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November 3PL Perspectives Cover Article: A Brief History of TIA

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The year was 1978. A gallon of gas was 63 cents. Pet Rocks were all the rage, postage stamps were 15 cents and a movie ticket would set you back a mere $2.30 apiece.

It was also the year the Transportation Intermediaries Association was born. Originally known as TBCA (Transportation Brokers Conference of America), the organization consisted of 14 member companies, and counts Bill Tucker, of J.A. Tucker & Co. in Haddonfield, N.J. as one of its primary organizers and founders.

Find our more in the November issue of 3PL Perspectives.

Other articles include:

  • Five Ways to Get Involved with TIA
  • Why Successful People Never Bring Smartphones into Meetings
  • Best Practices for Preventing Email Cyber Threats
  • TIA Board of Directors Decision on Appeal of TIA Ethics Case

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