TMW Systems’ clients making new investments in software


TMW officials announced that more than 55 companies made significant new investments in TMW software in the first half of the year to strengthen transportation management and asset maintenance processes within their respective organizations. Increasingly, customers are also purchased TMW Optimization solutions along with the company’s market-leading enterprise transportation software (ETS).

TMW Systems is the largest developer and supplier of software designed specifically for the transportation services industry, including logistics, trucking and brokerage operations. The company offers and supports a full portfolio of operations, dispatch, fleet maintenance and carrier profitability systems for businesses throughout the US, Canada, Mexico and Europe.

“The opportunity to help companies improve operations and set the stage for future growth over the past six months has been especially rewarding for us,” said TMW President and CEO David W. Wangler. “We continue to evolve and expand our solutions with the industry’s largest software development team and are pleased that so many well-respected transportation firms chose TMW Systems as a key technology partner.”

Covenant Transportation, headquartered in Chattanooga, Tenn., selected TMWSuite as the operating platform to be deployed across their entire business. “After a careful and very thorough examination of our fleet and operations requirements, we chose TMW as our enterprise transportation system provider, replacing our own in-house system,” said Eric Whitton, Vice President of Information Technology for Covenant Transportation Group. “TMW has experience in the industry coupled with solid implementation and technical support; this closely matches our company needs. In addition, we have had a long and positive relationship with TMW’s Asset Maintenance division and another five years under our belt with its fuel purchase optimization product, IDSC ExpertFuel. TMW has a proven track record with us.”

Companies initiating or significantly expanding their business relationships with TMW during the first half of calendar 2009 include but are not limited to: Burris Logistics; Covenant Transportation Group, Inc.; Cross Creek Trucking, Inc.; G & D Transportation, Inc.; Gordon Trucking; Guttman Oil Co.; Harris Camden Terminal Equipment; James H. Clark & Son, Inc.; J D Irving, Ltd.; LJ Rogers, Jr., Trucking, Inc.; Lee Transport Systems, LLC; Magnum, Ltd.; Managed Mobile, Inc.; Metro Canada Logistics, Inc.; Napa Transportation, Inc.; Old Dominion Freight Line, Inc.; Ryder System, Inc.; Steelhorse Freight Services, Ltd.; Sully Transport, Inc.; Terrill Transportation; Turner Brothers Trucking, LLC; TransPlus; and Whiteline Express, Ltd.

TMW Systems is the developer of: ETS systems TMWSuite, TruckMate and TL2000 for the IBM iSeries or AS/400 platforms; heavy-duty fleet maintenance operation systems TMT Fleet Maintenance and TMT ServiceCenter; and carrier cost-containment and profitability systems based on optimization technologies, including IDSC Netwise, IDSC SupplyChain, IDSC ExpertFuel, IDSC MatchAdvice and IDSC TripAlert.