Trinity Logistics Makes Transport Topics Magazines Top Brokerage Firms List for 13 Years Running

Seaford, DE (PRWEB) May 01, 2015

For the 13th consecutive year, Trinity Logistics was named to Transport Topics highly regarded list of top freight brokerage companies. This Top Brokerage Firms list is assembled by Transport Topics Magazine annually and ranks logistics companies based on their net revenue, company reports, and data from Armstrong & Associates.

Trinity Logistics ranked #20 this year, one spot higher than last year, and has been ranked on the list since 2003. With the industry rapidly evolving and new companies joining every day, Trinity is one of the longest standing companies to be ranked on the list. For over thirty years, Trinity has held fast to their values in order to remain competitive in the constantly shifting logistics industry.

Trinity Logistics is empowered by our ability to evolve in the industry through relationships, teamwork, and our core values, said Jeff Banning, CEO and President of Trinity Logistics. We never lose sight of doing the right thing for our customers, our team, or our business. Were honored to be named to the Transport Topics list for the 13th time.

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About Trinity Logistics

Trinity Logistics was founded in 1979 with one location and only three employees. Today, they have over 300 team members in 6 regional service center locations across the country and an additional 90 agent offices. Trinity is ranked in the Top 25 providers of their kind by Transport Topics Magazine, a Top 100 3PL by Food Logistics Magazine, and an Inc. 5000 Fastest Growing Company. The privately-owned business has grown into being one of the top logistics companies in the nation, providing freight solutions on a global scale. Due to this extensive nationwide presence and experience, Trinity is positioned to provide a solution for any of your logistics needs, no matter how extensive, with the best customer service youll see in the industry. For more information about Trinity Logistics, visit

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