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Press Release: TRANSERVICE LOGISTICS EARNS “2023 BEST PLACES TO WORK ON LONG ISLAND” AWARD FROM LONG ISLAND BUSINESS NEWS

By: sschnipper June 25, 2024

LAKE SUCCESS, N.Y. – December 11, 2023 – Long Island Business News awarded Transervice Logistics its “2023 Best Places to Work on Long Island” Award. The winners are recognized as Long Island’s top employers and include both for-profit and not-for-profit large and small companies, as well as government entities with facilities in Nassau or Suffolk County.

Honorees are determined based on a questionnaire of benefits offered, including average salary, health care, paid time off and employee programs, coupled with an online survey of employees. The winners were featured in a special section inserted into the December 8th edition of Long Island Business News.

“This is the fifth year Long Island Business News has named us one of the ‘Best Places to Work on Long Island’ and the honor never gets old,” said Gregg Nierenberg, Transervice President & Chief Executive Officer. “We are grateful to our employees for taking the time to participate in the nomination process and will continually strive to uphold the workplace standards and opportunities that make our company such a great place to work for.”

About Transervice Logistics Inc.

Founded in 1969, Transervice has a history of service and a tradition of excellence. The company’s service offering includes dedicated contract carriage, contract maintenance, full-service leasing and freight brokerage. Transervice operates out of more than 135 facilities across North America and manages over 25,000 pieces of equipment. The workforce is comprised of over 1,200 associates, including over 650 drivers and 350 technicians. The company’s headquarters is in Lake Success, NY.  (transervice.com)

About Long Island Business News

Long Island Business News (LIBN) is a weekly business journal based in Ronkonkoma, New York. Launched in 1953 as the Long Island Commercial Review, LIBN covers business, government, legal, nonprofit and health care issues in Long Island’s two counties, Nassau County and Suffolk County. www.libn.com