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Scott Lindner started in the warehousing business in 1992 working for Lindner Warehouse and Distribution. This was the original family business that had been warehousing since the early 70’s. In 1994 Scott started Lindner Logistics. This was done to separate ownership within the family and also to start a non-union operation to keep the family warehousing operations competitive.
Over the last 17 years Scott has expanded Lindner Logistics to 4 facilities with space totaling more than 550,000 square feet. Specialized services ranging from Hazardous Materials to food manufacturing support have been part of his strategy to find some unique niches in the Milwaukee market. A transportation brokerage division along with local transportation services was also added to Lindner’s product offerings.
Scott’s direct involvement in daily operations and management is what enables Lindner Logistics to have the top level of service we boast. Customers appreciate the hands on ownership / involvement that help find the best solutions to the demands of 3rd party relationships.
Scott has made a tremendous effort to push the envelope with technology to make sure his customers and employees have the very best technology available to them. Customers have the ability to monitor and place orders online putting them in complete control of their own inventory and shipments.
His goal for the company is to provide the best value out of Lindner’s 3PL services, and he continues to achieve this with top notch technology, innovation, and dedication to each and every customer. Outside of work Scott enjoys spending time with family and friends.
Scott is married to his wife Michelle since 1997 and has two young daughters Taylor, and Rebecca. He enjoys flying, fishing and snowmobiling. Scott enjoys spending most of his free time with his family and friends at home or the family places in Canada and Florida.