August 19, 2014

Arrow Stage Lines launches consulting division

Neb.-based Arrow Stage Lines officially released a new brand, Arrow Nationwide Logistics (ANGL). The company announced the addition of the brand to the Arrow lineup on August 1 and made it available to the public on August 11.

“We are thrilled with this new venture, here at Arrow. We have pioneered a concept that will help us better serve our clients and bring business back into the industry,” said Luke Busskohl, chief operations officer.

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ANGL is a stand-alone brand that operates nationwide. By providing clients with ground transportation solutions, ANGL works to find top tier transportation companies around the nation to serve clients’ needs. Basically, anywhere you cannot find Arrow, ANGL has a safe, comparable alternative ready. Clients simply need to provide dates of travel, destinations and an itinerary, according to the company.

“The main idea behind ANGL is to provide people with a less confusing, easier way to travel outside our areas and all over the nation,” said Busskohl. “Choosing the right company can always be confusing and sometimes a gamble. We help decision makers and everyday people remove the uncertainty.”

According to Arrow, the ANGL brand has been in the development phases for roughly two years.

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