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GlobalTranz Executives Share Technology Trends and Future of Freight Insights at November Conferences

CEO Bob Farrell to Speak at MarketWaves18, CTO Greg Carter at ThoughtSpot Beyond 2018

PHOENIX (November 8, 2018) — GlobalTranz Enterprises, Inc., a leading technology-driven third-party logistics (3PL) solutions provider, today announces two speaking engagements for CEO Bob Farrell and CTO Greg Carter.

Following an exceptional third quarter where GlobalTranz continued to outpace many of its competitors in customer expansion, financial growth, and advanced technology leadership, CEO Bob Farrell will share valuable insights at MarketWaves18 on November 12th in Grapevine, Texas, on the much anticipated “From Startup to Market Leader” panel. Farrell will provide attendees with learnings about how GlobalTranz has helped transform the transportation and logistics industry with its end-to-end logistics technology and sophisticated transportation solutions. He will discuss the company’s successful mergers and acquisitions strategy alongside organic expansion of new and existing customers, as well as provide insight into current and forward-looking industry and technology trends impacting the freight market.

“MarketWaves18 provides the opportunity for logistics professionals, thought leaders and technology visionaries to come together to share insights on how market developments and technology trends are paving the future of freight,” said Bob Farrell, chairman and CEO. “I’m looking forward to an interactive dialog on best practices for bringing disruptive technologies to market and scaling a company from startup to a mature and growing business.”

Farrell joined GlobalTranz in March of 2016. He has a track record of driving revenue and profit growth by creating competitive and operational advantages. Since taking on the role of chairman and CEO of GlobalTranz, Farrell has driven the advancement of the company’s multi-modal, multi-platform transportation management system and has led the company through seven acquisitions, most recently acquiring Chicago-based AFN Logistics.

CTO Greg Carter will also speak later this month at ThoughtSpot Beyond 2018 on November 15th in Washington D.C. Carter will bring his more than 25 years of product development and technology leadership to conference attendees in a panel titled, “CXO Perspective: Reaping the Rewards of Digital Transformation.” This panel will discuss how companies in any industry can reap the rewards of their technology investments to truly transform for the digital economy.

“GlobalTranz was an early proponent of leveraging advanced analytics technology to help businesses maximize logistics performance and drive competitive and operative advantages,” said Greg Carter, CTO. “I look forward to discussing analytics trends with other technology leaders and how businesses can capitalize on their most important asset: data.”

Ranked the 10th largest freight brokerage in the US by Transport Topics and voted an Inbound Logistics Top 10 3PL for 2018, GlobalTranz is driving strong growth with 25,000+ customers through technology innovation, a network of 34,000+ carriers, transformative M&A, creative products and superior customer service delivered by the best people in the industry.

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About GlobalTranz

GlobalTranz is a technology and solutions company providing award-winning cloud-based multi-modal Transportation Management System (TMS) products to shippers, carriers, 3PLs and brokers. GlobalTranz is leading the logistics products and services market with innovative software that optimizes the efficiency of freight movement and matches shipper demand and carrier capacity in real-time. Leveraging its extensive independent agent network, GlobalTranz has emerged as a fast-growing market leader with a customer base of over 1 million product users and 25,000 shippers. In 2018, Transport Topics named GlobalTranz a Top 10 largest freight brokerage firm in the U.S.


Annie Graupner