Lima, Pa.—October 14, 2008—Pilot Freight Services, a worldwide provider of transportation and logistics services, today marked the 10th anniversary of its Albuquerque, NM station. The facility, which opened its doors on Oct. 15, 1998, has steadily grown to serve more than 375 regional and global customers from its 17,000 sq.-ft. location. In its 10 years, the Albuquerque office has won multiple company awards for exceptional performance.
“For a decade, our customers have depended on our expertise to help them move into the ever-widening global markets with their products,” said Melanie Trujillo, manager and co-owner of the Albuquerque station. “We are committed to ensuring that each and every shipment is successful, and have built loyal customer relationships as a result.”
The management at Pilot’s Albuquerque station holds more than 50 combined years of transportation experience. The station serves customers from all 50 states and around the globe, across an array of industries, including government and defense-related businesses, heavy equipment suppliers and electronics manufacturers. Over 425 shipments and 500,000 pounds of freight are handled monthly.
“Pilot’s Albuquerque station reached this milestone thanks to highly dedicated employees who share the common goal of meeting and beating the expectations of each and every customer, and keeping them coming back for more,” says Richard G. Phillips Jr., CEO of Pilot Freight Services. “We look forward to this station’s ongoing success, as Pilot continues to deliver the highest quality service, value, and customized solutions to companies and partners worldwide.”