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  1. Mar 12, 2020

    ReedTMS Logistics Statement Concerning Coronavirus (COVID-19)

    As a valued service provider, we are writing to share an important update.


    We continue to closely monitor developments and the global impact with respect to the
    Coronavirus (COVID-19).


    Our leadership team has been monitoring the situation closely and are taking steps to ensure
    the wellness and safety of our employees and drivers while working to prevent service
    interruptions. We are working diligently to provide factual, relevant, and timely updates to
    our employees, customers, drivers, and carrier partners.

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  2. Dec 05, 2019

    How to stay fit and healthy over-the-road

    Our friends from Overlandsite.com share their pro-tips for staying strong while going the distance:

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  3. Nov 12, 2019

    Veteran's Day football match with The Mike Alstott Foundation

    In celebration of Veteran’s Day, The Mike Alstott Foundation hosted a flag football game for Veterans in partnership with the Wounded Warriors Abilities Ranch (WWAR). We had such a great time visiting with all the participants and of course some of our Veteran’s enjoyed themselves during the friendly competition. This year, all participants were invited to attend the WWAR tailgate catered by The WingHouse Bar & Grill and were provided tickets the Tampa Bay vs Arizona game courtesy of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

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  4. Oct 03, 2019

    2019 Top Company to Work for Women in Trucking

    October 2nd, 2019 - Dallas, Texas 

    ReedTMS Logistics was recently named a "2019 Top Company to Work for Women in Trucking" at the Accelerate Conference and Expo presented by Women in Trucking in Dallas, TX. Attendees from ReedTMS Logistics included Amy Meifert, Eileen Dabrowski , Lauren Mixon and Mackenzie Reed.

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  5. Aug 08, 2019

    Abandoned Kittens Rescued by ReedTMS Employees-New Home Found!

    "TAMPA, Fla. — Employees at a Tampa business are searching for nursing mother cat to help care for five newborn kittens they found dumped in a box near a dumpster.

    Employees with ReedTMS Logistics found the kittens around 2 p.m. on Tuesday afternoon. They say the newborns were sleeping when they found them, but soon became hungry.

    "One of our employees was taking a walk and he noticed somebody dropping a box behind a dumpster behind us. He stopped and he heard some noise so he hovered over and found five kittens," said Sandra Downing, an employee.

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