Press Release: Inbound Logistics Names Transervice to its Top 100 Truckers List

By: sschnipper June 25, 2024

LAKE SUCCESS, N.Y., September 19, 2023 – Inbound Logistics (IL), the leading content platform targeted toward business logistics and supply chain managers, has once again included Transervice Logistics Inc. on its Top 100 Truckers list.

Inbound Logistics recognized Transervice for consistently providing premium service, reliability, scalability –  the watchwords of supply chain professionals who need to provide service to their increasingly demanding customers. The company was included among the 100 large, global truckload and LTL carriers and regional haulers that deliver the goods from “the first mile to the last inch.”

When announcing the selection, Felecia Stratton, Editor, Inbound Logistics, said, “In today’s uncertain economic environment, shippers will be looking for new carrier partners for the rest of this year and for all of 2024. The Inbound Logistics audience depends on our Top 100 Truckers and market research to help identify the sector leaders.”

“We’re honored to once again make Inbound Logistics’ annual Top 100 Trucker list,” said Gregg Nierenberg, President and Chief Executive Officer of Lily and Transervice. “This valuable selling tool helps attract prospects looking for experienced, professional carrier partners who can meet their unique transportation needs.”

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.  (

About Inbound Logistics

Inbound Logistics is the leading content platform targeted toward business logistics and supply chain managers. Its editorial mission is to help companies of all sizes better manage corporate resources by transforming their companies into demand-driven enterprises. More information is available at