ORLANDO, Fla. — Third-party logistics providers remain poised for long-term success after helping shippers navigate supply chain turmoil wrought by the pandemic, industry leaders said.
The Transportation Intermediaries Association was extremely disappointed that the Supreme Court elected not to hear California Trucking Association's challenge to the Ninth Circuit ruling.
The Transportation Intermediaries Association, which represents the third-party logistics industry, moved into a new office June 27 in Alexandria, Va.June 30, 2022
SAN DIEGO — At a time when supply chain challenges are in the national spotlight, third-party logistics providers have a unique opportunity to advocate for their businesses and forge stronger relationships with their shipper customers and carrier partners, 3PL industry leaders said.
Michael Riccio discussed his goals as the newest chairman of the Transportation Intermediaries Association during the 2021 TIA Capitol Ideas Conference on May 12.May 12, 2021
The head of the Transportation Intermediaries Association stressed that the industry is healthy and poised for a return to the kind of camaraderie that existed before the coronavirus pandemic.
New Transportation Intermediaries Association chief Anne Reinke plans to lead by supporting and enhancing what already is working.October 29, 2020
Transportation Intermediaries Association President and CEO Robert Voltmann will step down from his post later this year, the association announced June 10.June 11, 2020
This whitepaper provides a strategic blueprint and resources for asset-based companies to start and grow a brokerage. The opportunities in the market are ripe for companies of any size. Logistics and supply chain research and consulting firm Armstrong & Associates estimates that net revenues for U.S.-based 3PLs grew by five percent in 2017 to hit $77.1 billion, and gross revenues rose 10.5 percent to reach $184.3 million. The firm predicted revenue growth in 2018 would continue at a similar rate.November 1, 2019