2000: Cincy Errands was born
Founded in 2000 by Cincinnati entrepreneur Joseph Skalski, Cincy Errands began as a concierge service.
The company was stable, but its mission had yet to solidify.
Recognizing the growing need for reliable Cincinnati courier service and same day delivery service, the company broadened its scope. Soon after, courier and same day delivery became the solitary focus of Cincy Errands.
2004: Brother, Partner
Pursuing the courier and same day delivery market was a smart choice. New customers were arriving faster than founder Joseph Skalski had anticipated. Joe’s brother Frank Skalski joined the Cincy Errands team, and his logistics skills proved invaluable.
2005: Expanded into light truck delivery
With the additon of its first 19,000 pound medium duty box truck, Cincy Errands began a successful foray into light trucking. Delivery was no longer limited to small parcels, and new customers embraced the new services.
2010: Cautious optimism
As the economy inched its way out of recession, Cincy Errands chose to strengthen customer relationships and optimize its methods. Ultimately, this established the need for new equipment.
2012: Growing to satisfy expanding customer base
Business was picking up — so much so that Cincy Errands picked up its first large box truck. With its 3,000-pound liftgate, the new F750 went straight to work on large hauls throughout the Tri-State.
2013: Continued growth
New business continued to increase, so Cincy Errands invested in new equipment that would support sustainable growth. Three new vehicles and a cargo trailer came online while customers in Kentucky, Ohio and Indiana heard whispers of “the little delivery company that could … ”
2016: Renewed commitment to customer satisfaction
As Cincy Errands continues to grow, meeting customers’ needs remains our focus. That's not just talk: we recently created two new positions and filled them with seasoned customer care professionals.