Transportation Insight makes magazine's list of top 50 third-party logistics firms
The company’s revenues are forecast to be $3.5 billion to $5 billion by January 2020. Financial data on the top 50 companies was compiled by 3PL market consultancy Armstrong & Associates
Transportation Insight President and CEO Chris Baltz said the company’s mission is to provide a wide variety of services and expertise that customers need to overcome their business challenges and to deliver value from end-to-end across their supply chains, both today and in the future.
"Our investment in technologies, such as business intelligence, supply-chain analytics and integrated enterprise logistics solutions, and our LEAN consulting address the evolving challenges of our clients, who realize that having one strategic partner with vast expertise and robust solutions allows them to focus on their core competencies to gain a competitive advantage,” Baltz said.