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  1. Mar 08, 2019

    Celebrating Females in Freight on International Women's Day

    March 8th, 2019 -- In honor of International Women’s Day, we asked our female colleagues what it takes to be successful in a male dominated industry.

    Amy Thomas, Director of Financial Operations

    “It’s about finding the middle ground to communicate effectively. You can’t be afraid to speak your mind," affirms Amy on transcending the “boy’s club” mentality.

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  2. Feb 21, 2019

    Jason Reed named University of Tampa Family Business Awardee for 2019

    February 13, 2019 -- The University of Tampa’s John P. Lowth Entrepreneurship Center officially recognized Jason Reed with the Family Business Award for 2019.  Jason was nominated by his team for his entrepreneurial leadership and excellence in business.  Jason has served ReedTMS Logistics since joining his father’s new business logistics start-up as the 1st employee in 1997.

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  3. Nov 26, 2018

    How many miles per gallon does your truck get? What kids asked a 3PL during a school visit

    It’s never too early to get them started.

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  4. Nov 15, 2018

    Maria Angelo Named ReedTMS Logistics Employee of The Month

    Congratulations to Maria Angelo, ReedTMS Logistics’ Employees of the month for October! Maria is all about teamwork. So when she was recently surprised with the honor of being named ReedTMS Logistics Employee of the Month for October,  it wasn't surprising to hear her contribute the win to a strong team. 

    Some of the comments as to why she was nominated are as follow:

    “Maria can only be desribed by the word Superstar. She has a tremendous attitude and is always will to step up to a challenge."

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  5. Nov 01, 2018

    ReedTMS partners with SEPC Organizations to send relief to hurricane victims

    In the wake of Hurricane Florence and Hurricane Michael, there is a tremendous need for aid to those who have been affected. The Southeast Produce Council and the Society of St. Andrew have been working together to send much-needed relief to communities in North Carolina and the Florida panhandle after the devastating blows of these powerful hurricanes.

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