TIA Releases White Paper on Safeguarding Shipments Against Fraud

 [Alexandria, Va., Jan. 29, 2024] — TIA recently unveiled its latest resource aimed at addressing widespread fraud in the marketplace. The release features the latest industry whitepaper, titled ‘Safeguarding Shipments Against Freight Fraud and Double Brokering Risks.’ 

Focused on shippers in the marketplace, the whitepaper identifies seven strategies for shippers to protect themselves from cargo and payment fraud. These strategies include:

• Conduct Rigorous Due Diligence;
• Foster Long-Term Relationships;
• Verify Carrier and Driver Information at Pickup;
• Restrict Exposure to Load Boards;
• Inform Carriers on How to Detect Fraud;
• Insist on Real-Time Tracking Updates; and
• Enforce Appointment Scheduling.

The whitepaper represents the latest initiative from TIA’s Shipper Committee, comprised of logistics and shipper professionals. TIA’s ongoing efforts aim to deliver value and guidance to all entities within the supply chain.
 
To view the latest whitepaper, click here.

TIA Launches New Industry Fraud Report

[Alexandria, Va., Jan. 18, 2024] TIA is launching a new quarterly fraud report to highlight the damage that freight fraud is having on the supply chain industry.

Collaborating with the International Factoring Association, the global leader among associations for accounts receivable finance organizations, the TIA Fraud Task Force will work with its members to highlight how often fraud happens in the industry; what commodities are most targeted and how much fraud is costing shippers, brokers and carriers annually.

“Freight fraud is our members number one priority,” said Anne Reinke, president & CEO of the TIA. “We do not feel that the federal government, FBI or local police are understanding the extent of fraud that happens in the supply chain industry. Fraud costs victims an estimated $500 million to $700 million in freight payments annually.”

With an annual revenue of more than $700 billion, the trucking and logistics industry is a big target. This common fraud occurs when bad actors, masquerading as motor carriers, logistics companies, or fraudulent entities steal or re-broker loads without the knowledge or consent of any of the parties to the transaction. Fraudulent entities will often steal the identities of legitimate motor carriers and find other victims to take freight and withhold payment.

Tania Daniel, executive director of the International Factoring Association, expressed her support for the collaborative effort, stating, “Combating fraud requires a unified front, and the cooperation between TIA and the International Factoring Association is a crucial step towards safeguarding the integrity of the industry.”

To help members combat fraud, TIA offers a free course “Fraud in the Supply Chain“, which helps brokers develop selection policies to combat fraud. Additionally, TIA will be releasing an updated Framework to Combat Fraud. This comprehensive framework covers all the types of fraud currently perpetuated in the supply chain and feedback on how to handle these situations when faced with them. This is the third update to this important framework since its inception in 2015.

Furthermore, stay tuned for the highly anticipated whitepaper on fraud and the supply chain and how shippers are addressing this crisis. The whitepaper will provide seven best practices for shippers to mitigate the risk of freight fraud and what they are looking for in their brokers.

The first quarterly Fraud Report is expected to be released in Quarter 2 2024.

TIA Express Disappointment in DOL Independent Contractor Ruling

[Alexandria, Va., Jan. 10, 2024] — TIA released the following statement in response to the final rule issued recently by the Department of Labor related to the classification of independent contractors:

TIA and our 2,000 member companies express our disappointment with the Administration and anti-business DOL.

Independent contractors play a pivotal role within our nation’s supply chain, serving as essential cogs in its seamless operation. Logistics companies depend significantly on their contributions to the supply chain and workforce. The notion of reclassifying these vital independent contractors as employees and creating a confusing and conflicting system to determine employment status poses a grave threat to the well-being of the supply chain, small businesses, and the American economy.

TIA remains firm in our commitment to advocate for the preservation of independent contractors and protect the important role they play in sustaining the integrity and efficiency of our nation’s supply chain.

TIA Enhances Education Programming with SYNC Training

[Alexandria, Va., Jan. 9, 2024] — The Transportation Intermediaries Association (TIA) – the only organization exclusively representing transportation intermediaries of all disciplines doing business in domestic and international commerce – is excited to announce a collaboration with Metafora’s SYNC Logistics Training to enhance TIA’s education programs, New Broker Certification and New Employee Orientation, by adding live simulations for students.

