Rogers Service Group is the Greater Binghamton Chamber Business of the Week.
The former Rogers Trucking was founded in 1947 by Francis “Babe” Rogers and has been a fixture on Clinton Street in Binghamton ever since.
A large portion of its business remains long and short haul trucking with a focus on residential moving, however Rogers has diversified greatly in recent years.
It now has indoor storage facilities with customizable options for all size clients including a fire-proof vault for high value items.
Babe’s granddaughter Michelle Zemanick took over the business earlier this year after working for 25 years with the company.
She says the goal of Rogers remains to provide the best quality of service possible.
Zemanick says, “It’s passed on throughout the generations with that mentality in mind. We want to be classified as our customers’ one-stop-shop. We want to provide them with as many services as possible, with the best quality of service at the best rate.”
Rogers also offers rigging, document shredding and paper recycling.
It employs 58 people.
It’s currently renovating its original warehouse further west on Clinton for its paper recycling operation and is considering building additional warehouse space for its storage business on other land it owns on Clinton.