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Capital Express Looking for Independent Contractors In Omaha Metro Area

Tuesday, January 7th, 2014

Hey!! Spread the news! Share this is you know someone looking for a unique career opportunity!

Capital Express is looking for contract drivers with newer economical vehicles to support on demand and scheduled small package delivery work in the Omaha area.  Must have clean driving record and pass a drug screen.

Submit a Vendor Profile online at : Click the form for “Delivery Contractors” at the top of the page!

OR visit us at

3326 S 67th St Omaha, NE 68106


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Omaha – Crossroads of America

Monday, July 8th, 2013

Omaha, Nebraska was founded in 1854 as a trading post and a major midway point between the East and West coasts. The metropolis, as of 2010, held a population of nearly 870,000 and is home to five fortune 500 companies, the College World Series, and countless historic museums and landmarks. Omaha is a major market for grain and livestock, food processing, telecommunications, and insurance. Omaha is the smallest city in the country with two medical schools – UNMC & Creighton. The Reuben sandwich was invented in Omaha. Capital Express offers an Omaha Courier Service that serves the entire Midwest.

Omaha - Crossroads of America

5 Ways To Build and Improve Your Personal Brand

Monday, January 14th, 2013

Branding is an important component in the success of any business, but it is important to remember that branding isn’t just for companies but for individuals as well! A brand defines the way potential customers, buyers, etc. perceive you. If your brand is managed properly you will find yourself and/or your company with many more opportunities. Building a solid reputation takes time and long-term strategies that require work and perseverance.

Here are 4 basic steps you can take to build your personal brand:

1. Define Who You Are

You have a large amount of control over the way in which people perceive you; you will want to firstly define what your current perception is. Then you will want to take a look at your abilities, experience and expertise. What do you have to offer? What makes you different? How would other people describe you? Making adjustments to all aspects of your both personally and professionally will help to determine the direction your brand takes.

2. Google Yourself

This is important! How many times have you googled a co-worker, potential employee/employer or even a crush? Take a few minutes to search your name and find out what appears; blog posts, social pages, twitter mentions, etc. are all going to combine to shape a strangers perception of you. Gaining this information will allow you to get a perception of you according to Google as well as plan ahead for what others might perceive you to be. Make changes where necessary and check back with Google as often as you’d like!

3. Choose  A Portfolio

There are several ways to showcase your skills and expertise, blog, Linkedin Profile, About.Me, etc. but it is important that you choose the right way! Consider your line of work or what you are trying to represent and choose your media based on the features that would most benefit your brand!

4. Provide Value

If you provide value, people will want to follow you. It is as simple and as complicated as that! The tricky part about providing value, is that everyone finds value in different things! Again, consider what you are trying to represent and what you want to accomplish with your brand, then consider your audience. Once you have narrowed down and audience it should be much easier to determine what that audience will find valuable to them!


Capital Express Expands Midwest US Network!

Thursday, December 13th, 2012

Kansas City, MO 12-12- 2012

Capital Express Incorporated, the leading Midwest provider of customized, same day delivery solutions, today announced that it has purchased certain assets of Kansas City based Logistics Resources, Inc., operating commercially as AB Express.  The acquisition of AB Express’s customer distribution networks and customer relationships enhances the Company’s Midwest presence and provides Capital Express with new customer relationships.  This positions Capital Express to continue to provide its customers with superior service, coupled with added density in the markets serviced and additional regional service areas.

Capital Express Inc. Founder and CEO Monte O’Hara commented, “We are excited to be formalizing what has historically been a close working partnership with AB Express and its owners, Peter and Nora Sykes. AB Express’s service offering, customer relationships and geographic footprint help us expand our existing Capital Express network and provide services to a new set of customers. Our expanded industry experience and network creates the ideal platform for meeting our customers’ needs. We look forward to continuing to provide great service to the AB Express customer base”.

AB Express is the third acquisition Capital Express has completed in the Kansas City market since 2006. The Company continues to evaluate acquisitions of customized, same-day delivery companies as key component of its growth strategy.

The terms of the acquisition were not disclosed.

Welcome to the Capital Express Blog!

Monday, June 21st, 2010

Welcome to the Capital Express Blog!  We are proud to launch our new blog, which will feature information about the courier/ delivery/ warehousing/ logistics industries.

Capital Express is headquartered in Omaha, Nebraska and has hubs across the United States in Omaha, NE, Des Moines, IA, Sioux Falls, SD, Minneapolis, MN, Tomah, WI, Kansas City, MO and Fargo, ND.

We have local, regional and national customers in several industries including Medical, Pharmaceutical, Dental, Optical, Office Supplies, Photo-finishing, Payroll Services, Automotive, Legal and Inter-office Mail.

Building Business Partnerships Today… for Tomorrow and Beyond!

For all your transportation and logistics needs, call us at 1-800-895-3583 or visit us on the the web at