SunteckTTS expanding capacity, supply-chain solutions and productivity gains The merger between Sunteck and TTS, LLC, announced on October 23, 2016, has officially closed. The resulting company will be one of the largest multimodal, agent-based freight management service providers in the U.S., approaching $1 billion in gross revenue, and managing more than 700,000 intermodal, truckload and
– Expanding capacity, supply-chain solutions and productivity gains for agents and customers – JACKSONVILLE, FL/DALLAS, TX (October 26, 2016) – Two leading agent-based, third-party providers of transportation and logistics management services, Sunteck, headquartered in Jacksonville, FL, and TTS, LLC, headquartered in Dallas, TX, today announced the two companies agreed to merge and will operate as SunteckTTS.
Time is running out to register for the 2016 Success Summit, October 14th-16th, at the Sawgrass Marriott in Ponte Vedra, Florida. Be sure to watch the attached video for a short preview of this year’s event. Visit www.suntecksummit.com to reserve your room and RSVP by 9/9/16.
It doesn’t take long for anyone in the transportation business to realize that occasionally bad things happen to good people. • Pick-up or delivery times are missed • Freight gets damaged • A shipment is delayed • A billing problem becomes frequent You name it, it can and occasionally will happen. Football coaches have
Clients expect service, but agents, salespeople, and clients often have trouble defining “service”. Driving across town to deliver donuts often gets listed as a service call. Dropping in to see how things are going often appears on weekly call reports as service. To some sales agents, service is what they do when they don’t
Rejection is a daily occurrence in the sales profession. How you handle rejection can be compared to long distance running. In running, you’re going to become tired. The proof to how fit you are is determined by how quickly your body is able to rebound. The same applies to sales rejection. You’re going to be
Businesses often overlook the importance of good communication, both within the organization and externally. Dave Dallas, Chief Marketing Officer and President, Brokerage Division, explains why executives need to pay attention to the discipline.
Referrals are the easiest sales you’ll make. It’s your job to tell a purchasing manager that Sunteck offers the best service available; that’s what he expects you to say. But when he hears it from a fellow purchasing manager then that’s something entirely different. Always ask for referrals! Asking for referrals is the difference between
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