Have you ever wondered what it would look like to be an intern at Legion Logistics?

My name is Cara Smith and I have had the pleasure of working at Legion this summer through their internship program…

We control our technology, so you can get what you need

When we started Legion 10 years ago, one of our first priorities was to make sure our technology was state of the art…

We Aren’t Afraid of Complicated Freight

Many of our competitors are only interested in the easy stuff – one pick, one drop, non-hazmat, etc. Frankly, we think that’s boring. (Don’t worry – if your freight is easy, we’ll still move it.) From our very first days in business, when we had to move weird stuff – a Ronald McDonald statue was …

When We Say North America, We Mean It

In today’s world, getting freight into and out of the United States is more complex than ever. Trade agreements are shifting, border concerns are growing, and the way we used to do business doesn’t work anymore. For a company that needs to move raw materials or finished products around North America, this changing landscape can …

We’re experienced.

At Legion, we like to think of ourselves as the 1998 Yankees – we’ve got a really deep bench, and all our players are good. We have decades of experience among all the folks on our sales floor…

We don’t believe in “Key Accounts.”

Many sales organizations (and logistics brokerages are nothing if not sales organizations) group their customers into tiers. Big companies are Tier One customers, and they get all the attention and the good pens…

A breakdown Doesn’t Mean the Freight Stops

My dad was a truck driver, but before that, he was a truck mechanic. My mother told us countless stories of him being called out in the middle of the night to drive to where a truck had broken down on the side of the highway to try to repair it. It was dangerous and …

You are Not Just a Customer, You Are a Partner

At Legion, we love to build relationships. We’ve never been a brokerage focused on transactional freight – we want to get to know our customers, and to help them grow and develop. Our first customers, a decade ago, were small businesses, many of whom had never moved anything larger than a UPS box before. We …

We Like To Plan

WIn today’s work of just-in-time inventory and incredibly tight supply chains, route planning is more important than ever. Fewer customers are receiving full truckloads of freight, and more and more drivers are having to make multiple stops on their routes. But planning routes, whether they are regular or just every once in a while, is …

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