Illinois-based RJW Logistics Group recently relocated its Bentonville office a short distance to a larger footprint.
The company’s 2,100-square-foot office at 111 W. Central Ave. is across the street from its previous 1,400-square-foot office at 110 W. Central Ave.
A company spokeswoman said the new office will accommodate growth of RJW’s strategic new hires focused on business development, expanded sales team and also offer a space for prospective customer entertainment and networking events.
Greg Forbis, who worked for Walmart Inc. for 30 years before joining RJW in 2019, heads the supplier support office in Bentonville.
RJW specializes in less-than-truckload consolidation services for consumer packaged goods suppliers that sell their products to large, national retailers. The company’s services include asset-based transportation, logistics and warehousing.
RJW is headquartered in the Chicago suburb of Woodridge. Ron Williamson founded the business in 1981. His son, Kevin Williamson, became CEO in 2010.
Mason Wells, a private equity firm in Wisconsin, acquired RJW from the Williamson family in 2019.