IMC Companies News
For IMC drivers, our mechanics serve two main purposes. They are the invaluable people who maintain and repair our equipment AND they are central to the way IMC works. One such mechanic is Jacques. For Jacques, being a mechanic is a labor of love – and being at IMC is a family tradition. His mother, Jacqueline, […]
Jim Gillis, president of the Pacific Region for IMC, recently shared how we’re making a large investment in hydrogen trucks in California. The investment comes ahead of January 1, 2024, after which only zero-emission vehicles (ZEVs) will be added to the Port Drayage Truck Registry. We invite you to read the article on the investment […]
With the 2024 CARB mandate looming, Jim Gillis, president of the Pacific Region of IMC, and company driver, Ariel R., discuss the challenges of working California’s ports with an electric truck. Read more on their interview with Overdrive HERE.
Joel Tracy, IMC’s Chief Information Officer, spoke to the Daily Memphian about a program called Upskill Midsouth that he is the chairman of. To read more about how Upskill-South is preparing the next generation of workers, click HERE.
IMC, the largest marine drayage provider in the nation, has broken ground on a new facility in Mobile, AL. The new location, at 5627 Todd Acres Drive, a 12-acre development including office space, parking for trucks and storage for wheeled containers and chassis. This new, centrally located facility is near the Port of Mobile and […]
It’s no surprise that drivers trust their fellow drivers. After all, who else could understand the unique challenges and rewards that come with the job. For this reason, when it came time to put together our orientation video to welcome new drivers to the IMC family, we turned to YOU! We wanted our experienced drivers […]
With the ever-fluctuating cost of diesel fuel on the west coast, Transport Topics discusses what may be causing it with Jim Gillis. To read the full article, click HERE.
Jim Gillis sits down with Business Insider to discuss what the reality is with electric vehicles. IMC’s California operation operates 230+ diesel rigs, but is steadily adding electric vehicles to that fleet to continue to comply with the states new rules. To read the full article click HERE.
The most recent Memphis Business Journal ‘Top Family-Owned Businesses’ list. With over 800 employees, IMC is in the second place slot.