Where is Ryder Corporate office Headquarters

Ryder Headquarters Address and Contact

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  • Address: 3001 NW 87th Ave, Miami, FL 33172, USA
  • Phone Number: +1 305-599-0161
  • Fax Number: N/A
  • Email: N/A
  • Number of Employees: N/A
  • Established: 1933
  • Founder: James Ryder
  • Key People: Robert E. Sanchez, (President & CEO)

Ryder Headquarters Location & Directions

Ryder Headquarters Executive Team



Robert E. Sanchez

Chairman & CEO

Art A. Garcia

Executive VP & CFO

Dennis C. Cooke

President of Global Fleet Management Solutions

About Ryder, History and Headquarters Information

Ryder was incorporated in Miami, Florida in 1933 by James Ryder. It began as a concrete hauling company with one truck, a 1931 Model "A" Ford. After some years, they widened their focus and started leasing. Ryder System was launched as a public corporation in 1955. By the 1960s and 1970s, they started expansion into the distribution and supply chain markets. In 2008, Ryder obtained three regional competitors: Pollock, Lily Transportation, and Gator Leasing.

Ryder System, Inc. provides commercial transportation, logistics, and supply chain management solutions. It provides its services and products to all its customers throughout North America, Europe, and Asia. Ryder Fleet Management Solutions (FMS) offers fuel and safety, truck rentals, maintenance, used vehicle sales, leasing services in order to help customers so that they can deliver top-line service with bottom-line savings and one-stop simplicity. Ryder Supply Chain Solutions (SCS) handles the flow of goods starting from obtaining raw materials to the delivery of finished products. Ryder Dedicated offers turnkey transportation solutions that combine vehicles, drivers, routing and scheduling to help businesses run lean, stay safe and increase agility. This company’s business is sub-divided into three segments: Fleet Management Solutions, Supply Chain Solutions, and Dedicated Contract Carriage.

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  • M mcdowell says:

    Your Tampa hub is slow unprofessional and messy

  • Jack Richter says:

    As a retired California new car auto dealer I would have to rate your truck sale’s CSI scale far below zero.

  • Shane Green says:

    I’m a truck driver in Iowa for Ryder and we are all concerned that we were made essential workers early during this covid-19 pandemic but haven’t received no type of hazard pay. Are we going to receive some type of compensation for being a Frontline essential workers?

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