Western US package delivery company GSO has officially changed its name to General Logistics Systems US – three years after the business was acquired by international delivery group GLS.
GLS-US CEO, Randall Swart said, “Over the past year, GSO has gone through many exciting changes, and we remain committed to providing the best service to our valued customers. In 2020, we will celebrate 25 years doing what we love — delivering packages as an extension of our customers’ businesses.”
GLS acquired California-based GSO in October 2016. Since then, the two companies have worked seamlessly to integrate systems. The conversion to GLS reflects shared values between the two companies – reliability, security, transparency, flexibility and sustainability.
GLS US continues to expand and provide Priority Overnight, Ground and Freight delivery services throughout the western USA. It has 2,300 US employees, 48 depots, two hubs and a customer service center to support more than 20,000 customers.
“Throughout the years, our service offerings and technology have evolved based on the needs of our customers,” Swart said. “We are committed to continue making improvements to ensure the best shipping experience possible. We’re growing quickly and are committed to living up to our reputation of providing all our customers with the same excellent delivery and customer service standards we’ve built over the years.”