Trade Show Tips Vendors Trade Show

Posted & filed under Dry Less-than-Truckload.

Attending a trade show as a first-time vendor can be overwhelming. With the cost and variety of available trade shows, it’s important to attend the ones that give you the biggest return on your time and money with valuable business connections. How do you do that? Start by following these five tips to make the… Read more »

LTL Class definitions NMFC Code National Motor Freight Classification

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Often assumed and misunderstood, reclassifications by carriers can be difficult to follow. This article will review some of the most common questions we see in the LTL division at England Logistics and provide a general overview of LTL class definitions. Classification rules are established by the National Motor Freight Traffic Association, Inc. (NMFTA), which is… Read more »

Crucial Conversations book review

Posted & filed under HR Elevated.

“Crucial Conversations” by Patterson, Grenny, McMillan and Switzler is not a book that should be glanced over. When you really immerse yourself in this book, you’ll find that it holds immense value in developing professional and personal communications. After reading this review, I hope that you will have a desire to dive into the book… Read more »

3 Sales Tips Successful Salesperson Sales Teams

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Offering a sale doesn’t have to be a four-letter word. Although sales teams often get a bad reputation, it’s usually because they are skipping a valuable step. Follow these three tips to make a quality sale and build a lasting business relationship.   Show your customers that you genuinely care. People matter more than sales,… Read more »

500000 Meals Fed Childhood Hunger Milestone

Posted & filed under One.

It’s easy to get lost in the large number of meals needed to end childhood hunger. That’s why we’re taking a minute to celebrate an important milestone. The One Initiative has provided 500,000 meals for food insecure children, marking the halfway point along our road to feeding one million hungry children in 2018. Get perspective… Read more »

Employee Spotlight - Curtis

Posted & filed under Culture.

The England Logistics team is made up of focused, committed and downright delightful individuals. As one of the nation’s top freight brokerage firms, our success and reputation are due to the unique skills and personalities that each member of our team contributes. To help you get to know the people behind England Logistics, we are… Read more »

Fleet Cast Podcast England Carrier Services ELD

Posted & filed under England Carrier Services.

Steve and Stuart from our England Carrier Services team sit down to discuss what to expect from the Roadcheck this year, how it differs from past years and what you can do to stay on the road.   Subscribe to Fleet Cast ###   The England Carrier Services (ECS) division offers a variety of services… Read more »

Roadcheck

Posted & filed under England Carrier Services.

The Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance (CVSA) has announced details of the annual International Roadcheck, which will take place June 5-7, 2018. According to the CVSA, there were nearly 17 vehicle inspections each minute during the 72-hour period of the 2017 inspection. With that in mind, now is the time for all carrier safety and compliance… Read more »

Adventures Within 15 Minutes of England Logistics

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Each section of Utah has a new adventure to offer, but did you know that there are several activities available within minutes of Salt Lake City? Find out what the beehive state has to offer with some of England Logistics favorite adventures near our Salt Lake City office. Whether you’re a local or only stopping… Read more »

Building Blocks of Customer Service Relationships

Posted & filed under Full Truckload.

Whether you’re the seller or consumer, we each know that customer service can make or break a sale. It’s easy to slip up in customer service. There are several variables that are out of our control, such as carrier breakdowns, compliance issues, late or missed appointments or weather-related issues. However, keep in mind that there… Read more »