Worldwide Express Named a 'Top 25 Freight Brokerage Firm'
Ranking by Transport Topics evaluates company size and scope of freight service.
Dallas, TX (PRWEB) December 05, 2013 - Worldwide Express, a Dallas-based global package and freight-shipping firm, today announced that it has been named a "Top 25 Freight Brokerage Firm" by Transport Topics.
The rankings, published in the publication's Nov. 4 issue, compares the size and breadth of freight service for the nation's largest freight brokerage firms.
"We're extremely proud to be ranked as a top firm by Transport Topics," said Tom Madine, Worldwide Express' president and chief executive officer. "Our company's success is built on the foundation of a nationwide franchise network and corporate employees that embody our core values, providing excellence to customers on a daily basis."
Worldwide Express handles more than 13 million shipments a year through partnerships with a portfolio of world class carriers including parcel, less than truckload, full truckload, expedited, and international freight carriers – the most reliable network in the nation. Established in 1995, the company does not disclose net revenue numbers, but has experienced tremendous growth and expansion throughout its 18-year history.
Worldwide Express began with a simple idea: to give small and midsize companies – those that form the backbone of the U.S. economy – the same volume perks and shipping options afforded to Fortune 500 companies. Worldwide Express works closely with business owners to identify shipping challenges, and then provides solutions to support their success and help them compete better in the marketplace.
About Worldwide Express
Worldwide Express is a global logistics company based in Dallas that has handled millions of package and freight shipments for more than 30,000 small to midsize businesses. With more than 150 franchises across the country, Worldwide Express is one of the largest authorized resellers of express shipping for UPS®, as well as a trusted freight partner to more than 55 carriers. To learn more, visit http://www.wwex.com.