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  1. 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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  2. 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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  3. 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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  4. Oct 23, 2018

    Workforce Magazine Announces ReedTMS Logistics as 2018 Optimas Award Winner

    October 23, 2018 — ReedTMS Logistics was announced as a prestigious winner in the Recruiting category of the 2018 Optimas Awards by Workforce magazine, a Human Capital Media publication. The awards program, celebrating its 28th year, recognizes companies achieving successful measurable business outcomes through visionary and impactful human resources initiatives. Altogether more than one hundred companies applied for this year’s Optimas Awards. 

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  5. Oct 22, 2018

    Hurricane Michael aftermath: localized damage, regional supply chains intact

    Areas of flooding and widespread debris from Hurricane Michael have blocked or closed roads along the Florida Panhandle, but it hasn’t stopped relief efforts or caused major disruption in the movement of goods across the affected region.

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