Over the past year we have been happy to have Lance provide outstanding customer service as part of our Logistics team. When asked what his favorite thing about working here is, he responded with “The best part of working at Tech is working in a positive environment with knowledgeable, friendly people. Everyone is always willing to lend a hand and will go out of their way to be helpful.
When asked to reflect on the past 9 years working for Tech Transport, this is what Sales Rep Howie Anderson had to say: “We always talk about the “Tech family”. I have worked in a lot of different places in my life that have talked about the family atmosphere, and it was just that – talk. Here at Tech Transport the company actually exudes a family atmosphere, which is why I am still here at 68 years old.” We are so grateful to Howie and all he has contributed to Tech Transport and Tech Logistics.
Over the past 23 years Shelly has worked in many departments here at Tech Transport. Since moving to our new building in 2016, she has had a supporting role on our Logistics AP team. We asked her what keeps her coming back every day, after all these years, she responded with “What I like most about working for Tech Transport/Tech Logistics, is that it is a very family orientated company. They understand that family is important, and they are very accommodating to the needs of my family and the families of all the employees.
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Over the past 13 years Steph has worked in many departments at Tech Transport. Most recently taking on the Role of Auditing Supervisor. When asked what her favorite thing about working here after all these years is, she responded with one word: “Family”. We are so appreciative of Steph and all she has contributed to Tech Transport and Tech Logistics success and growth over the years. As the company celebrate the 35th anniversary this year, it fills us with pride to know that she has been a part of the company’s success for 13 years. Thank you.
The April 1 deadline for full enforcement of the electronic logging device (ELD) mandate draws closer, US regulators are struggling with how to implement ELDs in specific sub-sectors of trucking, especially agricultural shipping and truck rental and leasing operations.
For years, North American shippers were warned a truck capacity crunch was coming, a crunch that never materialized, thanks to a stop-and-go, slow US economic recovery. After three quarters of steady economic growth, however, that crunch finally arrived this year, clenching supply chains with a vise-like grip, and shocking shippers who expected a slow first quarter.