England Logistics Awarded Best of State 2017

England Logistics Awarded Best of State 2017

SALT LAKE CITY, Utah, April 19, 2017 – England Logistics, one of the nation’s top freight brokerage firms, has been awarded Best of Stateâ2017 in the Business Services – Freight/Logistics division. The Best of State Programâannually awards companies in ten divisions after careful analysis by individual judging panels. Award winners will be recognized at the Best of State Gala held on May 17, 2017 at the Salt Palace Convention Center.

The Best of Stateâjudging panels consist of local volunteers recommended by a Utah Chamber of Commerce, an industry association or a Utah mayor’s office. Each judge is considered an industry leader or expert in the division they will be judging. Each nomination is judged individually based on three criteria: excelling in their endeavors, using innovative approaches or methods, and contributing to a better quality of life in Utah.

“I am proud of our team’s efforts to improve the quality of the logistics industry as well as our community,” stated Jason Beardall, president of England Logistics. “We are honored to receive this recognition by the Best of State Program.”

A complete list of the rankings can be viewed at bestofstate.org/winners2017.html.


About England Logistics
England Logistics offers a vast portfolio of non-asset based transportation solutions including full truckload services, intermodal, dry and cold chain LTL, parcel, global logistics, and complete supply chain management. Headquartered in Salt Lake City, Utah, the company also has offices in Atlanta, Georgia; Detroit, Michigan; Greeley, Colorado; and Portland, Oregon. England Logistics is an equal opportunity employer offering competitive national and international opportunities to qualified candidates. For a shipping quote call 801-656-4500 or visit http://www.englandlogistics.com. To become part of England Logistics' award winning team, call 801-656-4717 or visit http://www.englandlogistics.com.

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