FLORENCE, Ky. — Legion Logistics has acquired Qontinuity Enterprises, LLC, a third-party logistics brokerage based in Dandridge, Tennessee.
Legion will grow more than 10 percent with the addition of Qontinuity. All operations will be based in Florence, Ky., where Legion has its headquarters. This acquisition is the first step in an ongoing growth plan for Legion.
“We’ve spent the last year talking to many different companies, trying to find one that was the right fit for Legion,” said Lacy Starling, Legion president. “Qontinuity checks all our boxes – they are hardworking, ethical, and knowledgeable and they bring a host of additional services to Legion that we can now offer our customers.”
Qontinuity, founded in 2010 by Michael Archual, is, like Legion, a service disabled veteran-owned small business. They specialize in servicing federal and state government transportation contracts, as well as the automotive and building products industries. Archual will stay on with Legion as their executive director of Business Development.
“I’m excited to join the Legion family, knowing they share my philosophy of putting the customer first and doing what is fair and honest,” said Archual. “I look forward to our continued success together.”
Legion Logistics, LLC is a service disabled veteran-owned third-party logistics provider (3PL) based in Florence, Ky. Founded in 2009, Legion specializes in full truckload, less-than-truckload, government freight, hazardous materials and produce shipping. Learn more at jointhelegion.com.