3Gtms to support Department of Defense surface transportation activities in one of the TMS industry’s largest contracts of 2017
Shelton, Conn. - 3Gtms, Inc., a leading provider of Tier 1 transportation management software, announced today that it has been selected by Crowley Logistics Inc., a subsidiary of Crowley Maritime Corp., to provide its 3G-TM transportation management system (TMS) for Crowley’s Defense Freight Transportation Service contract with the U.S. Department of Defense (DOD). 3Gtms’ contract with Crowley Logistics is one of the TMS industry’s largest agreements announced in 2017.
3Gtms’ technology is at the forefront of TMS innovation. With it, Crowley will have a powerful, multi-modal TMS to serve as the backbone for all forms of the DOD’s surface transportation activities at vendor facilities and military installations throughout the continental U.S. and Canada. Crowley will efficiently manage freight for all modes – including less-than-truckload, full truckload, expedited and refrigerated services – while ensuring each of the DOD’s requirements are met. Crowley selected 3Gtms because of its 100 percent customer satisfaction rate, as well as 3G-TM’s unique optimization capabilities that will enable them to dramatically decrease freight spend while fulfilling customer requirements more efficiently than any other TMS system.
“The flexibility and high performance of our intuitive TMS will give Crowley unmatched efficiency as its serves the transportation needs of our armed forces,” said Mitch Weseley, CEO of 3Gtms. “We are extremely proud to serve them.”
“The fundamental design difference of the 3Gtms system, along with the company’s team of experts and reputation for being a trusted partner, made us confident that this TMS is unique and truly up to the challenge of this project’s complexity,” said Frank Larkin, Crowley SVP and General Manager, Logistics. “3Gtms has proven to be an invaluable partner throughout the entire project and we look forward to continued success serving the transportation and logistics needs of the Defense Department.”