Factoring Company Factoring Tips

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When choosing a factoring company, you have the opportunity to gain a strategic advantage by solidifying your success and simplifying your day. Utilizing factoring resources can result in numerous benefits. It’s essential to dig deep and find the funding source that best fits your needs. Ask yourself the following questions before selecting you factoring funding… Read more »

Reviewing Your Strategy

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Managing a successful business is a big task, especially in a constantly changing market. Customer reviews are one of the resources our agent division uses to help freight agents get back on track towards their goals. As this practice has proven to be valuable, the agent division has put together a customer reviews infographic containing… Read more »

Employee of the Month Backbone of the Month

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EMPLOYEE OF THE MONTH Join us in congratulating our September Employee of the Month, Justin! Not only does Justin have an outstanding business performance throughout the year, but he has also been an amazing supporter of his teammates. He consistently leads by example and his team looks to him for support. Justin is always there… Read more »

eld

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Electronic Logging Devices (ELDs) have been a hot topic since the announcement of the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration’s (FMCSA) regulation requiring carriers and drivers who currently maintain paper logs to install an ELD on all trucks. Fleets will need to be fully transitioned and meet compliance regulations by December 18, 2017. Although many carriers… Read more »

Employee of the Month Backbone of the Month

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EMPLOYEE OF THE MONTH Congratulations to our August Employee of the Month, Zac! Zac has been with England Logistics for over two years, and his growth as an AM has played a prominent role in the success of the division. Zac provides exceptional customer service and is available for his customers at any time of… Read more »

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SHERPA EMPLOYEE OF THE QUARTER Congratulations to our Q2 Sherpa Employee Award winner, Shannon! In her five years at EL, Shannon has worked her way through every role in her department and elevated herself to one of the top SAMs in her division. She approaches work the same way she approaches life. With her relentless… Read more »

Employee of the Month Backbone of the Month

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EMPLOYEE OF THE MONTH Congratulations to our July Employee of the Month, Brittini! Brittini is a hard-working and consistent employee who is always willing to tackle any task thrown her way. She provides great customer service, which has made her the division leader in customer count this year. Brittini brings a consistent effort and focus… Read more »

Working Toward Greatness Hard Work Ethic

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It has been said that England Logistics is a place for those who want to be better tomorrow than they were today. It is a place for those seeking greatness. Simply put, England Logistics is a place that attracts the best because it expects the best. Along with all aspects of COACHTeam, hard work is… Read more »

Employee of the Month Backbone of the Month

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EMPLOYEE OF THE MONTH Congratulations to our June Employee of the Month, Edwin! Edwin, or “Mr. Dominante” as we like to call him, is not only a leader on the team, but a reliable, consistent and highly-driven person. When he sets goals for himself, he doesn’t just achieve them, he destroys them. For example, Edwin… Read more »

The Grind Line Find Success Work Ethic

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The Stanley Cup playoffs are upon us. It has been said by many that the quest to win Lord Stanley’s Cup is one of the most grueling tasks in all of sports. It is physically and mentally grinding. With any championship team, you need players that are willing to know their role on the team… Read more »