Penske Logisticsannounced the 23 recipients of the inaugural Freight Management Trucking Carrier Awards program. The event was recently held virtually.
"We are very pleased to debut this annual awards program to celebrate the best of our carrier network," stated LeAnne Coulter, vice president of freight management for Penske Logistics. "These companies play a vital role in helping Penske Logistics efficiently service our freight management customers each and every day."
Category winners were selected from among Penske's expansive base of trucking carriers operating within its freight management operations. There are several award qualifications: A Penske Logistics enterprise scorecard combined with customer, operations and sourcing feedback.
Here are the 2020 Penske Logistics Freight Management Trucking Carrier Award honorees:
U.S. Less-Than-Truckload National Carrier Award
- ABF Freight
- Saia LTL Freight
U.S. Less-Than-Truckload Regional Carrier Award
- Dayton Freight
U.S. Truckload National Carrier Award
- Cowan Systems
- Crane Transport
U.S. Truckload Regional Carrier Award
- Cannon Delivery Services
- GSA International
- HSD Trucking
- Selected Dedicated Solutions
- Standard Hauling
- West Side Transport
Canada Truckload Award
- Road Link Xpress
- Autobahn Freight Lines
- JMF Transport
Broker Services Provider Award
- Connect Logistics
- Flock Freight
Flatbed Services Provider Award
- Buchanan Hauling and Rigging
- Keim TS
Liquid Bulk Services Provider Award
- Andrews Logistics
- K-Limited Carrier
Refrigerated Services Provider Award
- East Coast Warehouse & Distribution
- Southland Transportation
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Penske Logistics has more than $5.5 billion in freight under management. When there are supplemental freight needs, customers want to know that their freight will reach its destination safely while on time and on budget. Penske Logistics offers award-winning freight management and brokerage solutions to help manage transportation networks, and handle seasonal needs, capacity surges and challenging lanes.
By "Move Ahead" Staff