|By Marketwired .||
|August 21, 2014 12:15 PM EDT||
WEST CHESTER, PA -- (Marketwired) -- 08/21/14 -- A. Duie Pyle (Pyle), the premier provider of asset and non-asset based transportation and supply chain solutions in the Northeast, has been recognized as the leading Northeast LTL carrier in Logistics Management Magazine's 2014 Quest for Quality Award. The prestigious industry award indicates overall excellence as a transportation services provider. Pyle was ranked the top-rated carrier in both the Northeast Less-Than-Truckload (LTL) and Expedited Motor Carrier categories.
In addition to winning best overall with an outstanding weighted score of 50.24, Pyle arose as the leader in three attributed categories: On-time Performance, Value and Information Technology.
"We are excited to share that Pyle has once again been named a top LTL carrier on Logistic Management's Quest for Quality list. This recognition marks our 25th consecutive year and bestows the highest honor to Transportation Solutions Providers throughout the country," says Peter Latta, Chairman & CEO at A. Duie Pyle. "The award stands for all that we strive for at Pyle -- quality, performance, customer service and value. A big appreciation goes to our Pyle People who continue to make our success possible year after year."
The Logistics Management survey, which is viewed as one of the most extensive industry surveys, is sent to readers, who review carriers, third-party logistics (3PLs) and service providers in areas such as on-time performance, value, information technology, customer service and equipment and operations. For more than 30 years, Logistics Management's Quest for Quality Survey has been regarded as the most important measure of customer satisfaction and performance excellence in the transportation and logistics industry.
To find out more about A. Duie Pyle, visit www.aduiepyle.com.
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