PLS Logistics Services Named One of Pittsburgh’s 100 Fastest Growing Companies

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CRANBERRY TOWNSHIP, Pa. - PLS Logistics Services (“PLS”), a leading provider of technology enabled transportation management and freight brokerage services, was named one of Pittsburgh’s 100 fastest growing companies by the Pittsburgh Business Times. The Pittsburgh 100 ranks the fastest-growing private companies in Western Pennsylvania.

On Aug. 20, the Pittsburgh Business Times unveiled the Pittsburgh 100 Class of 2015, consisting of 100 firms that had the largest rate of growth over a three-year period from 2012 to 2014. PLS ranked 83rd on the list of the region’s fastest-growing companies. An awards ceremony was held at the Duquesne Club in downtown Pittsburgh to highlight this year’s winners.

“It’s an honor to be named to the Pittsburgh 100 list,” says Greg Burns, PLS’ Chairman, President and CEO. “Our success would not be possible without the support of our valued customers, carrier partners and the hard work and dedication of our employees. By providing initial and ongoing value to our customers through innovative transportation management and brokerage solutions, we are poised for even more growth in the future.”

With more than 600 employees nationwide, PLS Logistics Services provides transportation management and freight brokerage services across all industries using all major freight modes. The company’s carrier network consists of more than 20,000 trucking companies, major railroads and barge companies.

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