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updated: 6/17/2013 10:38 AM

ICT Holdings launches refrigerated division

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ICT Holdings of Glendale Heights recently announced it is expanding its dry van, flatbed and refrigerated truck divisions.

ICT now has a fleet of 30 refrigerated trucks and recently invested in new refrigerated trailers.   The4 company has also grown its flatbed truck fleet to 40 trucks today and looking to expand in 2013.

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Since 2011, the company has grown to over 100 trucks and 140 trailers and sales have grown 427 percent.

"It is our goal to be able to provide any form of transportation to transport any goods, anywhere in the country safer and more reliably than anyone else," said Patrick Sacor, CEO and chairman of ICT Holdings, Inc.  "With the opening of our Arkansas office last year, we are doing just that. Because our refrigerated and flatbed trucks will be running out of our Chicago control center and our Arkansas office, we will be able to provide clients with greater range and the safety and reliability they seek."

ICT plans for further expansion with more satellite offices strategically located across the country.  By having satellite offices, it will make it more manageable for companies to follow government regulations for hours behind the wheel by dropping off loads at the satellite locations, while other drivers pick them up and take them on to their final destinations.  Doing this improves service, increases driver morale and, most importantly, allows ICT to maintain and even increase their top-level safety standards and safety record, while also getting goods delivered on time.

"Now, by adding the refrigerated trucks to our fleet we can deliver even more goods to more people," added Mr. Sacor. "It's a key component of our expansion and growth plans."

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