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
1 (800) 765-7242
Saia Inc.
Website: 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
Team Worldwide
P. O. Box 668
Winnsboro, Texas 75494
United States
903-342-3516
800-527-1168
[email protected]
www.teamww.com

With over 40 U.S. offices, and 170 TIGA locations, Team Worldwide provides global transportation of logistics services organized under the operating companies/services of: Team Air Express Team Transportation Team Logistics Team Ocean Services Team Customs Brokerage Team International Trade Services Team International Global Alliance

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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