 

With the addition of SYNC Training’s live simulations, students now have the opportunity to implement what they are learning in a practical way without worry prior to reaching out to potential clients, customers, and drivers.

 

“TIA’s Research and Education arm is always on the hunt for the best instruction so that our members can learn how best to operate and grow their businesses,” said Anne Reinke, president & CEO of TIA. “We are delighted to have added Sync Logistics Training to our team of world-class instructors.  Sync will provide practical knowledge and real-life examples of how best to work with carriers, shippers and all freight stakeholders.”

 

Students will have access to the SYNC training platform via TIA’s Learning Management System, which will improve the overall learning experience for each student to help ensure they are prepared to start scaling their business after graduation from the course.

 

The program also corresponds and works in conjunction with best-in-class asynchronous learning modules designed by industry experts, industry leading coaches that offer live training on a weekly basis on a myriad of topics pertinent to new brokers, as well as proven training delivery methods by TIA Education staff that helps to ensure students have the skills they need to be successful within the brokerage industry upon completion of the course.

 

“We are excited to partner with TIA to add additional value to their already strong training by providing some of our scenario-based training,” said Ryan Schreiber, vice president of Growth & Industry at Metafora. “The scenario-based training that Sync offers helps brokers practice the skills they learn in training in a low friction environment and accelerates their ramp.

 

 

About TIA:

The Transportation Intermediaries Association (TIA) is the professional organization of the $232 billion third-party logistics industry. TIA is the only organization exclusively representing transportation intermediaries of all disciplines doing business in domestic and international commerce. TIA is the voice of transportation intermediaries to shippers, carriers, government officials, and international organizations. Learn more about TIA at www.tianet.org.

 

About TIAIRE:

TIA Industry Research & Education Department provides the 3PL industry with education and certification courses that are delivered by industry experts and provide real-world best practices and professionalism. For more information, visit tianet.org/online-education-courses/

 

About Metafora:

Metafora is a technology consulting firm focused on transportation, logistics and supply chain strategy. Metafora’s goal is to help businesses overcome obstacles and drive progress through better development and application of freight tech. Our mission is to drive the transportation & logistics industry forward, so we can contribute to a more efficient world together. Learn more at http://www.metafora.net.

 

TIA’s Capital Ideas Conference Exhibit Hall Sold Out

[Alexandria, Va., Jan. 4, 2024] — The Transportation Intermediaries Association (TIA) – the only organization exclusively representing transportation intermediaries of all disciplines doing business in domestic and international commerce – announced that its Capital Ideas Conference in Phoenix, April 10-13, has sold out its exhibit hall space.

Don’t miss the opportunity to meet and network with broker-based logistics professionals and see the who’s who of the industry in the exhibit hall.

Exhibitors include:

 

123loadboard.com
3G
3PL Systems
Allianz Trade North America
Alvys
Amous
Ascend TMS – www.TheFreeTMS.com – Brandon, FL
Assure Assist, Inc.
Avalon Risk Management
Axle Technologies
Banyan Technology
Benesch
Billtrust
Bitfreighter
Black Belt Transportation Consulting
Blue Yonder
Cargo Chief, Inc.
CargoNet
Carrier Details LLC
Chetu Inc.
Cleo
CS Recruiting
DAT Freight & Analytics
DDC FPO
Denim
Descartes Systems (USA), LLC
Direct Freight Services
Distributors & Consolidators of America (DACA)
EBE Technologies
EPIC Insurance Brokers
eTrac Technologies
Evans Delivery Company, Inc.
ExFreight Zeta LLC
Expedite All
Freight Management Systems, Inc.
Freightclaims.Com
Front
Global Executive Solutions Group
GLT Logistics
Greenscreens.ai
Gulf Coast Business Credit
HaulPay
Highway
Hubtek LLC
Hubtek LLC/Profitquest
Hubtek LLC/Talentek
Infinity Software Solutions, Inc.
Infosite Technologies, Inc.
ISO (Isometric Technologies)
Kleinschmidt Inc.
Lean Solutions Group
Logistically, Inc.
LOGISTIQ Insurance Solutions – Redondo Beach, CA
Loup Logistics
McLeod Software
MercuryGate
MVMNT
My Freight Staff, LLC
Navix.io Inc.
Odyssey Logistics
Parade
PCS Software
PFA Transportation Insurance & Surety Services
Primus Solutions (ShipPrimus TMS)
project44
Qued, Inc
Relay Payments
Reliance Partners
RenovoData
Revenova, LLC
Roanoke Insurance Group
ROAR Logistics
Rose Rocket
S2Q Systems
SMC3
Tai Software
The Raymond Corporation
Thoroughbred Direct Intermodal Services
Transflo – A Pegasus TransTech Company
Transport Topics
Tranztec Solutions, Inc.
Trimble
TriumphPay
Trucker Path
Trucker Tools
Truckers Against Trafficking
Truckstop.com
Turvo, Inc.
Valoroo
Vooma
Wirebee Inc
Z Freight

