(Portsmouth, NH) – LEGACY Supply Chain Services is pleased to announce that it was named as a 2017 Transport Topics Top Logistics Provider in two categories – Warehousing and Dedicated Fleet. Prior to 2017, LEGACY had been recognized in the annual list for Transport Topics Top 50 Logistics Companies in North America.
The Transport Topics Top Logistics Companies provide logistics services, including freight brokerage, freight forwarding, warehousing and dedicated contract carriage in North America and are ranked on the basis of annual net revenue.
“This acknowledgement is a testament to our reputation within the industry and demonstrates our strong dedication to our clients within these categories,” states Mike Glodziak, President of LEGACY Supply Chain Services. “We are pleased to receive this recognition and look forward to maintaining a high-level of service and continued growth within our industry.”
About Transport Topics
Transport Topics is the news leader in freight transportation and has been for the last 80 years. When it comes to major issues, industry events, and new developments, Transport Topics journalists are there first and most often. Our hallmark coverage of the regulatory environment and the business and technology landscapes makes TT unique – a major multimedia channel, personalized for transportation. Read us daily at www.ttnews.com.
About LEGACY Supply Chain Services
For nearly 40 years, LEGACY Supply Chain Services has been a value-added provider of warehousing & distribution, and transportation solutions for dynamic supply chains in the US & Canada. Our high-touch customer service and operational expertise deliver results for clients in many industries including retail, consumer packaged goods, industrial manufacturing, technology, aftermarket automotive, and food & beverage.
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