TQL Announces Dallas Office Openings; Mayor Rawlings Welcomes

Dallas, TX –Total Quality Logistics (TQL) opened a new sales office in Dallas, TX.  The office currently employs 19 and anticipates adding another 50-75 sales representatives in the next three years.
"Dallas is business friendly and a leader in logistics due to our location and vast resources," Mayor Mike Rawlings said. "I'm excited TQL, the second largest freight brokerage firm in the nation, has selected to expand their business in Dallas creating new business and job opportunities."   
TQL connects customers needing to move truckload freight with quality carriers who have the capacity to move it. The company specializes in arranging full truckload freight movements.
"Our national satellite offices are vital to growing our market share and maintaining our leadership position in the third party logistics industry. We were drawn to Dallas for a number of reasons, not the least of which is the quality of professional talent in the area." said TQL President, Kerry Byrne.
This is the company's third office in the state of Texas. TQL also has operations in Austin and Houston, employing 96 total in the state. TQL is a finalist on this year's Best Companies to Work For in Texas list, sponsored by the Texas Society of Human Resource Management and the publishers of Texas Monthly. TQL's Houston office also was honored as an Elite Winner by 101 Best and Brightest Companies To Work For™.
The new Dallas office is located in Executive Center II & III at 8330-8360 Lyndon B Johnson Fwy. People can apply for jobs immediately at www.tqljobs.com. 


Total Quality Logistics is the second-largest freight brokerage firm in the nation with 29 offices in 16 states. TQL connects customers needing to move truckload freight shipments with carriers having capacity to move them. TQL is headquartered in Cincinnati, Ohio. Its 2014 sales topped $2 billion and it employs more than 3,100 people nationwide. Connect with TQL on the web at TQL.com, on Facebook at Total Quality Logistics or on Twitter @TQLogistics. 


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