April’s Business After Hours, hosted monthly by the Greater Tattnall Chamber of Commerce, was held on April 11, 2022, at the new Triangle J facility in Collins. In conjunction with this monthly event, there was also a ribbon cutting for the new facility.
No shortage of dignitaries was on hand for the event to include all the Tattnall County Commissioners, State Representative Bill Werkheiser, Tattnall County Development Authority Chairman Wayne Dasher, Sheriff Kyle Sapp, members of Collins City Council, and various representatives of business and industry around Tattnall County.
Following a meet and greet in the facility’s “command center,” the gathered crowd heard from owner Tim Jarriel and his wife, Sarah.
“It cannot be understated the impact that this business has on Tattnall County’s economy, and we are very thankful you chose to reinvest here in Tattnall County,” said County Commissioner Bobby Kennedy.
Indeed, the impact is significant, as this state-of-the-art facility boasts the most advanced diesel repair shop in the Southeast. In addition to the service center that repairs heavy equipment from vendors all over the nation, Triangle J has a fleet of nearly 100 trucks that traverse the United States, Canada, and Mexico.
Triangle J is truly a local business that has international impacts. When their fleet of trucks isn’t enough, Triangle J also serves as a freight broker, ensuring that the right truck is in the right place to get vital goods distributed across the nation. Wielding such major influence in the logistics industry, the entire Jarriel family remain humbled by the support that they have received from their community and the continued expansion of their enterprise across the nation.