 

To register, click here.

TIA Congratulates 2023 Trimester 3 Graduates

[Alexandria, Va., Jan. 3, 2024] — The Transportation Intermediaries Association (TIA) – the only organization exclusively representing transportation intermediaries of all disciplines doing business in domestic and international commerce – congratulates the latest graduates of the Certified Transportation Broker (CTB) program.

“131 TIA members successfully earned their CTB credential in 2023,” said Anne Reinke, president & CEO of TIA. “Year after year, we have TIA members who want to advance their skillset and knowledge of the 3PL industry to serve their customers and their businesses to the best of their ability. We are so proud of these individuals who really demonstrate that TIA members are the best brokers bar none.”

TIA’s CTB program is the only program available to transportation and freight brokerage professionals designed to increase business acumen, improve operational and sales skills and better manage risk.  The comprehensive program challenges professionals across the landscape of the 3PL operational spectrum. A CTB designation is the highest broker certification that exists and is widely recognized among 3PLs.

“Congratulations to the 46 graduates who received their CTB designation in Trimester 3,” said Mark Fiorini, president of Westgate Global Logistics and chairman of the CTB Committee. “The achievement earned by each of these logistics professionals is direct evidence of their commitment to continuing education as well as to their companies and the industry. The CTB Committee remains dedicated to constant improvement of the course, so we will continue to recruit star performers from each Trimester to add value to our efforts through their expertise.’

Congratulations to the following Trimester Graduates:

Aidan B. West, CTB, Drayage Logistics

Alejandro Arboleda Orrego, CTB, Logistics Freight Solutions Inc dba PRIMO

Alexander Dugan, CTB, Johanson Transportation Service

Alicia Holbrook, CTB, Keller Freight Solutions

Amy L Lewis, CTB, Agricultural Logistics

Andrew Fleming, CTB, Southland Transportation

Bailey M. Brown, CTB, Transport Logistics, Inc

Ben Waivol, CTB, Southern Reins Logistics

Blake Walker, CTB, Southland Transportation

Brian D. Bruck, CTB, LTI Delivers, Inc.

Chad F. Everett, CTB, Southland Transportation

Christina A. Sanchez, CTB, Genpro Inc.

Dallas Lee, CTB, Overdrive Logistics Inc

Danielle K. Prell, CTB, Travero Logistics

David Hoenig, CTB, ILG Logistics

Dustin Kaye, CTB, WHY Logistics

Eliza Stanton, CTB, CTE Logistics

Erik Robert Ransom, CTB, Premier Logistics Partners, LLC.

Fredo Rocha, CTB, Prosponsive Logistics

Genessis Ortiz, CTB, Roar Logistics

Ingrid Johana Marin, CTB, Cargo Dynamics LLC

Jack Howard, CTB, Idaho Truck Service

James Na’eem Gardner, CTB, The Rock Logistics Group LLC

Jennifer Mosher, CTB, Travero Logistics

Jessica Jordan, CTB, JC Transport, LLC

Jon Pennington, CTB, Intercity Direct LLC

Joni Long, CTB, Travero Logistics

Joshua Cody Anderson, CTB, Bluewater Logistics Group LLC

Judson Alan Halbrooks, CTB, McLeod Software

Kathryn Leigh White, CTB, DRT Transportation

Katrina Harris, CTB, Gateway Logistics Inc.

Landon A. Gentry, CTB, Southland Transportation Company

Laurel Powers, CTB, ILG Logistics

Mandisa Mosi Bell, CTB, Geodis

Matt Ricciuti, CTB, United Transportation Services, Inc

Melissa Bailey, CTB, Riverside Logistics

Nathan W. Crites, CTB, Agricultural Logistics

Nicole Mirowski, CTB, ILG Logistics

Paige Holst, CTB, LTI Delivers, Inc.

