Mountains of Momentum: Symbia Acquires Mountain States Logistics

We’re on the fast track to growth!

  “This merger is a huge win for all parties and most importantly, for all of our customers,” said Rusty Walker, the founding partner of Mountain States Logistics who will now serve as Symbia’s director of rail serve operations.

“This merger is a huge win for all parties and most importantly, for all of our customers,” said Rusty Walker, the founding partner of Mountain States Logistics who will now serve as Symbia’s director of rail serve operations.

In a move to broaden services for our customers and further build out our all-star team, Symbia Logistics recently purchased Mountain States Logistics (MSL), located in Denver, Colo.

With this acquisition, we are multiplying our services and can now provide vertical solutions for our clients, along with extremely competitive pricing. 

Our customers have access to mass distribution and rail-to-truck services, which can save them money in the long run. And perhaps even more important, we offer customized solutions along with personalized customer service. The bottom line is if you have something big, small or otherwise that needs to move, we’ve got ways to get it there. 

“Mountain States Logistics shares our high standards — the needs of their clients have always come before their own, which is exactly how we operate,” said Megan Smith, Symbia Logistics CEO. “For years, they’ve delivered outstanding customer service coupled with inventory integrity and that combination is what spoke to us. It’s the perfect Sybmia-otic relationship, one might say.”

Moving forward, Symbia Logistics absolutely plans to maintain the same level of incredible service that MSL customers have depended on over the years.

“This merger is a huge win for all parties and most importantly, for all of our customers,” said Rusty Walker, the founding partner of Mountain States Logistics who will now serve as Symbia’s director of rail serve operations. “Together we are working to make your dollar go farther — like all the way across the country.”