TCI Transportation Rated As One of the Top 100 Truckers in the World

LOS ANGELES, CA – 12-01-2020 ( — California-based TCI Transportation is celebrating being recognized as among the best trucking companies on the planet, according to Inbound Logistics (IL).
Based in Commerce, TCI was adjudged among the top 100 truckers after IL editors sifted through and evaluated more than 300 applications based on surveys, online research, and speaking with shippers and truckers alike.
The 2020 Top 100 Truckers list offers a benchmark snapshot of the trucking segment—from large, global truckload and LTL carriers to niche regional hauliers that get their white gloves dirty delivering to the final mile.
TCI Transportation is primarily engaged in logistics, dedicated contract carriage, flatbed, bulk, brokerage and temperature control and tankers. The industries they cover everything from agriculture and automotive to construction, food & beverage, and freight as well as high value and retail/e-commerce.
TCI provides specialized equipment, drivers, management and the latest cost-effective technology on the market today. TCI operates full-service facilities in the cities of Commerce (L.A.), Bakersfield, Fontana, Stockton, Freemont, Las Vegas and Phoenix.  
TCI’s vehicle fleet has increased to over 2,000 trucks, tractors and trailers and now employs over 600 personnel. it also forms a partnership to provide new levels of customer service and value-added synergies while minimizing direct transportation costs.
Inbound Logistics Editor, Felecia Stratton, said: “Premium service, reliability, and scalability are the watchwords in today’s uncertain business climate.  
“Inbound Logistics recognizes TCI Transportation as 2020 Top 100 Trucker for consistently providing these services to the shipper community. Reliable transportation partners such as TCI Transportation allow shippers to operate efficiently and cost-effectively, better serve their customers, and do more with less.”
She added: “TCI Transportation consistently identifies and shares ways to reduce total cost of logistics ownership while keeping service to the end customer at the highest levels. That’s why Inbound Logistics editors have recognized them.”
Inbound Logistics’ Top 100 Truckers list serves as a qualitative assessment of service providers they feel are best equipped to meet and surpass readers’ evolving motor freight transportation needs.  
Distilling the Top 100 is never an easy task. Each year, Inbound Logistics editors select the best transportation providers by carefully evaluating submitted information, conducting personal interviews and online research, and comparing that data to our readers’ burgeoning motor freight and logistics challenges.  

Founded in 1978 in the Bay Area, TCI today has over 35 dedicated operations, with full service facilities in Commerce (L.A.), Bakersfield, Fontana, Stockton, Freemont, Las Vegas and Phoenix.

With a vehicle fleet of over 2,000 trucks, tractors and trailers, and employing over 600 people, TCI’s client base includes retail, manufacturing, food service, general commodities, logistics warehouse and distribution companies.  

Among these dedicated operations, TCI has formed partnerships to provide new levels of customer service and value added synergies, while minimizing direct transportation costs.
It also provides specialized equipment, drivers, management and the latest cost-effective technology.

Inbound Logistics the leading trade magazine targeted toward business logistics and supply chain managers. The magazine’s editorial mission is to help companies of all sizes better manage corporate resources by speeding and reducing inventory and supporting infrastructure, and better matching demand signals to supply lines. More information is available at 

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