Genesys logistics is an American logistics company that has built and operates logistics centers across the United States.
Its main business is shipping food and supplies for retail and restaurant chains.
The company was founded in 1997 by the late Bob Harker, and is headquartered in Texas.
Genesis was purchased by Harkers family in 2003, but its operations have moved to a new facility in Texas, and its headquarters are located in Ohio.
According to the company’s website, its mission is to “provide reliable and affordable transportation services to customers of all sizes and shapes.”
It also serves as a logistics provider for Walmart, Costco, Costco Wholesale, Sam’s Club, and the United Food and Commercial Workers union.
Genesys also has a presence in Georgia and the District of Columbia.
It was founded by the former head of Harkering’s logistics company, Tom Harkermann.
Harker is a frequent visitor to Texas, where he has been a frequent guest at events hosted by the Texas Rangers baseball team.
In 2014, Harkermans son, Scott, died of a brain aneurysm, and Harkery died of colon cancer in 2016.
The son and his family have been trying to keep the family’s family business alive for the past few years, according to The Texas Tribune.
The son, now 32, had been living in Texas since 2009.
Harnom said the family would like to see the Genesis business continue to thrive, even if its operations move to Ohio.
“I think that’s where it’s going to end,” he said.
“We’re not going to let that happen.
We’re not afraid of that.”