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KSM to Manage the Voting Process and Report the Results of the Inaugural FreightWaves Shipper of Choice Award

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Katz, Sapper & Miller is excited to participate as the independent accounting firm to manage the voting process and report the results of the FreightWaves Research Institute’s inaugural Shipper of Choice award. The award, presented in partnership with Convoy, is intended to recognize shippers that promote a healthy freight community through their actions and interactions with carriers on a daily basis.

More than 500 nominations were received through an open nomination process on the websites of FreightWaves, the Truckload Carriers Association (TCA) and the Blockchain in Transport Alliance (BiTA). The nominations were then narrowed down to a list of 141 potential winners. Carrier and intermediary members of the TCA and BiTA were invited to select and rank their top 25 finalists from this list for the Shipper of Choice 25 award.

Results will be presented by Tim Almack, partner-in-charge of KSM’s Transportation Services Group at Transparency19, taking place May 6-8 in Atlanta, GA. The top five companies will receive special recognition.

David Roush, president of KSM Transport Advisors, will also be part of a panel discussion with notable industry leaders entitled “Hope Is Not a Strategy: Data Benchmarking to Improve Profitability.”  

To learn more or register for Transparency19, visit the conference website.

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