Atlantic Logistics names Hollie Green as Manager of LTL Services
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January 19, 2024

Atlantic Logistics names Hollie Green as Manager of LTL Services

Jacksonville, Fla. – January 9, 2024 - Atlantic Logistics is pleased to announce the hiring of Hollie Green as Manager of LTL Services. She will oversee the third-party logistics (3PL) company’s less-than-truckload,also known as or less-than-load (LTL) shipping services for customers and carriers in small loads to quantities of freight. Green will also be responsible for the growth and development of the newly expanded business division, planning and managing support staff, daily operations, and customer relations.

Her expertise includes more than 22 years of LTL and transportation industry knowledge as an account executive and manager. Green was born and raised in Jacksonville, FL, graduated from the local Paxon High School, and remains a Duval County resident. Additionally, she will be activewith Atlantic Cares, the company’s program to help those in need.

“I'm excited to beginthis new chapter of my career with Atlantic Logistics,” said Green. “Rob Hooper, Jr., CEO, and the team here have really grown the business over thelast few years, and I'm thrilled to help that trend continue.” 

“Hollie brings a deep knowledge of the supply chain industry to an already talented group of team leaders. Her understanding of the LTL business and all the nuances that it requires only strengthens our position for the future. We’re thrilled she chose to continue her career journey with us. With her onboard, the sky’s the limit,” said the company’s Chief Marketing Officer James Crichlow.


Atlantic Logistics provides expedited truckload and partial service on flatbeds, stepdecks, lowbeds, vans, and reefers throughout the United States and Canada. Moving over-dimensional/over-weight freight with specialized equipment, Atlantic Logistics is an approved Department of Defense and General Services Administration broker, qualify as a woman-owned business, and are members of the Transportation Intermediaries Association (TIA), the Transportation Marketing & Sales Association (TMSA), and the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals (CSCMP) and the National Defense Transportation Association (NDTA).

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