TQL recruits sales leaders for offices

July 10, 2012
Total Quality Logistics is intensifying its efforts to attract top sales talent from across the nation to the rapidly growing transportation industry.

Total Quality Logistics (TQL) is intensifying its efforts to attract top sales talent from across the nation to the rapidly growing transportation industry. Through a program dubbed Fast Track, it hopes to find the sales leaders it needs to represent the company in new markets across the nation.

Fast Track hires relocate to Cincinnati OH to participate in TQL’s transportation logistics and sales training program. They are paid a competitive, full-time salary while learning skills necessary to coordinate complex freight movements and build their own book of business with new customers in the United States, Mexico, and Canada.

“To earn the business and trust of our customers, our account executives are trained to execute every detail of a truckload shipment from the moment of pick-up until the moment of delivery,” said Kerry Byrne, TQL executive vice-president.

TQL’s first class of Fast Track hires from Cleveland OH will be headed back to their hometown in a few months, opening TQL’s new Cleveland office in October. Detroit MI and Pittsburgh PA offices are expected to open in 2014, and TQL currently is hiring Fast Track candidates in these markets.

TQL expects to create at least 1,000 new jobs nationwide in the next three years. Interested candidates are encouraged to visit www.tqljobs.com to learn more, or call 800-580-3101 to speak with the Fast Track recruiter in their market.

For more information, visit www.tql.com.

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