About New Breed, an XPO Logistics Company
New Breed Logistics transforms the way organizations do business by building intelligent supply chains and providing comprehensive solutions. New Breed manages millions of square feet of ISO-quality warehouse space across more than 70 distribution centers and employs more than 7,000 people worldwide. Services range from distribution center operations and transportation management to highly sophisticated, technology-enabled solutions for product assembly, reverse logistics and repair, lean manufacturing support, materials management, procurement and aftermarket services. Business analytics and process improvement services are supported by a robust technology infrastructure with integrated IT systems for warehouse management, transportation, order management, and supply chain consulting.
Founded in 1968, New Breed became focused on technology-oriented supply chain innovations under the leadership of Louis DeJoy, who joined the company as chairman and chief executive officer in 1983. Mr. DeJoy transformed New Breed from a regional business with 10 employees into the preeminent U.S. provider of complex, industry-defining contract logistics services. He leads XPO’s contract logistic business as divisional chief executive.
New Breed Logistics engineers quality into every solution. We are certified to ISO 9001, AS9100, AS9120, TL9000, ISO/IEC 20000, and ISO14001 quality and environmental standards, putting us a notch above many others in our industry. A dedicated quality team continuously monitors compliance and performance at client operations.
New Breed transformed the supply chains of some of the world’s most respected brands in aerospace, consumer electronics, defense, manufacturing, healthcare, retail and telecommunications. Creative thinking, along with deep industry expertise and a relentless focus on process and results supported by the smart application of technology go into building and managing high performance supply chains that deliver value today, and are ready to adapt to tomorrow’s demands and challenges.