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TQL Opens First West Coast Location; 30th office Nationwide

Portland, OR – WEBWIRE

Total Quality Logistics (TQL) opens its doors in Oregon’s largest city today. The new sales office in Portland opens with seven founding members and anticipates adding another 50-75 sales representatives in the next three years.
“Portland’s economic success is closely linked to our active engagement with international markets and global trade. We are very pleased to welcome the expansion of Total Quality Logistics here, and we look forward to the new jobs and business opportunities that this national leader in logistics and freight brokerage will bring to Portland,” said Mayor Charlie Hales.
TQL connects customers needing to move truckload freight with quality carriers who have the capacity to move it. The company specializes in arranging full truckload freight movements.
“We’re excited to open an office on the West coast,” said TQL President, Kerry Byrne. “Portland offers an opportunity to attract motivated individuals from surrounding colleges and universities to a challenging and rewarding sales career with our company.” 

Prior experience in the logistics industry is not necessary as new hires with the company participate in a 26 week training program. 

This is the company’s 30th satellite office nationwide. The new Portland office is located at 121 SW Salmon Street, Suite 1440 Portland, OR 97204. Job seekers can apply for jobs immediately at


Total Quality Logistics is the second-largest freight brokerage firm in the nation with 30 offices in 17 states. TQL connects customers needing to move truckload freight shipments with carriers having capacity to move them. TQL is headquartered in Cincinnati, Ohio. Its 2014 sales topped $2 billion and it employs more than 3,100 people nationwide. Connect with TQL on Facebook or on Twitter.


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