Driven to Innovate
Our ability to focus on the long-term gives us the flexibility to meet your demands in this dynamic industry.
Our story began in 1919 as a transportation department for a paper shipper, Fort Howard in Green Bay, WI. By 1997 our sign read Fort James, creating a footprint that expanded into a major multi-channel network, shipping from multiple locations throughout North America. Then our logistics operation further evolved after being acquired by Georgia-Pacific. The journey continued as we became part of Koch Industries in 2005. Our logistics team was once again transformed, in March 2015, into an independent Koch Company, KBX Logistics. Today we are a licensed logistics company with hundreds of employees – and growing.
Our history as a shipper helps us more directly understand how both shippers and carriers think about their freight. This gives KBX Logistics a unique perspective among our 3PL peers. We focus on finding solutions that create greater sustainable value across supply chains for shippers and carriers alike; and ultimately for society overall.
We are on a mission to increase efficiencies and uncover opportunities. Our belief is that an advantage is created when waste is eliminated. More incremental value is naturally created and shared by consuming fewer resources than the competition. KBX Logistics is striving to create solutions that attract quality capacity, reduce costs, increase loaded mileage, improve utilization of assets, and consume less fuel.
KBX Logistics is uniquely positioned to bring the advantages of our philosophy, experience and significant network to our partners; no matter their current size or scale.
Join Our Team
We are expanding our services and currently seek highly motivated individuals to join our team. Our unique business structure is based on values and encourages a focus on the long term, creating diverse opportunities for teammates within KBX Logistics and other Koch businesses.
Amanda Customer Logistics Specialist
KBX Logistics offers an environment where it is not only acceptable to challenge processes, but it is actually expected of you. We all have different backgrounds and experiences so when you get a team of people together, you can always make improvements to our business by challenging the status quo and driving creative destruction.
Derek Assistant Logistics Team Leader
The people are what make KBX Logistics an engaging and enjoyable place to work. We work individually and as a team to challenge each other and come up with innovative solutions on a daily basis…and we have fun doing it.
Andrew Logistics Team Leader
KBX Logistics provides an empowering and encouraging culture where each employee has their own decision rights and ownership of their responsibilities. I love that every day is a different challenge that allows me to view obstacles as opportunities and create real value for our business and customers.
Kyle Transportation Planning Specialist
KBX provides a unique experience in which employees are encouraged to create value by consistently challenging the status quo. In Transportation everything keeps moving and our philosophy of continuous improvement challenges me to change and adapt to make progress in my personal and professional life.
Grace Transportation Planning Specialist
Everywhere you turn at KBX Logistics you’ll run into a hardworking, focused individual. We build relationships, create value, and have fun while doing it. It’s the people here that really make a difference.
Paul Director of Procurement
KBX Logistics is made up of good people. We are overflowing with energy, passion, knowledge and talent. It makes this an exciting place to work.
About KBX Logistics A Koch Company
KBX Logistics is an independent Koch company. Koch Industries, Inc. is one of the largest private companies in America with estimated annual revenues as high as $115 billion, according to Forbes magazine. Koch companies are involved in refining, chemicals, biofuels and ingredients; forest and consumer products; fertilizers; polymers and fibers; process and pollution control equipment and technologies; electronic components; commodity trading; minerals; energy; ranching; glass; and investments.
With a presence in about 60 countries, Koch companies employ more than 100,000 people worldwide. From January 2009 to present, the businesses have earned more than 1,000 awards for safety, environmental excellence, community stewardship, innovation, and customer service.
If you have questions, contact Kelly Taff.