We are driven to be the leading service provider in the third-party logistics industry.
Cincinnati, OH (PRWEB) May 13, 2014
Total Quality Logistics (TQL) is pleased to announce its nomination as a Best 3PL for the fresh food supply chain and retail industry.
The eft 3PL customer choice awards celebrate the top 3PL’s in 10 different industry verticals for excellence in service delivery, as selected by leading manufacturers and retailers. The judging panel responsible for selecting the nominees is comprised of senior manufacturers, retail, and industry experts.
“With the demand for effective 3PL solutions continuing to grow, a nomination for an eft 3PL Award represents a demonstration of excellence in service delivery as recognized by each leading company’s industry peers,” said Chris Saynor, eft, CEO.
“We’re honored to be recognized. Service is the heartbeat of our company. We are driven to be the leading service provider in the third-party logistics industry, and build a company that our fellow employees, customers, and carriers are proud to be associated with,” said Kerry Byrne, TQL executive vice president.
The final round of customer voting is now taking place online. Voting is open until Wednesday, May 21. All those involved in the supply chain industry are encouraged to vote. Final results will be announced at a Gala Awards Reception in Chicago, June 11.
About Total Quality Logistics
TQL is one of the largest freight brokerage firms in the nation, connecting shippers who have truckload freight that needs to be moved with quality carriers who have the capacity to move it. TQL works with more than 50,000 carriers across North America, giving the company access to millions of trucks to help its customers move freight efficiently and economically. TQL identifies the right trucks for particular freight loads, negotiates rates, and satisfies its customers’ delivery requirements. The company’s insistence on honest, straightforward communications and 24/7/365 operations minimizes missed shipments, delays, and product shortages on store shelves. To learn more, visit http://www.tql.com.