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Transervice Logistics celebrates a half-century of solutions

Transervice Logistics Inc is celebrating the company’s 50th anniversary year with a program line-up of internal and external events designed to promote its proud heritage and services, recognize outstanding employees and service partners and contribute valuable training opportunities, insights and solutions related to topical transportation industry issues.

Founded in 1969 by three transportation executives, the company initially provided full-service leasing out of eight locations in four states, supported by 35 employees with the corporate headquarters established in Lake Success NY.

While the home base is still anchored in Lake Success, Transervice’s customized transportation services now encompass logistics, dedicated contract carriage, fleet leasing, contract maintenance and material handling equipment leasing and maintenance.

Transervice’s roster of signature accounts includes The Kroger Company, Walgreens, Bimbo Bakeries USA, Exide Technologies, Bell Canada Enterprises and The New York Times.

During its 50th anniversary year, Transervice will:

•Host celebration events for its corporate and satellite location employees

•Introduce an anniversary logo, timeline, company history video and retro-themed newsletter

•Create a  themed anniversary exhibit booth for NPTC and IFDA trade shows

•Sponsor a panel discussion at a national transportation industry event addressing mechanic and driver recruitment efforts and other industry topics

•Publish a series of white papers on critical industry issues

•Provide award recognition to outstanding drivers and mechanics in the Transervice system

•Offer a tuition policy for truck technicians

•Make a 50th anniversary donation to a local non-profit

Transervice maintains more than 124 regional and local facilities across North America and manages 25,000-plus pieces of equipment.

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