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The origins of Loomis date back to 1852, to those exciting days when Pony Express riders helped build the American west, as well as the Alaska Gold Rush era, when armed mushers endured danger and hardship to provide safe transport into and out of the mines. The founding fathers of our predecessor companies met and tamed the challenges of their respective frontiers. You may be familiar with some of the famous names from our history: Buffalo Bill Cody, Wyatt Earp, Wild Bill Hickok, Bret Harte and of course Lee Loomis, William Fargo and Henry Wells. We are very proud of our heritage, but we are even more excited about our present and future.

Today’s Loomis
Today, Loomis is the U.S. leader in the cash handling services industry. Think of us as the nation’s largest integrated cash distribution network. Loomis operates an electronically linked service network of over 200 operating locations throughout the U.S. and Puerto Rico, employs over 8,000 teammates and utilizes a fleet of approximately 3,000 armored and other vehicles to provide secure armored transport, automated teller machine (ATM) services, cash and transaction processing services for banks, other financial institutions, retail, and other commercial enterprises.

Just as the pioneers who settled the American west and the Alaska frontier depended on us for secure, reliable transport, today’s business community counts on Loomis for comprehensive cash handling solutions. With a broad range of services, nationwide coverage and thoughtful application of technology, we offer opportunities to achieve savings and reduce risk by considering the full cash distribution system cycle rather than individual segments. For our customers, it is the seamless integration of cash processing, transportation, eBusiness innovation and management that creates exceptional value.

In May 2001, Loomis’s position as a global leader in cash handling was solidified with its entry into the Securitas family. Today, Loomis operates as the North American unit of the Securitas Cash Handling Services Division. Total annual revenue for the division exceeds $1.6 billion.


The Loomis Employee Benefits Program is extremely comprehensive and one of the best in our industry. The program outlined below is available to the majority of employees who are not covered by a collective bargaining agreement. Medical Insurance Plans The Medical Insurance Plans reimburse employees or their physicians or medical care givers, fully or partially, for eligible costs and fees associated with providing employees and their covered dependents appropriate medical care. Dental Plans The Dental Plans reimburse employees or their dentists, fully or partially, for eligible costs associated with providing employees and their covered dependents appropriate dental care. Vision Plan Participation in the Vision Plan provides employees and eligible dependents an examination, selected frames and lenses paid at 100% (after a small co-payment) at a Vision Service Plan participating provider. Services received from non-participating providers are reimbursed based on the non-participating provider schedule. Employee Assistance Plan This benefit is available for employees and their eligible dependents who may have a substance abuse or alcohol problem, or other problems caused by substance or alcohol abuse. All information is strictly confidential. Short-Term Disability Plan In case of absence caused by illness or injury, a portion of a salaried employee's compensation is paid for a period of up to 90 days, at a rate ranging from 60% to 100%, based on length of service. Long-Term Disability Plan In case of a qualifying disability exceeding 90 days, 60% of a salaried employee's covered monthly compensation to a maximum of $8,000 per month will be paid - until recovery, death or attainment of normal retirement age. 401(k) Plan Eligible employees are permitted to make payroll deferrals or contributions, on a before-tax basis, to the 401(k) Pre-Tax Savings and Retirement Plan. An employee may withdraw contributions and interest after age 591/2 without penalty. Income tax, however, is deducted at that time. Basic Life Insurance Plan In case of death, eligible full-time employees receive between one and two and a half times their annual salary. Voluntary Life Insurance Plan In addition to Basic Life Insurance Plan coverage provided by the Company, an employee may purchase supplemental life insurance protection through the Voluntary Life Insurance Plan. Coverage is available in increments of $10,000 (not to exceed twice the employee's base annual pay, or $100,000, whichever is less).