Interide Logistics teams with Goal Zero to Help Victims of Hurricane Sandy. Much Needed Supplies Will Assist Victims and Emergency Personnel

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Interide Logistics sends trucks full of supplies and equipment to hurricane ravaged east coast

Interide Holdings, an asset-based provider of transportation, logistics and factoring services, and Goal Zero, a manufacturer of solar powered equipment, have teamed up to provide relief for victims of Hurricane Sandy.

Interide has provided a truck, 53 foot trailer and driver to deliver a truckload of solar powered equipment for emergency personnel to assist in the relief of Hurricane Sandy.

Sean Snow, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Interide Holdings, quickly mobilized the equipment and resources necessary to get supplies on their way to the New York – New Jersey area. “Over 7 million homes and businesses are without power along the east coast and New England area, and we want to do all we can to help people cope with devastation the hurricane has caused,” noted Mr. Snow. “Working with Goal Zero, we hope the shipment of solar powered devices will help some of the people who are without power during this difficult time.”

“We want to help as many people as we can, as quickly as we can,” said Joe Atkin, President and CEO of Goal Zero. “Our products give people the power they need to run lights, stay connected, and power critical life-saving equipment.”

About Interide Holdings
Interide Holdings, a privately held company based in Salt Lake City, Utah, is an asset-based third-party logistics company utilizing an employee and agent network to provide logistics and transportation services to shippers throughout North America. Interide offers decades of experience in matching cargoes, carriers, and equipment with fair prices and superior service. Interide’s dedicated workforce and state-of-the-art information technology deliver value-added transportation solutions for customers, carriers, and agents. For more information, please visit

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