Remembering New England Motor Freight

New England Motor Freight’s origins can be traced to a small motor company that delivered products for the National Biscuit Company (better known as Nabisco) as early as 1918. The company also hauled dairy for Fair Lawn Dairies, which eventually was acquired by the much larger Farmland Dairies. It acquired the New England Motor Freight name at about the time it was bought by Farmland Dairies, which was based in Bergen County, New Jersey. Farmland sold the carrier in 1977 to Myron (“Mike”) Shevell, a New Jersey trucking executive. NEMF became part of the Shevell Group. Over the years it grew, and was a major provider of less-than-truckload (LTL) freight services in the New York/New Jersey metropolitan area, although the company’s services extended as far west as Chicago and included handling shipments into Canada and Puerto Rico… read more >

NEMF New England Motor Freight 1918 Vintage Men’s T-Shirt

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