with new equipment

Posted on Tue, May 04, 2010

Canadian Lynden Transport stepped up service in February with the addition of a 60-ton step deck to its fleet. The new trailer is 3,000 pounds lighter than the one currently in service, but can carry more weight -- approximately 10 tons more. It has an expanding axle system to handle heavy haul loads over the Alcan and a lower floor height so drivers can haul taller loads than before.

Heavy haul trailer

Now that the Tok Bridge replacement is done, trucks can carry more weight on the Alaska Highway. The new trailer couldn't have come at a better time. Oil field customers can use versatile new equipment like this for drill rig moves between Alberta, B.C. and the Port of Houston. Home base for the new step deck is Edmonton so it can fan out to any location for customer use.

From the Lynden Archives: The article was originally written in March 2010. 

Tags: Heavy Haul, Step deck trailer, Alcan Highway, Texas, Canadian Lynden Transport

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