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|Founded||South San Francisco, California (1991)|
Number of locations
|35 facilities (2018)|
633 drop boxes (2018)
|Robert E. Humphrey (President)|
(Senior VP of Sales and Operations)
(VP of Marketing and Public Relations)
(VP of Information Technology)
(VP of Quality Assurance)
(VP of Human Resources)
(Chief Financial Officer)
(Chief Administrative Officer)
|Divisions||OnTrac (Overnight Division) |
OnTrac is a logistics company that contracts regional shipping services in the Western United States. The company was founded in California in 1991 and expanded to seven additional states: Arizona, Nevada, Oregon, Washington, Utah, Colorado and Idaho. Initial customers were document shippers that sought an alternative to overnight delivery in California versus national carriers. Their current service area serves over 65 million consumers, or 20% of the United States population. OnTrac is a privately held company.
OnTrac was originally called California Overnight and was formed from acquisitions of several small Canadian and American courier companies.
OnTrac owns and operates three divisions that provide logistics services.
The Overnight Division of OnTrac operates in the eight largest states in the Western U.S.: California, Arizona, Nevada, Oregon, Washington, Utah, Colorado, and Idaho. The Overnight division of OnTrac provides priority, express, and ground parcel logistics services.
In February 2008, California Overnight changed its name to OnTrac to accommodate the expanding delivery footprint of the company.
On September 1, 2011, OnTrac added the major metropolitan areas of Colorado to its Overnight Division's service area. This grew the Overnight Division to seven states, and added 3,641,453 people to its service area. In March 2013 the major metropolitan areas of Idaho were added, as well.
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