Executive Briefings

OHL Donates to Nashville Flood Relief Efforts, Urges Logistics Industry to Follow Suit

Global supply chain management company OHL has donated $10,000 to the Nashville Red Cross to help with ongoing relief efforts resulting from flooding throughout Nashville and other parts of Middle Tennessee.

The Tennessee-based third-party logistics services provider urges others in the industry to donate as well. "We applaud all the companies who have already made generous donations for relief efforts," said OHL CEO Scott McWilliams. "We want to encourage all companies and individuals in middle Tennessee as well as companies and individuals in the logistics industry to help those impacted by the recent flooding by making a donation to the Red Cross or other relief efforts."

OHL has established an online fund for its employees to direct gifts to co-workers who sustained damage as a result of the flooding.

Donations can be made to the Nashville Red Cross online at www.nashvilleredcross.org.

Source: OHL

Global supply chain management company OHL has donated $10,000 to the Nashville Red Cross to help with ongoing relief efforts resulting from flooding throughout Nashville and other parts of Middle Tennessee.

The Tennessee-based third-party logistics services provider urges others in the industry to donate as well. "We applaud all the companies who have already made generous donations for relief efforts," said OHL CEO Scott McWilliams. "We want to encourage all companies and individuals in middle Tennessee as well as companies and individuals in the logistics industry to help those impacted by the recent flooding by making a donation to the Red Cross or other relief efforts."

OHL has established an online fund for its employees to direct gifts to co-workers who sustained damage as a result of the flooding.

Donations can be made to the Nashville Red Cross online at www.nashvilleredcross.org.

Source: OHL