Hazel buys first pickup truck and begins contract hauling, making daily deliveries herself.
With the support of Texas Utilities (TXU), Hazel begins to establish operational authority for particular freight lines in Texas.
Hazel’s begins local deliveries around the Dallas/Fort Worth area under our own authority.
Motor Carrier Act deregulates Interstate Trucking.
Hazel’s expands operations beyond pickup trucks to include flatbed trucks and trailers.
Hazel’s incorporates as a Texas Corporation.
Debbie Marshall, Hazel’s daughter, joins the company as Vice President and Secretary/Treasurer.
Regulatory Reform by the State of Texas relaxes restrictions on intrastate trucking.
Hazel’s launches air freight cargo services and offers charter plane service.
Hazel’s is recognized as a Gold Star Provider by Texas Utilities Electric Company
Hazel’s relocates headquarters to accommodate the launch of the Warehouse & Logistics business.
Hazel’s relocates to new headquarters in Carrollton, Texas.
Dustin Marshall, Hazel’s grandson, joins the company as a CEO.
Hazel’s acquires Rosmar Delivery in Houston.
Hazel’s acquires Custom Expediting in Oklahoma City.
Hazel’s acquires Fast Forward in San Antonio, and opens its new terminal there.
Hazel’s acquires TDS Express in Athens, TX.
Ray Murphy joins the team as COO.
Hazel’s closes OK City Office, but adds trucking assets to Athens, Lubbock, and Seguin.
Hazel’s acquires the assets of King Trucking in Austin to expand into Heavy Haul and brings AnyTime Hotshot on the team to service the Permian Basin.
Hazel’s acquires G2G Logistics – a Houston-based trucking company to expand the number of Trucks and Drivers available to Hazel’s current customers.
Hazel’s acquires RSK Transport in Corpus Christi to expand its geographic reach in South Texas and its equipment base in the “heavy haul” market.
Hazel’s relaunches its brokerage affiliate sister company as Titan Logistics Solutions and adds Jenna Sargent as CEO.