Choptank Transport Employees Earn Highest Accreditation

Posted by Harriet Mills on Apr 11, 2014 12:47:00 PM
Preston, MD– Choptank Transport, a full-service freight transportation and management company headquartered inPreston,Maryland is proud to announce that 4 of its employees recently completed and passed the Transportation Intermediaries Association rigorous CTB (Certified Transportation Broker) course.  This is the highest accreditation in the industry.

 

Amanda Todd (Logistics Coordinator), Audrey Foxwell (Logistics Team Leader), Hunter Wozny (Logistics Coordinator), and Matt Chambers (Senior Logistics Coordinator) are now part of an elite group of transportation industry specialists.

 

The program, developed by the Transportation Intermediaries Association (TIA), is an intensive three-month course designed to expand the student’s basic knowledge of the brokerage and transportation industry as well as increase the professionalism and integrity of property brokerage.  The four-hour final covers three sections: basic business principles applied to brokerage; traffic management and contracting for transportation services; and legal and regulatory issues.  To become CTB certified, you must pass each of the three sections.

 

This recent group of employees garnered our company its 49th CTB certificate. As part of Choptank Transport’s continuing education and training program, the CTB course is offered gratis to all qualifying employees.      

 

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