Interstate Transport has opened two new, company-owned and operated sales and dispatch centers. The centers, located in Colorado and Missouri, opened simultaneously last month, adding to the company’s current regional locations in Florida and Georgia.
“The key to our amazing growth is that we listen intently to our customers,” says Tim Higham, president and CEO of Interstate Transport. “When they need experts who are ready to respond and provide regional solutions on the spot, we’ll open a sales and dispatch center nearby to meet their defined needs in that particular region. We want our customers to know that we are more than just a vendor, we are truly a partner and we’re willing to commit the resources and technology necessary to help them succeed. Our success only comes from their success.”
Geographical diversity means Interstate’s trucks are moving efficiently, which results in the best possible rates and on-time service for customers. Its regional sales and dispatch centers have ensured that customers’ freight continues to be loaded in locations that are in the most need of capacity. By adding additional sales and dispatch centers, Interstate is building specific expertise in temperature-controlled freight, specialized flatbed, and produce in those regions and assisting customers who face challenges keeping up with seasonal demands.
“We are constantly investing in the growth of our companies, and we anticipate future announcements before the end of the year and into 2012 regarding other sales and dispatch centers that are currently in development. It’s a tribute to our team here at Interstate that we can continue to expand during such trying economic times.
Learn more at Interstate-Transport.com.