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31 companies recognized for long-standing commitment, contributions to TCA

31 companies recognized for long-standing commitment, contributions to TCA
TCA’s Ambassador Club members were recognized for their long-standing commitment to the association during the Board of Directors’ Meeting at Truckload 2021 in Las Vegas. Pictured, from left, are Sharp Transport’s Allie Schwalb and Chase Adkins; TCA At-Large Officer and Diamond Transportation System, Inc.’s Jon Coca; Pottle’s Transportation’s Barry Pottle; and FTC Transportation, Inc.’s Greg Garen.

During the September 26 Board of Directors meeting at the Truckload Carriers Association’s (TCA) Truckload 2021: Las Vegas convention, 31 member companies were recognized for their long-standing commitment and contributions to the Association.

Membership Committee Chairman and Garner Trucking’s Director of Operations Tim Chrulski, along with the committee’s Vice Chair and Locomation, Inc.’s Chief Commercial Officer Glynn Spangenberg, congratulated the members for their loyalty.

“The knowledge our Ambassador Club companies have contributed over the years is what has made this association such a valuable asset to the truckload community,” said Chrulski.

Spangenberg echoed Chrulski’s sentiments.

“Their combined experience in truckload has created the foundation for this Association and is leading truckload into the future. These companies are the lifeblood of our Association and we’re grateful for their support,” Spangenberg said.

Ten companies were newly inducted into TCA’s prestigious Ambassador Club for reaching 25 years of membership and received Ambassador Club plaques. They include:

  • FirstExpress, Inc. — Nashville, Tennessee
  • FTC Transportation, Inc. — Oklahoma City
  • Metro Xpress — Wichita, Kansas
  • Pottle’s Transportation, LLC — Hermon, Maine
  • RSD Transportation — White River Junction, Vermont
  • Sage Corporation — Camp Hill, Pennsylvania
  • Sharp Transport, Inc. — Ethridge, Tennessee
  • Transflo — Tampa, Florida
  • Truline Corporation — Las Vegas
  • Watt & Stewart Commodities, Inc. — Claresholm, Alberta, Canada

Additionally, Craig Transportation Co., based in Perrysburg, Ohio, was recognized for its 80 years of membership with TCA.

Also during the meeting, three companies — Cresco Lines, Inc., of Phoenix, Illinois; Diamond Transportation System, Inc., of Racine, Wisconsin; and DSV Road Transport, Inc., of Missoula, Montana — were presented with crystal globes for achieving 50 years of membership.

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The Truckload Authority News Staff, comprised of award winning journalists and graphic artists, produces content for Truckload Authority, working in cooperation with the Truckload Carriers Association staff. Truckload Authority aims to keep TCA members abreast on the latest trends in the trucking industry as well as articles that feature TCA member executives and drivers. The Truckload Authority staff is based in Little Rock, Arkansas.
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