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28th Annual Quest for Quality Awards

For nearly three decades, LM’s Quest for Quality has been regarded in the transportation and logistics industry as the most important measure of customer satisfaction and performance excellence.

August 01, 2011

Quest for Quality TABLE OF CONTENTS


28th Annual Quest for Quality: Held in high esteem
Which carriers and third-party logistics providers are held in high esteem in terms of service performance? our readers have cast their votes, and now it’s time to reveal the winners of the Quest for Quality awards. more…


2011 Quest for Quality: Winners (categories)
NATIONAL LTL | REGIONAL LTL | TRUCKLOAD | RAIL/INTERMODAL | OCEAN CARRIERS | 3PL | AIR CARRIERS | FREIGHT FORWARDERS


2011 Quest for Quality Awards Dinner
Attendees will enjoy an evening of dining and networking before stepping up to the podium to receive their awards, followed by entertainment from magician Mr. Bill Herz. - Order your tickets here.


28th Annual Quest for Quality Sponsorship Information
This high profile industry event is the perfect opportunity for your company to strengthen its brand and image through worldwide media exposure and association with the premier industry awards. Download PDF


Quest for Quality Medallion
Downloads of high resolution Photoshop CMYK and JPEG Web formats of the Logistics Management Quest for Quality Medallion.

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