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Nov 20, 2017

Three New Members Elected to UniGroup Board

ST. LOUIS (November 20, 2017) – Howard Goldman, Gary Quintalino and Shelly Gipson were each elected to a two-year term on the Board of Directors of UniGroup, the parent company of United Van Lines, Mayflower Transit and other transportation related companies. The election took place during the company’s recent annual Shareholders meeting in Seattle. Goldman is the chief executive officer of United agent Humboldt Storage & Moving, Canton Massachusetts; Quintalino is the chief operating officer of Mayflower agent Active Logistics, Northborough, Massachusetts; and Gipson is the executive vice president of United agent Legacy Transportation Services, Inc., San Jose, California.

Howard Goldman grew up in the moving business and is the third-generation family owner of Humboldt Storage and Moving. Howard has worked in several positions within the company ranging from mover, sales representative, operations manager and sales manager to general manager and now CEO.

Gary Quintalino has more than 40 years of experience in the transportation industry, with the past 35 years focused on the Logistics and Transportation Solutions business lines. A former educator, Gary and his partner, Peter Maloney, founded Active Logistics and became UniGroup shareholders in 1995.

Shelly Gipson has more than 25 years of experience in the industry. She, along with President John Migliozzi and Mike Quinn, founded Legacy Transportation Services in 1990.

About Humboldt Storage & Moving
Humboldt Storage & Moving is an agent of United Van Lines serving the greater Boston area and all of Massachusetts. Humboldt is a family owned business that has been in operation for more than 100 years. Humboldt moves residential and corporate accounts locally, domestically and internationally. The team is dedicated to making the transition to a new home or office an easy and stress free experience. For more information on Humboldt, visit

About Active Logistics
Active Logistics, a Mayflower agent since 1995, has its principle location in Northborough, Massachusetts, and maintains additional locations in Wallingford, Connecticut and White Plains, New York. Active Logistics also owns and operates a UniGroup Logistics agency in the greater Las Vegas, Nevada market. Active is a full-service agent that serves the UniGroup system predominantly as a booker and hauler of domestic and international third-proviso business lines.
Active Logistics’ focus is on providing quality transportation solutions with an emphasis on safety. Active Logistics is committed to providing its clients and the entire UniGroup system with the highest quality service the industry has to offer.

About Legacy Transportation Services, Inc.
Founded in 1990 by a team of dedicated, innovative and experienced professionals, Legacy has become the industry's leading provider of a range of specialized high-value transportation and logistics services worldwide with a service commitment that is second to none. Services include high-value product and trade show transportation, mobile exhibits, air freight, international logistics, rigging and installation, warehousing and crating. Legacy is headquartered in San Jose, California, with additional offices and warehouses in Southern California; Chicago, Illinois and Reno and Las Vegas, Nevada. Legacy is ISO 9001: 2008 certified. Quality processes for the achievement of excellence in customer service is an ongoing imperative with the company’s entire team. For more information on Legacy visit

About UniGroup
UniGroup is a $1.7 billion transportation and relocation services company with headquarters in suburban St. Louis, Mo. In addition to household goods carriers United Van Lines and Mayflower Transit, logistics company UniGroup Logistics and international relocation providers UniGroup Worldwide Moving and Sterling, UniGroup owns other subsidiaries that provide good and services to professional movers.



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