Buyers' Guide

A directory of companies and business solutions


Motor Carriers listings:
800-543-5589
R+L Carriers
Reddaway
Website: www.reddawayregional.com
715-387-3795
Roehl Transport, Inc.
Website: www.roehl.jobs/corp
515-245-2500
Ruan Transport Corporation
Saia Inc.

Offers customers a wide range of less-than-truckload, non-asset truckload, and logistic services. Saia operates 147 terminals in 34 states and is home to the industry-exclusive Customer Service Indicators and Xtreme Guarantee. Saia LTL Freight has been recognized by the American Trucking Associations Safety Management Council for its outstanding safety record.

11465 Johns Creek Parkway
Suite 400
Johns Creek, Georgia 30097
United States
1 (800) 765-7242
www.saiacorp.com

765-448-3400
Schilli Transportation Services, Inc.
1 (800) 823-2212
Software AG
Website: www.softwareag.com
803-749-7300
Southeastern Freight Lines
Website: www.sefl.com
214-371-1901
Southwest International Freight Services
972-216-9000
Stevens Transport, Inc.
630-573-2555
Superior Carriers
602-269-9700
Swift Transportation
903-342-6201
Team Worldwide
214-320-3200
Texas Cartage
The Reliance Network
Website: www.thereliancenetwork.com
Transport America
Website: www.transportamerica.com
800-234-8768
Tri-State Motor Transit Co.
281-985-0000
Trimac
302-253-3935
Trinity Logistics, Inc.
614-552-2746
U.S. Cargo and Courier Service
423-510-3000
U.S. Xpress Enterprises, Inc.
636-343-3900
United Van Lines
586-920-0100
Universal Logistics
Website: www.universallogistics.com
US Xpress Enterprises
Website: www.usxpress.com
UTXL, Inc.
Website: utxl.com

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