For 10 years, we’ve had what it takes to keep cargo moving. We still do.
Our History of Growth
Since 2009, DCLI has generated consistent growth through expansion, acquisition, and innovation.
We pioneered the exit of ocean carriers from the chassis business and recently expanded into the domestic market. Today, we serve ocean carriers, motor carriers, beneficial cargo owners, domestic shippers, and NVOCCs.
With over 450 locations on or near key port facilities and intermodal hubs throughout the U.S., we now own or manage more than 226,000 marine and domestic chassis and are the largest intermodal equipment provider in the industry.
Legacy of Success
Our investments in fleet improvements have kept our marine and domestic chassis operating above and beyond industry quality standards. Adding brand new equipment and upgrading chassis to radial tires and LED lights are examples of our strategic commitment to quality. It’s a strategy backed by some of the most experienced logistics and operations professionals in the game.
We’re proud of the legacy we’ve created over the past 10 years and we look forward to decades more of intermodal success.
See How Far We’ve Come
2009 – 2010:
- DCLI was incorporated
- Three primary customers
- First daily rental model started in New Jersey
- 64,000+ chassis
2011 – 2013:
- Acquired by LittleJohn & Co.
- Joined CCM pools
- Built out our daily rental model to all markets
- Became GACP pool manager
- 80,000+ chassis
2014 – 2015:
- Created Pool of Pools in Los Angeles/Long Beach
- Acquired Specialty chassis fleet from Penn Leasing
- Began our investment in radial tire and LED light conversion
- Blume Global investment (formerly REZ-1)
- 117,000+ chassis
- Acquired by EQT Partners
- Expanded into Specialty chassis leasing
- Launched Genset pool
- Formed several off-dock chassis pools
- 136,000+ chassis
2018 – 2019:
- Acquired by Apollo Funds, affiliates of Apollo Global Management
- Acquired Domestic chassis fleet from TRAC Intermodal
- Became world’s largest chassis leasing and pool operating company
- Wells Fargo fleet acquisition
- 230,000+ chassis