C.R. England acquires Dynalink Systems

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Los Angeles-based Dynalink Systems recently announced the merging of its business with Salt Lake City-based England Logistics, a subsidiary of C.R. England. Through C.R. England’s acquisition of a controlling interest in Dynalink, Dynalink has become part of the C.R. England family of companies, effective Jan. 1. Terms were not announced.

Dynalink is a global third-party logistics company specializing in supply chain management and international ocean and air forwarding, along with other logistics services. “We have looked to international opportunities, particularly in China, as an engine that will fuel growth in the U.S.,” says Sean Snow, England Logistics president. “By moving upstream into China, we will be able to ensure that we control freight flows from origin to destination.”

Dynalink, founded by Jack and Maureen Chen in 1992, has offices in Los Angeles, Chicago, New York and several locations throughout China. Jack Chen feels the merger with England Logistics provides numerous benefits for both Dynalink’s and England’s customers.

“Merging with C.R. England will bring customers the benefits of continued personalized attention combined with greater domestic and international resources and capacity, as well as a comprehensive solution for complete supply chain management services,” he says. “With our strength in international air and ocean forwarding and England’s strength in U.S.-based transportation services, we’ve added further value to our customer relationships.”