Logistics Insurance Provider Opens New Corporate HQ

Press Release
Friday, May 11, 2012

Tactical Insurance Group has opened a new corporate office to facilitate the expansion of the company into its targeted industry sector –  Logistics Insurance.

One of the South Central region's leading insurance brokers, Tactical Insurance Group, has moved into a newly expanded corporate office facility in Dallas as part of its strategy to grow its Logistics Insurance practice throughout Texas and surrounding states.

"Located in Toll Hill West on Harvest Hill Road, near the major intersection of the Dallas North Tollway and LBJ Freeway, the larger corporate office will allow us to add to our professional staff, provide more service capabilities to our clients, and to expand support to our current and future sales and service branches," said Alan Winters, Senior Vice President of Tactical's Aviation Division.

Tactical's focus on Logistics Insurance includes its aviation division, Tactical Aviation Group, its trucking division, Tactical Transportation Group, and its upstream energy and marine division, Tactical Energy and Marine Group.

Tactical is the only privately held insurance broker in Texas and the South Central United States that focuses entirely on the needs of logistics based commercial customers from the aviation, trucking, energy and marine business sectors.

Tactical opened sales and service offices in Houston and Austin last year and expects to open at least two additional offices in 2012.

About Tactical Insurance Group LLC 
Tactical provides insurance and risk management services to corporate clients throughout Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas, the U.S., and overseas. With a focus on logistics based industry sectors, Tactical's professional staff covers aviation, trucking and intermodal transportation, upstream energy and marine. Tactical services its clients through its offices in Dallas, Austin and Houston, and its business partner's offices in sixteen other major U.S. cities

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