Logistics careers are “driving satisfaction”
- 15th Annual Salary Survey conducted by DC Velocity
- ELITE achieved 453% employee growth in 2017, with an industry leading 88% retention rate
Summary of the article from DC Velocity
The workdays can be long and the technology a bit behind the times, but logistics and supply chain management is still a satisfying career, said respondents to our 15th annual Salary Survey.
We couldn’t agree more – every employee at ELITE is in the logistics business because we each love it! The fact that no two days are the same is invigorating. ELITE achieved 453% employee growth in 2017, with an industry leading 88% retention rate.
The impact of high-quality freight management in the lives of every American is motivational. The opportunity to lead long-needed change within the industry using razors-edge technology is challenging. ELITE is committed to providing every team member with all of these unique professional experiences, offering infinite personal growth potential, while also cultivating a company culture that is so electrifying that you may have to see it to believe it. #logisticscareers
Of the 189 logistics professional who completed the DC Velocity questionnaire, 90 percent would recommend the profession to someone entering the job marking.
Outsourcing, like when using a third-party logistics (3PL) partner, is no longer a question simply about cost savings; it is a strategic option that can provide businesses of all shapes and sizes critical competitive advantages in the 21st-century economy.
Elite Transit Solution (ELITE), a premier provider of logistics and freight management services in the U.S. commercial transportation industry, has received multiple honors from Auburn University’s 2018 Harbert College of Business Top Tiger Awards.
On the three-month anniversary of the federal government’s electronic logging device (ELD) mandate taking effect, we at ELITE decided to take a look at what we’ve learned from the legislation to-date. Spot market pricing will be affected for the foreseeable future. ELD’s signal need for all parties to make long-needed changes. ELD devices are a headache for many drivers and hurting carriers.