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Preventative Maintenance For A Better Tomorrow

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FLI takes care of your freight shipments. But if you’re in charge of a fleet, then you know it’s just as important that the trucks are in good condition.

When done right, preventative fleet maintenance maximizes the performance, safety and fuel efficiency of trucks.

To keep your fleet running well, make sure a knowledgeable technician provides:

  • Tire management
  • Fuel filters
  • Transmission lubricants
  • Body repair
  • Axles and alignment

When you schedule regular maintenance, you’ll save money in the long run.

And if you want to continue the trend of saving money, then partner with FLI!

We always say “Together We Deliver” because we believe in collaboration. Our job is to make your job so simple, it doesn’t even feel like work. Then you can focus on the other important aspects of your business.

When you’re ready to join forces with the best freight shipment team around, call or email FLI to learn about the next steps.

COVID-19 Update: Yes, We’re Still Delivering

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Dear Valued Customer,

Freight Logistics, Inc. is committed to our customers and providing you with exceptional service during these uncertain times. Our company is taking the necessary steps to ensure you receive the same high-quality customer service you always come to expect. We are all traversing unknown waters, but we want you to know you can still trust us with your freight shipment.

We are now working from our office and from home. We have seamlessly transferred to providing the same service remotely so you, most likely, won’t even notice a difference. 

The following are steps we have taken to ensure we continue to serve you:

  1.  We have distributed a guideline to employees in our office for safety protocols to provide distancing and commonsense practices for our office environment.
  2. All our Customer Sales Representatives have the capability to work remotely to ensure there is no interruption of service.
  3. During our dispatch process to give drivers pick up information, we are asking if they have any Coronavirus, cold, or flu-like symptoms. We will not send them into a pick-up facility if they answer yes to any of those questions.
  4. We are contacting delivery for every load to make sure that the consignee will be open to receive shipments and what measures they have put in place.
  5. We can forward calls from any extension directly to the assigned person for any account.
  6. We will implement any additional measures necessary to continue service as needed.

If you have additional questions, please contact me personally.

Regards,

Scott Engle

President

Freight Logistics, Inc.