June 5, 2019
Estes Express Lines Wins Multiple Industry Awards
Estes Express Lines, America’s largest privately owned freight transportation carrier has received several additional industry citations for outstanding performance and customer focus. As a preferred carrier for many third party logistics providers (3PL), Estes delivers industry expertise and transportation solutions tailored to the needs of these companies and their clientele
Estes’ latest recognitions include:
- Total Quality Logistics 2019 Preferred LTL Carrier – Estes consistently operated at the highest level of performance in the Preferred LTL Carrier program based on market share of TQL shipments, on-time percentage, claim percentage, and technology integration capabilities.
- Worldwide Express 2019 Special Recognition Award – Estes was cited as a carrier that went above and beyond to service Worldwide Express customers.
- RR Donnelley 2018 LTL Carrier of the Year – Estes’ rankings excelled in various areas including on-time service, claims, missed pickups, customer service, and its relationship with RR Donnelley.
- Echo Global Logistics 2018 National Carrier of the Year Award – Estes was recognized as an LTL carrier that best measured up to Echo Global Logistics’ quality standards.
“These awards acknowledge that our delivery of responsive freight solutions is helping customers focus on what matters most,” said President and CEO Rob Estes. “Our company was founded with the customers’ needs in the forefront. And almost 90 years later, that’s not going to change.”
About Estes Express Lines
The nation’s largest privately owned freight transportation carrier, Estes is a go-to provider of end-to-end transportation and custom logistics services. Through a vast regional, national, international, and global footprint, Estes’ comprehensive solutions include Less Than Truckload, Volume LTL, Truckload, Time-Critical Guaranteed, and Final Mile. Backed by nearly 90 years of industry expertise and financial stability, Estes delivers a better customer experience through flexibility and improved technology to best meet rapidly changing freight transportation needs. The Richmond, VA-based fourth-generation company operates one of the newest fleets in the industry, and understands that its nationwide team of over 18,000 employees is one of its strongest assets.