TQL Named A Top Workplace In Tampa, Fla.

Cincinnati  TQL is pleased to announce that it has been selected one of the Tampa Bay Times Top Workplaces. Top Workplace finalists are determined solely by employee feedback gathered through an online survey conducted by an independent, third party.

“Our employees’ continuing vote of approval and confidence in our company means everything to us,” said Kerry Byrne, TQL executive vice president. “The key to our company’s success is attracting hard-working, ambitious individuals to our fast-paced, high-growth company.”

TQL’s Tampa office has been recognized by its employees as a great place to work numerous times. The office was named a Best Place to Work by The Tampa Bay Business Journal for the past three years and a Best Place to Work in the state of Florida in 2012.

“We offer our employees a dynamic, team-oriented culture, numerous growth and leadership opportunities, and a very attractive compensation structure,” said Byrne.

TQL is responsible for arranging the transportation of consumer and industrial goods throughout North America. TQL has averaged more than 30% growth per year since its founding.

TQL is expanding its Tampa office and is currently hiring. Interested candidates can learn more at www.tqljobs.com. TQL expects to add close to 200 salespeople to its ranks in the next three years. The office currently employs more than 100.


Total Quality Logistics is the second largest freight brokerage in the nation, with more than $1.3 billion in annual sales. The company, founded in 1997, is privately-held and headquartered in Cincinnati, Ohio, with 17 additional satellite locations across the nation. TQL was ranked among the nation’s 150 Top Workplaces in 2013 in one of the largest-ever surveys of U.S. companies, with more than 1 million employees participating nationwide. TQL also was named by Inc. Magazine as a leading company for creating American jobs and by Glassdoor as one of the top companies for career opportunities. TQL employs more than 2,000 nationwide.

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