We value our exceptional carriers that help keep our customers' freight moving, and in order to recognize them, we created the Trinity ROAD Warrior program. Each month, Trinity team members nominate and vote for their favorite carriers that are Reliable, Outstanding, Accountable, and Dedicated. The three carriers with the most votes receive a prize package that includes three #trinityROADwarrior shirts, a custom Trinity ROAD Warrior model tractor trailer, and a spotlight in our Carrier of the Month email.
A little less than a year ago, we were talking about why the human touch isn’t dead, especially when it comes to customer service and freight shipping quotes. Technology exists to make our lives easier, safer, and more productive, but many people have ideas of what shouldn’t. Sure, I would trust a robot or artificial intelligence to turn on the lights in my house, make snacks in a factory, start my car, or even build my car…but when I first started hearing about autonomous trucks, I tried to imagine what could be the future of transportation as we know it.
2017 has arrived and that means we are fast approaching the compliance deadlines for several laws, some that have been years in the making and could impact you and your operation. On April 6, 2017, most businesses involved in the transportation of human and animal food will need to be in FSMA compliance with the FDA Food Safety Modernization Act, the most sweeping reform of United States food safety laws in 70 years. We’ll go over the basics and go into a little more detail about the FSMA since we last told you about it in June of 2016.
Members of the Transportation Intermediaries Association (TIA) visited Trinity Logistics’ corporate headquarters in Seaford, Del. as part of a continued benchmarking and information-sharing relationship between the two entities.
Mark T. Peterson, former Executive Vice President of Sales for Roadrunner Transportation Systems, Inc., has joined Trinity Logistics as the Senior Vice President of Business Development.