Logistics Companies Must Shore Up Business Foundations to Keep on Trucking
By Rob Adams, Chairman, JGS Resources LLC
While many important economic indicators for the country are being touted as the 2020 election approaches, one thing is certain and almost universally agreed upon: the $800 billion trucking industry is facing numerous headwinds, including some that are self-inflicted.
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Rob Adams is chairman of JGS Resources LLC, an Atlanta-based transaction advisory firm for the logistics, waste management, and staffing industries. He previously provided interim leadership for private equity portfolio companies while with EVE Partners, an investment bank specializing in transportation and logistics, and held various operational leadership roles with Waste Management Inc. in the U.S. and Europe. Adams holds a bachelor’s degree in accounting from Auburn University and an MBA from Wake Forest University, and is a CPA.