Total Quality Logistics Winner in Logistics Management's Annual Quest for Quality Awards

Cincinnati (OH) – Finding the appropriate mix of third-party logistics providers is critical for businesses to meet today’s omni-channel fulfillment demands. According to readers of Logistics Management magazine, Total Quality Logistics is one of the industry’s most dynamic service leaders, providing world-class service to keep logistics networks moving around the clock and around the world.
Total Quality Logistics (TQL) is a freight brokerage firm headquartered in Cincinnati, Ohio that prides itself on its high levels of customer service and easy, one point of contact business model for arranging shipments of full truckload, less-than-truckload (LTL) and intermodal freight throughout North America. The company was recently recognized by Logistics Management (LM) as a winner in its 35th annual Quest for Quality Awards.
“We were nominated by the people who use our services daily. It’s a testament to the outstanding level of professionalism and integrity shown by our team members,” said TQL President, Kerry Byrne.
To determine the winners, LM readers—logistics, transportation and supply chain decision makers—rate carriers, third-party logistics (3PL) service providers and U.S. port operators strictly based on service quality. One of the most notable elements about the Quest for Quality Awards is that it calls these shippers to vote in the genre of services they actually use; in turn, they vote for the providers that they think have best delivered on quality service in specific niches. 

About TQL
Total Quality Logistics is the nation’s second largest freight brokerage firm. TQL connects customers needing to move business to business freight with carriers that have the ability to move them. Headquartered in Cincinnati, Ohio, the company’s 2018 sales topped $3.6 billion. TQL employs more than 5,500 people in 57 offices nationwide.  Click here to see what set us apart in the industry, or connect with TQL on the web, on Facebook or on Twitter @TQLogistics. 

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