Leading Capacity Solutions Provider Earns Spot For Fourth Consecutive Year
October 1, 2014 – USA Truck, a leading transportation and logistics provider headquartered in Van Buren, Ark., is listed by Inbound Logistics as a Top 100 Trucker for 2014. This marks the fourth consecutive year for USA Truck to be named a Top 100 Trucker by the publication.
At the end of 2013, USA Truck employed just under 2,800 team members (driver and non-driver combined) with more than 2,100 company-owned tractors and more than 6,000 trailers. The company has had seven consecutive quarters of financial improvement, and in the second quarter of 2014 posted its first quarterly profit in three years.
“We are pleased to be recognized as a Top 100 Trucker by Inbound Logistics,” said John Simone, President and CEO of USA Truck. “This recognition is indicative of the significant progress we have made in the past 18 months thanks to all of our dedicated team members. Our efforts to improve across all areas of our business will continue as we enhance our position as an industry-leading capacity solutions provider.”
“Given today’s complex logistics and transportation challenges, especially efficiently matching demand to supply, the blended transportation solutions offered by USA Truck show true leadership in the trucking sector,” said Felecia Stratton, Editor, Inbound Logistics. “For continuously providing the kinds of trucking solutions that readers need, Inbound Logistics is pleased to recognize USA Truck as a 2014 Top 100 Trucker.”
Inbound Logistics is a leading trade magazine targeted toward business logistics and supply chain managers. Its Top 100 Truckers list serves as a qualitative assessment of service providers the publication’s editors believe are best equipped to meet and surpass readers’ evolving motor freight transportation needs. Each year, Inbound Logistics editors select the best transportation providers by carefully evaluating submitted information, conducting personal interviews and online research, and comparing that data to our readers’ burgeoning motor freight and logistics challenges.
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