Where is Xpo Logistics Corporate office Headquarters

Xpo Logistics Headquarters Address and Contact

  • Address: 5 American Ln, Greenwich, CT 06831, USA
  • Phone Number: +1 855-976-6951
  • Fax Number: +1 888-890-3874
  • Email: [email protected]
  • Number of Employees: 95000
  • Established: 1989
  • Founder: Michael Welch and Keith Avery
  • Key People: Bradley S. Jacobs (Chairman & CEO) John J. Hardig (CFO)

Xpo Logistics Headquarters Location & Directions

Xpo Logistics Headquarters Executive Team

Name

Title

Bradley Jacobs

Chief Executive Officer

Josephine Berisha

Global Compensation and Benefits(Senior Vice President)

Tony Brooks

Less-Than-Truckload – North America (President)

Richard Cawston

Managing Director, Supply Chain – Europe  

Ashfaque Chowdhury

Supply Chain – Americas and Asia Pacific (President)

Luis-Angel Gomez Izaguirre

Managing Director, Transport – Europe

John Hardig

Chief Financial Officer

Mario Harik

Chief Information Officer

Christophe Haviland

Senior Vice President, Sales, Transport – Europe

Tavio Headley

Director, Investor Relations

Meghan Henson

Chief Human Resources Officer

Charles Hitt

Last Mile – North America (President)

Erin Kurtz

Senior Vice President, Communications

About Xpo Logistics, History and Headquarters Information

History

Xpo Logistics was founded in the year 1989. The company has been operational for 30 years now. The founders of the company were Keith Avery and Michael Welch. The former name of the company was Express-1 Expedited Solutions. In the year 2011, the company was taken over by an American businessman known as Bradley Jacobs. Bradley Jacobs had taken the role of both the company’s CEO and chairman. The name of the company was also changed in the year 2006, to the current company’s name.

In the year 2012, the company opened its operations centre in Charlotte, NC, USA. The same year, the company also became a limited public company as well. By the year 2016, the company was qualified as one of the Fortune 500 companies in the USA, in terms of both factors - being one of the fastest growing and also in terms of revenue as well. As of the year 2018, the company was ranked at number 186, among all the other Fortune 500 companies. The headquarters of the company is based in 5 Greenwich Office Park. The name of the place is Greenwich, while the name of the state is Connecticut, USA. The pin code of the area is 06831.

About

Xpo Logistics is an American company that focuses on providing various kinds of logistics and transportation services, to its customers and also consumers as well. The current CEO and chairman of the company are Bradley Jacobs. As of the year 2018, the total revenue generated by the company is more than $17.2 billion. Also, the number of employees working at the company, as of the year 2019, is more than 100,000. The company has its services provided in around 32 countries worldwide and has over 50,000 customers - which includes 69 Fortune 500 companies as well.

Services

The primary services provided by the company include allowing customers, clients and companies to obtain logistics and transportation services offered, including contract logistics, freight forwarding, freight brokerage, last-mile logistics, intermodal transportation, etcetera. The company also aids in supply chain logistics services as well.

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  • Anymous says:

    Xpo in Schertz Texas . Bad management especially the assistant operations manager. She is sleeping with a contractor because his trucks are always running. She does a lot of favors for him . Her name is Alexis Detiveaux. Doesn’t know how to be a good manager. They have a lot of people working there that can’t speak English.

     
  • Hillary says:

    On 03/17/20, I was supposed to receive an order between 3:30 pm and 7:30 pm EST. I received a notification that morning at 8:54 am EST that my delivery was loaded and en-route. At 7:30 pm, still no delivery or communication from the driver. I proceed to call the customer service line and the person tells me they can’t get a hold of the driver, but they sent the person a direct message to call me. They told me to call back if I didn’t receive a phone call from the driver within 30 minutes. I call back 30 minutes later because I did not receive a phone call. The person tells me they will send another direct message to the driver and that they conduct deliveries until 9:00 pm EST. At 9:00 pm EST, still no delivery. I call back and they tell me there is still a possibility the driver will complete the delivery. They couldn’t give me a time frame though. Today, 03/18, I call back at 8:30 am EST, they still can’t get a hold of the driver!!! The driver hasn’t taken my delivery back to the warehouse yet, so they don’t know where my delivery is. I ask to talk to the warehouse so I can pick up the delivery myself. Sorry, we can’t give out the warehouse number. This company is awful. I still don’t know where my delivery is and I will be contacting your corporate headquarters and leaving consistent bad reviews on all social and web outlets. I also be contacting the Better Business Bureau. I’ll post again when I finally get my order.

     
  • Bossy B says:

    Good afternoon,

    Please be advised that XPO has a lot of illegal people delivering for them. Some of the guys don’t have social security numbers nor do they have the proper paper work to work there. One of the offices that has this problem is the one located 6311B Ammendale Rd Beltsville MD 20705. That whole office need to be investigated starting with management and the driver’s paperwork.

     
  • Lisa says:

    XPO is a company of liers and scam artists. They picked up a 3 crates from our moving company in Portland, OR On DEC.23, 2019 to be delivered to us in Denver Co. Two of the 3 crates arrived on Jan.2. The third crate has been lost since then. We believe it was lost in Pasco, WA but with lie after lie they have passed the buck to their location in Henderson, CO who have now continued the lie for 2 days. NOT ONE PERSON can tell us where the crate is – after telling us multiple times in a 2 day period it was “out for delivery” it is now totally missing, AGAIN. It is now JANUARY 10, 2020. I thought they were just incompetent but now I realize its all a big scam, they lost the crate weeks ago and have been hoping we would just file a claim with our movers and leave them out of it. Nope. I’m not going to leave it alone, they will regret messing with us by the time I’m done.

     
  • wolf says:

    Company is nothing but a fraud. Ordered some dog kennels from Utah with delivery to my residence. The pallet was oversized and very heavy (needing equiptment to off-load)

    Company showed-up with a undersized pallet jack and no way of getting this pallet off his truck. XPO expect me to offload when they were contracted for home delivery.

    The driver was shocked at what he had to offload…

     
  • Katrina says:

    LOAD 7709650
    Can’t get broker MARCUS WATSON 312-361-0870 to email us the Revised Rate Con with added detention (with 3am appt unloaded only at 2pm same day, 11 hours delay) and lumper fees. (unloading pictures and receipt provided at once). The broker will not reply to our emails, never at the office, never returns our calls, his co-workers are not able to send the Revised Rate Con for him either. Please HELP!!!

     
  • Theron says:

    I purchased a mattress at SAM’s Club. I was told I would be called to schedule delivery. I missed a call on a Friday, and before I could return the call, I received a robot call that delivery would be Monday between 10 and 2 and I would be called 30 minutes before delivery. They showed up at 1:30 without calling. The driver stayed in the truck. The other man put on dirty feet covers to come in the house. He smelled of alcohol. He was dirty and sloppy. I did not have my foundation set up yet, so I asked them which is the better way to store the mattress until I get my foundation — on the side or flat on the floor. He did not know, so I asked for 5 minutes while I called the SAMs bed specialist. One minute later he was ringing my doorbell, waving his arms and said, “You should have already had this decided.” I told him I waited all day for him, got no phone call, and he cannot wait five minutes for me to make a phone call. He said, “You can refuse the order” which he had already now repeated three times. This service includes haul away and going up to two flights of stairs, neither of which I required. But he refused to wait five minutes.

     
  • Jim says:

    I was MF’d by one of their delivery drivers and when asked for the name of his supervisor I was told it was “peter eater”. I have filed a complaint but no one can seem to find the employee responsible. I provided the employee’s cell phone number that he called us on.

     
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