N&M Transfer began as a cartage carrier in 1964
serving the cities of Neenah and Menasha, Wisconsin.
A new direction was established for the company in
1980 when our company's chairman assumed leadership of
N&M. His concept was to implement controlled growth
into a geographic area capable of being served overnight
from our centralized distribution center in Neenah.
N&M has continued to grow over the years. In 1988 we
began serving every point in Wisconsin and Upper Michigan.
In 1992 we began serving the major markets in the state
of Minnesota. Eastern Iowa was opened up to next day service
in 1999. In April of 2001, N&M started serving the northern
2/3 of Illinois and in the fall of 2008 the northern 2/3
of Indiana was added to N&M's direct service area.
N&M Transfer is a regional less than truckload carrier
headquartered in Neenah, WI. We specialize in providing next
day deliveries to all points within our direct service area.
With a modern, company owned fleet of over 300 tractors and 450
trailers, N&M Transfer consistently achieves an on time
delivery percentage above 99%. We're so confident in our ability
to perform, we guarantee our service.
Freight traveling throughout the N&M system is handled
once at our distribution center in Neenah. Less handling gives
us the control necessary to achieve our high level of on time
service and results in a claims ratio well below the industry
average. This means your product will get to its intended
destination on time and in one piece.
Everybody preaches it, promises it, professes to be best at it.
When you cut through it, service
is something you can't hold
in your hand. It's intangible.
To N&M Transfer, service
means your shipment will be
delivered intact, on time.
The more we invest in resources to do the job - electronic
bar coding, automated pallet racking systems, state of the art
mobile communication and a preventive maintenance program
that's second to none - the more efficiently our people get
your product from one place to another.
Still, even the most expensive things won't last. We
continually test and experiment to replace yesterday's
technology with something better today.
One thing that remains constant is the more service we give,
the more business we get.