Direct ChassisLink, Inc. (DCLI), the container chassis company that was sold by Maersk earlier this year to the Greenwich, Conn.-based private equity firm Littlejohn, will become a participant and chassis contributor to Consolidated Chassis Management's Chicago and Ohio Valley Consolidated Chassis Pool (COCP) and Gulf Consolidated Chassis Pool (GCCP).
DCLI currently owns or leases about 66,000 chassis and operates in 129 locations located on or near ports and intermodal hubs in the United States.
“We are pleased that DCLI is joining CCM’s pools. DCLI’s entry into our pools will further broaden the chassis provisioning options offered by CCM, expanding its gray chassis pool solution,” said Philip Wojcik, president of CCM.
William J. Shea, chief executive officer of DCLI, said his firm's participation in the CCM pools "will increase flexibility for our customers and supplement
our existing extensive chassis supply network.”
CCM has over 128,000 chassis in six pools across the United States. - Chris Dupin