MegaCorp Logistics Named to 2017 Grant Thornton North Carolina 100®
MegaCorp has been named to the 2017 Grant Thornton North Carolina 100® (NC100) list, which ranks the state’s largest private companies by revenue. The complete list was released in the October issue of Business North Carolina and can be viewed at GrantThornton.com/NC100.
“We are honored to be named to the 2017 Grant Thornton North Carolina 100® list again,” said Ryan Legg, CEO. “This recognition reaffirms our prominence in North Carolina and our commitment to the community. We are proud to be recognized as one of the most innovative, top-performing businesses in our state. We continue to have record breaking weeks this year thanks to the dedication and superior service of our employees, so this award goes to the amazing staff here at MegaCorp Logistics.”
About MegaCorp Logistics
MegaCorp Logistics, founded by Denise and Ryan Legg in 2009, specializes in full truckload shipments (dry van, refrigerated, flat bed, intermodal, etc) and less-than-truckload shipments throughout the US, Canada and Mexico. MegaCorp is committed to creating long-term, strategic partnerships with our customers who range from Fortune 100 companies to smaller, regional manufacturers and distributors. We serve all business sectors of the US economy including (but not limited to) food, retail, government, textiles and metals/building materials. We strive to offer the best to our clients, transportation partners and employees– It’s The Mega Way!
At MegaCorp, we offer great fair pricing backed with great value and reliability. To get a quote, please click here or call us at 877.241.1649.
About Grant Thornton North Carolina 100®
Since 1984, the Grant Thornton North Carolina 100® has ranked the state’s largest private companies by revenue in the most recent fiscal year, based on data provided by the participants. The NC100 is a voluntary list restricted to companies based in North Carolina that do not have publicly traded stock. Companies owned by private equity are permitted. Nonprofits, financial-services companies, health care providers such as hospitals and subsidiaries of corporations are excluded. For more details, visit GrantThornton.com/NC100.