Total Quality Logistics Expands Chicago Office; Adds Jobs

Cincinnati–Total Quality Logistics (TQL), a third-party logistics firm, has relocated its Chicago office to the West Loop of Chicago in order to accommodate a rapidly growing staff.

TQL’s Chicago office was the company’s first satellite location and it opened in February 2009. TQL Chicago has grown from the six initial employees to 56, while TQL as a company has expanded into eight states and now employs more than 1,500.

“TQL Chicago has experienced more than 100% growth since we opened our doors in February 2009. To accommodate a larger team we have identified a larger facility to house not only our current employees, but future team members as well. The new office provides us the ability to grow our Chicago sales team over the next several years,” says Kerry Byrne, TQL’s Executive Vice President.

TQL is looking to fill this new office space with hard-working, energetic self-starters. The company hopes to add 78 employees in this location by the end of 2012. Interested candidates can apply at www.tqljobs.com/apply.

About Total Quality Logistics (www.TQL.com)
Total Quality Logistics is the nation’s fourth largest freight brokerage firm with more than 1,500 employees in eight states: Ohio, Illinois, Colorado, South Carolina, North Carolina, Florida, Indiana and Kentucky. TQL is headquartered in Cincinnati, Ohio, where the company was founded in 1997. TQL arranges full truckload transportation for more than 7,000 customers across the U.S. and Canada. It has built a reputation with its integrity, reliability and unmatched customer service standards. TQL was recently named a “Top Workplace” in Cincinnati as well as one of the “Healthiest Employers of Greater Cincinnati.” To learn more visit www.tql.com.

Contact Information:
Kacey King
PR Specialist
Total Quality Logistics
513-831-2600, ext 6818
kking@tql.com
www.tql.com

SOURCE: Submitted by TQL


 

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