Carriers are the backbone of our success. Without our carriers, we wouldn’t be able to offer our shippers the quality and reliability they’ve come to expect from us.
February’s Carrier of the Month is Twin Pines Transportation, LLC. Operating primarily out of the North East Region, Twin Pines Transportation has been working with Spot for one year. Regardless of any situation, they go above and beyond to provide impeccable service. Additionally, they are fantastic communicators, ensuring all parties are on the same page. We look forward to growing our relationship with them and are glad they are on the team.
Read more below about Twin Pines Transportation, LLC. and its take on the transportation industry.
Tell us about your founding: We have been involved in the transportation industry for many years, but began our business in 2018. That’s when we decided it was time to start our own journey and create a business of our own.
What does your company specialize in? We haul refrigerated products primarily in the North East region of the country.
Why do you enjoy working with Spot? Spot has been a great company to work with. We enjoy being able to run dedicated loads so that we have consistency in our business. Spot also offers quick pay which is a great feature especially for a smaller company.
If you could change one thing about the transportation industry, what would it be? If we could change anything, we would change the amount of regulations and restrictions to help us better serve the industry.
What is your favorite part about being in the logistics industry? The transportation industry can be challenging at times. The self-satisfaction of being involved in moving products and providing excellent service can be extremely gratifying.
Anything else about your company or the industry that you think everyone should know? We are very fortunate to have the support system of family and friends coupled with business partners that have helped us succeed. We have worked very hard in our business and plan to continue a rewarding relationship with Spot.