TranLogistics has the certifications and track records executing complex services for government contracts. TL retains an extensive and highly qualified staff and network of subcontractors, suppliers, vendors, and other specialized personnel qualified to perform project specifics. Our ongoing relationships attest to the quality of work and services provided.
TranLogistics Past performance within government are as follows:
Department of the Air Force
Department of the Army
Department of the Navy
Federal Aviation Administration
Military Surface Deployment and Distribution Command
Federal Emergency Management Agency
United States Coast Guard
United States Southern Command
“TranLogistics LLC “TL”, was a vital part of our team in providing seamless support to the Federal Aviation Administration, Miami Technical Support Center in Miami, Florida for the Haiti earthquake relief operation. We would like to acknowledge the excellent services provided during this special operation, the while team at TranLogistics LLC provided customized support, extremely knowledgeable & experienced, and responsive 24/7, and did all necessary to ensure that the transportation and logistics requirements were carefully managed and controlled to exceed expectation. The team also followed and understood all U.S. Customs and Haiti customs regulations. TranLogistics LLC operations support for immediate response for disaster support surpassed our expectation with their excellent services...
TranLogistics understands the true meaning of priority service while carefully controlling market rates to ensure ..." (Continue Reading)
Miguel A. Iglesias
“Latin America consist of 31 countries supported by TranLogistics, as a contractor for Military Surface Deployment and Distribution Command for the US Government. They have support over 35 deployed contracts providing ship charters, trucks, equipments, stevedore support, labor support, customs clearance and border control. TranLogistics has very strong past performance and is reliable with their services ..." (Continue Reading)