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My logistics and transportation training began back in 2004, when I was blessed with an opportunity to join a winning team. I learned to ship medical equipment same day on the next flight out for many years, giving me experience with freight forwarders, couriers, and the meaning of needing something "yesterday." The company I worked for serviced MRI & CT scanners. When a field service engineer called for a medical part for a system down in a hospital, the clock began to tick. It was our job to get the part needed in the engineer's hands as quickly as possible. From there I moved onto more scheduled jobs but stayed with logistics and medical service. During that time, I was left in charge of making sure the field service engineers had the proper tools and equipment needed to install X-ray scanners, MRI's, CT Scanners, and PET scanners, with the rigging to go along with it. I now work during the day at a lab in Stuart where I am in charge of shipping and receiving dangerous goods for calibration internationally. We calibrate equipment including thermohydrometers, hydrometers, thermometers, thermoprobes, mass, and digital thermometers for the world. NASA, Tyson Foods, General Mills, and Coca-Cola are just a handful of customers we calibrate equipment for daily. My career in transportation, logistics, and superior customer service birthed Freedom Courier in 2013. I have always had a passion for the industry. My goal was to establish a company with a diverse knowledge of not only transportation and logistics; but a natural feel for the wants and needs of its customers. And we have done just that!
Now I've decided to get my CDL Class A license and drive full time!