July 6, 2022 Corporate traffic makes annual top logistics list for 23rd consecutive year

Corporate Traffic Logistics, an asset-based third-party logistics provider headquartered in Jacksonville, Fla., is honored to be named a Top 100 3PL Provider by Inbound Logistics for the 23rd consecutive year.

Inbound Logistics’ Top 100 3PL Provider’s list serves as a qualitative assessment of service providers best equipped to meet and surpass our audience’s evolving outsourcing needs. Each year, Inbound Logistics editors select the best logistics solutions providers by carefully evaluating submitted information, conducting personal interviews and online research, and comparing that data to our audience’s burgeoning global supply chain and logistics challenges. IL editors selected this year’s class of Top 100 3PLs from a pool of more than 300 companies.

“Being a nationally recognized top logistics provider is an annual goal here at Corporate Traffic” said Chris Cline, President of Corporate Traffic Logistics. “This is our 30th year in business so we are especially proud of this recognition!”

About Corporate Traffic Logistics

Corporate Traffic Logistics is a family-owned and operated asset-based 3PL headquartered in Jacksonville, Fla. with branches in Charlotte, N.C. and Toledo, Ohio. Founded in 1992, Corporate Traffic is an industry-recognized leader in asset and non-asset logistics and transportation solutions, including managed LTL, intermodal, ocean services, expedited air freight, drayage, dry van, temperature-controlled and flatbed. Corporate Traffic has been ranked a Best Place to Work by the Jacksonville Business Journal and Florida Trend Magazine. For more information, visit www.corporatetraffic.com.  

About Inbound Logistics

Inbound Logistics, the demand-driven logistics magazine, is the leading multi-channel content provider targeted toward business logistics and supply chain managers. Inbound Logistics’ mission is to help companies of all sizes better manage corporate resources by speeding and reducing inventory and supporting infrastructure, and better matching demand signals to supply lines. More information is available at www.inboundlogistics.com.