Paul O. Stewart, CTB, Secure Domestic Logistics LLC

Prabhdeep Brar, CTB, GSR Brokerage Inc.

Robert Dresker, CTB, DSG Logistics

Blake West, CTB, Drayage Logistics

Tharus Nixon, CTB, Road Warriors Unlimited LLC

Tia Jean Gruenstern, CTB, WOW Logistics

William Maddox, CTB, Mcleod Software

 

For more information on the CTB, visit https://www.tianet.org/course-ctb/. The 2024 Trimester 1 begins on Jan. 8.

 

About TIA:

The Transportation Intermediaries Association (TIA) is the professional organization of the $232 billion third-party logistics industry. TIA is the only organization exclusively representing transportation intermediaries of all disciplines doing business in domestic and international commerce. TIA is the voice of transportation intermediaries to shippers, carriers, government officials, and international organizations. Learn more about TIA at www.tianet.org.

 

 

MEDIA CONTACT:
Melanie Hinton
+1 703-202-7558
hinton@tianet.org

 

 

 

Women In Trucking Call for Nominations: 2024 Distinguished Woman in Logistics Award

Alexandria, Va. – January 2, 2024 – Women In Trucking Association (WIT), Truckstop, and Transportation Intermediaries Association (TIA) are seeking nominations for the 2024 Distinguished Woman in Logistics Award (DWLA).

“We are proud to recognize the talents and passion of women leaders in the logistics industry, not only for their career accomplishments, but their desire to grow future leaders as well,” said Jennifer Hedrick, president and CEO of Women in Trucking.

Supported by Truckstop and TIA, the award is open to high-performing women in any field related to logistics, including supply chain management, third-party logistics, and trucking.

“In an industry dominated by men, it is important to acknowledge the impact women have on the trucking industry,” said Anne Reinke, president & CEO of TIA. “Since its inception, this award recognizes the accomplishments and hard work of women in this industry and we are proud to be a continued partner in celebrating their achievements.”

The award selection committee includes representatives from WIT, Truckstop, TIA and academia.

“The Women In Trucking Association continues to be a leading organization in driving the advancement of women in transportation and logistics,” said Kendra Tucker, chief executive officer, Truckstop. “We proudly support The Distinguished Woman in Logistics Award and are looking forward to showcasing the accomplishments of these remarkable leaders.”

The award originated in 2015 to recognize exceptional individuals for their achievements and leadership in logistics and is given annually during TIA’s Capital Ideas Conference & Exhibition.

The winner of the 2024 DWLA will be announced during the TIA 2024 Capital Ideas Conference & Exhibition, on Friday, April 12 in Phoenix, Arizona.

To nominate a candidate, complete and submit the nomination form at womenintrucking.org/distinguished-woman-in-logistics. Nominations are due February 12, 2024.

For additional information regarding the nomination process, send an email to Lana@womenintrucking.org.

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About Women In Trucking Association, Inc.

Women In Trucking Association, Inc. is a nonprofit association established to encourage the employment of women in the trucking industry, promote their accomplishments and minimize obstacles faced by women working in the trucking industry. Membership is not limited to women, as 17 percent of its members are men who support the mission. Women In Trucking is supported by its members and the generosity of Gold Level Partners: Arrow Truck Sales, Bridgestone Americas, Daimler Truck North America, FedEx Freight, Great Dane, J.B. Hunt Transport, Michelin North America, Navistar International, Inc., PACCAR, Penske Transportation Solutions, Ryder System, Walmart, and WM. Follow WIT on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, Instagram, TikTok, and YouTube. For more information, visit womenintrucking.org or call 888-464-9482.

About Truckstop

Truckstop is a trusted partner for carriers, brokers, and shippers, empowering the freight community through a platform of innovative solutions for the entire freight lifecycle to increase efficiency, automate processes, and accelerate growth. As one of the industry’s largest neutral freight marketplaces, Truckstop provides the customer service as well as scale of quality loads and trucks to give customers of all sizes, whether on the road or in the office, the transparency and freedom to build lasting relationships and grow their businesses. To learn how Truckstop is helping move the freight community forward, visit https://truckstop.com.

