A Message from the CEO of GlobalTranz Regarding Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19)

March 13, 2020 Paige Krumwiede

A Message from the CEO of GlobalTranz Regarding Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) 

GlobalTranz is committed first and foremost to the health and safety of our team memberscustomers, carriers, business partners, and their loved ones. Our team has been working diligently to mitigate the impact of the coronavirus. As a result, GlobalTranz is open for business and remaincommitted to doing our part to keep America’s freight moving. 

To maintain operational continuity and to ensure we continue to serve the needs of our customers, we have implemented a “work from home” policy for our 1,200+ employees in the U.S. and MexicoThey are supported by our TMS and technology, allowing them to maintain the same visibility and capability as they would if operating within a GlobalTranz facility. Implementing a work from home policy not only helps slow the spread of the virus- it also ensures operational continuity and our ability to serve the needs of shippers and continue to deliver goods to consumers. 

GlobalTranz’s best-in-class carrier network is comprised of more than 34,000 truckload carriers and more than 120 LTL carriers. We are fortunate to work with them every day, and we salute the heroic drivers that are on the road and away from their loved ones during this pandemic. 

This continues to be a rapidly evolving situation. For updates and more information, please visit our blog or follow us on social media. 

Renee Krug 

CEO  

GlobalTranz 

 

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