WWEX Group Moves Up In Transport Topics Rankings As Top Freight Brokerage Firm

Dallas, Texas, April 23, 2024 — Dallas-based WWEX Group, a leading third-party logistics (3PL) provider and parent company of Worldwide Express, GlobalTranz and Unishippers, is pleased to announce it has been ranked #3 on the Transport Topics list of Top Freight Brokerage Firms, a move up for the company from its #4 ranking on this highly respected list last year. WWEX Group also returned to Transport Topic's Top 100 Logistics Companies list again this year, landing at #19.

"WWEX Group and its brands possess one of the industry's leading commercial engines, with the best talent, carrier partnerships, technology and comprehensive suite of shipping solutions to create value for our customers every day," Tom Madine, CEO of WWEX Group, said. "We're proud to once again be among the great logistics companies included in these lists. It's a testament to the strength of our team, their commitment to growth and the work they do to always 'Make It Right' for our customers."

Through its three go-to-market brands, WWEX Group's mix of direct, agent and franchise sales models allows its more than 125,000 customers to access leading solutions, best-in-class technology, competitive rates and trusted relationships. With a robust network of carrier partners, including a strategic relationship with UPS®, WWEX Group companies offer SMB, mid-market and large enterprise customers all the major shipping solutions, including parcel, less than truckload (LTL), full truckload (FTL), managed transportation and expedited.

Transport Topics is one of the most respected business publications covering trucking and freight transport news and annually recognizes top performing freight brokerages, logistics providers and other categories of companies related to the shipping industry.

"Soft freight market conditions have been placing financial strain on third-party logistics providers for the past couple years with an oversupply of truck capacity driving down rates and squeezing brokers' margins," said Seth Clevenger, managing editor of features and multimedia at Transport Topics. "Despite this challenging business environment, the industry's top 3PLs have continued to drive improvements in supply chain efficiency for their shipper customers."