At Corps Logistics we provide field-tested, military-grade transportation for bike-share system implementation and operations. We care deeply about our country, and remain dedicated to each and every American community we serve. Our team truly lives by our mission statement “To make a Difference”, and are committed to providing the most dependable, safe and efficient service available. We recognize that each client we serve is unique, and requires an individually tailored transportation logistics plan that suits their needs.
Our company values reflect those that we learned and embodied while serving in the military:
• Service before self
• Excellence in all we do
We are a family of Military Veterans who apply unparalleled military-grade logistics expertise to provide safe and reliable transportation to the public. Our U.S. operations began in 2015 with the culmination of our exceptional team of qualified veterans, people who have led teams when it mattered the most: defending the United States of America.
At Corps Logistics, we are dedicated to providing America’s safest, most efficient transportation logistics service. As in military logistics, we recognize that people come first, which is why our service revolves around guaranteeing the highest standards of user safety and security in transit. It is through this philosophy that we have been able to bring our client-first logistics solutions to the communities and clients that we serve. We make sure to carefully analyze each community’s particular layout, as well as our users’ lifestyles, and then we build a system that conforms to their particular needs. Our team of dedicated veterans are willing to work with anyone requiring logistical support.
First Sergeant Jim Duffney, CEO & Founder, is the owner and founder of Corps Logistics. He also serves currently in the New Jersey Air National Guard specializing in military operations. He is committed to ensuring that the Corps Logistics family is comprised of veterans with proven logistics expertise.
Jim Duffney has over 35 years of military experience serving in the U.S. Navy and U.S. Air Force, and has provided logistics services to the U.S. Department of Defense, U.S. Military, and private industry. Through his enduring service, he has participated in numerous missions abroad, including “Operation Enduring Freedom”.
Prior to heading Corps Logistics, Mr. Duffney was the Liaison to the U.S. Department of Defense for MILSPRAY Technologies, a combat readiness solutions company. Through this position he served as the point of contact for contracting, business development and logistical operations.
Between 1993 and 2013, Mr. Duffney worked for True Manufacturing as Sales and Operations Manager for Canadian and U.S. Markets. He averaged $10 million in annual sales, as well as managed the logistics of capital purchases. Additionally, he planned, developed and implemented a warranty program for Coca-Cola Canada, and supported by 450 service agents he minimized down-time of equipment by more than 70%. That same warranty program was later adopted by the company, and is now used internationally by True Manufacturing. Previously, Mr. Duffney worked for Pepsi Cola Bottling Company in New Jersey, where he was responsible for logistical support of over $20 million of equipment assets and managed 200 unionized service technicians.
Corps Logistics is proud to have a team comprised of qualified veterans, people who have gained unparalleled experience while serving the United States of America. Our employees do not simply apply their military experience to provide exceptional service, but they do this with a level of conviction and efficiency that can only be learned through military training. The testimonial of Zack Hires, one of Corps Logistics’ employees and former member of the United States Air Force, embodies our company philosophy:
"When I returned home from serving my country, I had no real direction or goals in life. I was interested in work that was similar to what I did in the military, but wasn’t sure how to make that happen. This all changed when I met someone that helped put me in the right direction: First Sergeant Jim Duffney. Mr. Duffney introduced to me his company called Corps Logistics. It's a company built solely on helping veterans, like me, find a direction, work, and a better life. Mr Duffney showed me a path that was not only meaningful in my own eyes, but also important to the environment and community. I am very grateful and lucky to have found this opportunity”.