Pilot Freight Services Recognized as a Top Provider

Press Release
Wednesday, August 22, 2012

Pilot Freight Services, a worldwide provider of transportation and logistics services, announce its recognition by three trade publications.

Pilot Freight Services, Inc. is a full-service transportation and logistics provider with over 75 locations throughout North America and a recently opened station in Amsterdam, Netherlands. The company’s freight forwarding services encompasses every mode of transportation, including air, ground and ocean.

The company was awarded its 23rd Quest for Quality Award from Logistics Management magazine, and recognized as the #1 Overall Freight Forwarder. Additionally, Pilot was named to Inbound Logistics magazine’s Top 100 3PL Providers list, and SupplyChainBrain’s “100 Great SC Partners” list.

“Receiving recognition from the editors and readers of the publications that cover our industry validates that hard work, and serves as a testament to the incredible team that we have at Pilot. We look forward to continuing to impress our customers and the industry at large.”

“As we continue to grow as a company, we have worked extremely hard to be the best in the business, particularly in the realm of customer service,” said Richard Phillips Jr., CEO of Pilot Freight Services.

“Receiving recognition from the editors and readers of the publications that cover our industry validates that hard work, and serves as a testament to the incredible team that we have at Pilot. We look forward to continuing to impress our customers and the industry at large.”

 

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