Agmark shipped its first load of milk from Wisconsin to Florida by rail in 1988. This event marked a turning point in the history of shipping highly perishable foods by rail, and Agmark has since proven to be an industry leader and pioneering innovator in intermodal shipping.
After that initial milk shipment in a solitary tank container, Agmark began shipping orange juice from Florida to Chicago. After rapidly expanding to include other liquid products, Agmark was shipping from coast to coast by the 1990’s. Agmark has since extended its operations to include bulk liquid tank shipping on every continent.
Agmark Logistics continues to offer innovation in bulk liquid transport by tirelessly finding new and improved ways to meet the industry’s growing international tanker shipping needs. Agmark provides its customers with the flexible and environmentally sustainable transportation options they need to participate in global commerce.