About Transportation Intermediaries Association (TIA)

Transportation Intermediaries Association is the professional organization of the $214 billion third-party logistics industry. TIA is the only organization exclusively representing transportation intermediaries of all disciplines, doing business in domestic and international commerce. TIA is the voice of the 3PL industry to shippers, carriers, government officials and international organizations. TIA is the United States member of the International Federation of Freight Forwarder Associations, FIATA. For more information, visit www.tianet.org or call 703.299.5700.

TIA Applauds Introduction of C-TPAT Pilot Program Act

Alexandria, Va. – December 21, 2023 – The Transportation Intermediaries Association (TIA) released the following statement following the introduction of legislation that would finally allow Department of Transportation (DOT) licensed property brokers to participate in the Custom Trade Partnership Against Terrorism (C-TPAT) program. Since the program’s inception in 2006, TIA members have not been allowed to participate not because of their merits but because of a bias against DOT-licensed property brokers.

H.R. 6876, the “CTPAT Pilot Program Act” is bipartisan legislation introduced by Reps. Elissa Slotkin (D-7th/Mich.), Morgan Luttrell (R-8th/Texas), Rob Menendez (D-8th/N.J.), and Mariannette Miller-Meeks (R-1st/Iowa).

“For years TIA members were purposefully omitted from a program that was developed in the aftermath of 9/11,” said Anne Reinke, TIA president & CEO. “C-TPAT does a great job securing our homeland and defending our supply chain. 3PL’s add value to this effort and we look forward to doing our part to ensure that freight being transported cross-border is done to the highest safety standards.”

The “CTPAT Pilot Program Act” will grant 10 previously neglected companies an opportunity to join a pilot program that will enable the applying company C-TPAT certification, if they meet the minimum requirements.

“This is a common-sense approach to a problem that never should have taken place,” says Chris Burroughs, TIA vice president of Government Affairs. “The status quo is contrary to legislative intent. Our members play an integral role in national security. This legislation is about national security, jobs and fairness.”

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TIA is the professional organization of the $232 billion third-party logistics industry.  TIA is the only organization exclusively representing transportation intermediaries of all disciplines doing business in domestic and international commerce.  TIA is the voice of transportation intermediaries to shippers, carriers, government officials, and international organizations. To learn more about TIA, visit www.tianet.org.

Contact: Melanie Hinton                                                                 

Email:  hinton@tianet.org

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TIA Welcomes Curtis Garrett as New LTL Education Course Instructor

[Alexandria, VA, December 20, 2023] — The Transportation Intermediaries Association (TIA) is excited to welcome Curtis Garrett, founder of Understand LTL, as the primary instructor for TIA’s Less-Than-Truckload (LTL) education course. With nearly two decades of experience in the freight industry, Curtis brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise to TIA’s educational courses and initiatives. 

TIA’s Institute for Research & Education embraces a mission to advance the careers of TIA members, to help make them truly the best in the 3PL industry. That is why we are so delighted to add such a renowned LTL expert like Curtis Garrett to teach our LTL course,” said Anne Reinke, TIA President and CEO. “Having expert instructors provide superior education helps our members succeed and grow their businesses.

TIA’s LTL course teaches members how to define LTL, describe the types of LTL carriers, classify types of commodities and prohibited articles, recognize basic loss and damage claims, and recognize when it’s time to expand their services. Understand LTL offers a wide range of engaging courses, resources and content for the LTL community, which Curtis will integrate with TIA’s LTL education course. 

“As one of the most critical organizations in the US freight brokerage world, the Transportation Intermediaries Association has been key in driving community, education, and network across the industry for a long time. With LTL on the rise as an essential service that many 3PL’s look to provide to their customers, I am honored to have Understand LTL (ULTL) partnered with TIA in advancing their LTL education, training, and capabilities,” said Garrett. “I am looking forward to a long partnership between ULTL and TIA that ultimately ends up with the freight market becoming better equipped at navigating the LTL mode.” 

The 2024 Q1LTL educational course kicks off with its first module on January 8. Learn more about each module, view the full schedule and register here.  

We are excited to welcome Curtis Garrett as the TIA LTL Instructor. Curtis has the personal experience and hands-on knowledge of the LTL world,” said Cori Eckley, TIA Foundation Board Chair. “His expertise will further our growth and education material in the area of LTL.”

