OH: Total Quality Logistics Relocates to Columbus, Adding 100 Jobs
17 Jan, 2013
Total Quality Logistics (TQL) has a new home in the city of Columbus. The company has relocated downtown to the Brewery District and anticipates creating more than 100 new jobs in Columbus in the next three years.
“Columbus gives us access to outstanding professional talent. That’s why we’re here,” said Rob Poulos, TQL vice president of sales in charge of satellite expansion. “We need highly motivated sales professionals to help us serve an increasingly larger share of the $350 billion truckload transportation market.”
TQL opened its Columbus office, formerly located on Easton Way, in 2011. The office has since grown to more than 50 employees. TQL’s new office is located at 640 South Front Street.
TQL is actively recruiting and hiring for its Columbus office. The company is looking for entry-level sales professionals who can help the company secure new accounts and manage their customers’ transportation needs. TQL provides extensive classroom and on-the-job logistics training to prepare new hires for the rigor of the role. Interested candidates should visit the company’s website at www.tqljobs.com.
About Total Quality Logistics
Total Quality Logistics is a privately held company founded in 1997 that connects consumer product and industrial goods shippers with truck operators that transport freight to market destinations across North America. The company’s more than 2,000 nationwide employees identify the right trucks for particular freight loads, negotiate rates, and ensure on-time delivery. TQL was the first freight brokerage in the nation to introduce mobile freight finding applications to the trucking industry. The company’s investment in industry-leading technology and its insistence on honest, straightforward communications has made it the second largest freight brokerage in the nation and a nationally recognized Top Workplace. TQL’s headquarters is located in Cincinnati, Ohio, with 16 additional satellite locations across the nation.