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Harrison Logistics Network
The Power of Community
Who We Are
The Harrison Logistics Network (HLN), established in 2023 and headquartered in Houston, TX, is a global logistics network comprised of hand-selected freight forwarders working to offer supply chain and end-to-end logistics solutions globally while solving challenges and improving operations.
Found in major gateways and logistics hubs around the world, HLN members maintain high standards of quality, conduct, and business practices enabling the network to compete with multinational logistics companies on a global scale.
We are dedicated to providing a space for world leaders in freight and logistics to work together to develop and deliver world-class solutions. HLN service offerings include: air freight, ocean freight, rail and road, freight forwarding, turn-key project solutions, logistics planning, express deliveries, and warehousing & distribution.
Partners & Programs
Annual Membership Conference
HLN Members can look forward to future Annual Membership Conferences where they can meet their fellow members, develop contacts, discuss current and future business, and more!
We anticipate hosting the FIRST in-person membership conference in 2025, but we are currently exploring other avenues to bring the members together. Please stay tuned for more details.
Important HLN News announcements will be updated here as they're announced. Check back for the latest in member announcements, partnership updates, etc. to stay up-to-date!
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This Day in History
Leap Day: February 29th, known as Leap Day, occurs every four years to synchronize the calendar with the Earth's orbit around the sun. This intercalary day is added to ensure that the calendar year remains in alignment with the astronomical year. Leap Day has been celebrated and observed in various cultures throughout history, often with special traditions and superstitions.
1692: During the Salem Witch Trials in 1692, February 29th served as a notable date when warrants were issued for the arrest of Sarah Good and Sarah Osborne, two women accused of witchcraft in Salem, Massachusetts. The trials would ultimately result in the execution of numerous individuals and remain a cautionary tale of mass hysteria and injustice.
1940: On February 29, 1940, Hattie McDaniel made history by becoming the first African American to win an Academy Award, winning the Best Supporting Actress category for her role in 'Gone with the Wind.' McDaniel's groundbreaking win marked a significant milestone in Hollywood's recognition of African American talent and paved the way for greater diversity in the film industry.
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