Roadrunner Transportation opens Seattle office

Freeman Staff

Oct. 12, 2015

CUDAHY — A division of Roadrunner Transportation Systems will open a new office in the Seattle area in order to expand the scope and level of its international freight forwarding and Customs brokerage services for global supply chains.

The office for Marisol International will be located within the newly formed Northwest Seaport Alliance. The location will allow Marisol to benefit from the collaboration between the ports of Seattle and Tacoma, according to the announcement. The NWSA alliance is the third largest trade gateway in North America, with international two-way trade from NWSA ports totaling $73.6 billion in 2014.

“The strategic positioning of the new Seattle location will help to support and sustain the steady growth of Marisol International by enhancing current service levels as well as providing new opportunities to strengthen our company’s logistics capabilities,” said Micah Holst, president of Marisol International, in a statement.