Visit our website to learn more about all of TIA’s educational courses and offerings.

About TIA:

The Transportation Intermediaries Association (TIA) is the professional organization of the $232 billion third-party logistics industry. TIA is the only organization exclusively representing transportation intermediaries of all disciplines doing business in domestic and international commerce. TIA is the voice of transportation intermediaries to shippers, carriers, government officials, and international organizations. Learn more about TIA at www.tianet.org.

MEDIA CONTACTS

Melanie Hinton
+1 703-202-7558

hinton@tianet.org 

Hope Barrón

OnWrd & UpWrd, on behalf of TIA

+1 915-256-6772

hbarron@onwrdupwrd.com  

Freight Economy Bests Prior Forecasts With Strong Q3 Performance

ALEXANDRIA, Va. (December 4, 2023) —  The freight industry showed signs of life according to third quarter 2023 data, bucking a trend of weak performance that began in the second quarter of 2022. However, sluggish freight volumes and trucking overcapacity will likely keep future results tepid until at least the back half of 2024, according to the latest data from the Transportation Intermediaries Association’s 3PL Market Report, Third Quarter 2023.

“Our forward-looking data has had us bracing for continued weakness in the freight economy,” said TIA President and CEO Anne Reinke. “However, the surprising strength we saw during the third quarter goes to show that the market can still outperform forecasts. Our members continue to be incredibly resilient and have made the most of less-than-stellar conditions in recent quarters.”

The freight economy, which the report calls the GDP Goods Transport Sector, rose 6.5 percent quarter over quarter, breaking a 5-quarter streak of negative or nearly negative quarter-over-quarter growth. That growth aligned with a 4.9 percent increase in U.S. real gross domestic product (GDP) during the third quarter.

TIA Members saw quarter-over-quarter declines in total shipments (-2.2 percent) and total revenue (-0.2 percent), but an increase in invoice amount per shipment (2.1 percent). Members saw double-digit percentage declines in all three metrics year over year.

“We’re looking at tough year-over-year comparisons for brokers given that the third quarter of 2022 was a strong one for members,” said Mark Christos, TIA Chair and Chair of the Market Report. “That being said, the positive results detailed in this most recent report are encouraging for members as we brace for further headwinds until mid-2024.”

In terms of sector performance, intermodal (IM) and less-than-truckload (LTL) recorded quarter-over-quarter gains in total shipments, while truckload (TL) saw a decline in total shipments. All three segments posted mid-single-digit to double-digit year-over-year percentage declines in total shipments.

TIA’s 3PL Market Report is released on a quarterly basis and uses data collected from 50+ participating TIA members to analyze shifts in broker activity, which is largely dominated by the truckload sector. FTR Transportation Intelligence prepared this quarter’s report.

More Takeaways and Trends Include:

· A key driver of the freight economy’s slowdown is trucking capacity, which grew significantly between 2020 and year-end 2022, even as freight demand began to stall in 2022. Several small carriers created during the past three years have since failed. However, capacity hasn’t declined enough to tighten the market.

· Consumer spending continues to be a metric to watch, given its strong influence on the freight economy. The most recent data indicate the levels of consumer spending that have kept freight demand solid, if not growing, could continue for some time. One factor that could undermine consumer confidence is further weakness in job growth.

· Motor vehicles and parts output has boosted the broader manufacturing sector throughout 2023. Strong output during the first two quarters may be due to a production increase in anticipation of the United Auto Workers’ strikes at three major U.S. automakers between mid-September and the end of October. It’s uncertain whether output will resume at pre-strike 2023 levels or return to weaker pre-pandemic levels.

The full report “3PL Market Report, Third Quarter 2023, Issue 60” is available for free to media upon request.

Please note: The 3PL Market Report is intended for TIA subscribers and the full report is not meant to be reproduced or redistributed by any recipients.

About TIA

The Transportation Intermediaries Association (TIA) is the professional organization of the $214 billion third-party logistics industry. TIA is the only organization exclusively representing transportation intermediaries of all disciplines doing business in domestic and international commerce. TIA is the voice of transportation intermediaries to shippers, carriers, government officials, and international organizations. Learn more about TIA at www.tianet.org.

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