The Mirrors and the Windshield: Looking Back at 2014 and Forward to 2015

The Mirrors and the Windshield: Looking Back at 2014 and Forward to 2015

We at Expediter Services feel truly fortunate to be associated with YOU — the absolute best expediting professionals in the business. We believe it’s this exemplary mix of carriers, contract drivers, owner operators, fleet owners and programs that brings together the right ingredients for everyone’s success. Based on your feedback and input, it’s our desire to offer you the best service available at every level to help you expand your business through constant improvement.

Looking in the mirrors, much has been accomplished in 2014 by working together with our partners to provide opportunities for growth. Throughout the year, these opportunities have been realized as an increasing number of new people have become drivers, while some existing drivers have become owners, and a number of owners have become fleet owners. This progression of growth is a testament to your hard work which helps us enhance and develop services and programs to facilitate even more opportunities.

Please check out the timeline below to see our progress in 2014.

Accelerating into 2015

As we peer forward into 2015, we realize it’s your valuable input that helps us chart a course to help you, our customers, achieve even greater success in the new year. We realize that your success is our success — and that as you move forward with your business, the expediting community as a whole benefits. Expediter Services truly welcomes your ideas, suggestions and knowledge that helps us to expand and improve our offerings in order to provide a greater level of support, programs and opportunity well into the future.

See our timeline to see what we have planned for 2015.

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