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In an effort to encapsulate our philosophy of continuous improvement based on strong relationships, strong people, strong systems, and strong software, Logistics Management Services worked with a fellow Inc. 500 member branding company to create a new name. We tasked the company to represent our founders’ Scandinavian ancestry.

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Darwin Porter is responsible for maintaining the Cerasis network infrastructure and ensures uptime of all technology and integrated freight solutions. Maintaining the Cerasis network infrastructure entails providing end-to-end solutions from the end user to the outer-most point of our network and every internal system in between. Mr.

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On October 15th, 2003, Cerasis, operating as Logistics Management Services, landed on Inc. Magazine’s list of the top 500 fastest-growing private companies in America. View the full list here.

Introduced in 1982, the Inc. 500 is an annual list of the 500 fastest-growing private companies in the U.S. The Inc. 500 is an expansion of the Inc.

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Cerasis made its next key hire to boost freight logistics services by announcing Ginny Devlaminck as the Freight Desk Manager. Devlaminck’s hire was an investment in improving our services for our customers shipping LTL, TL, and small package freight.

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Cerasis made another strategic key hire by bringing on Don Holt, a contract Rater developer and website designer. He is working with Robert Johnson to add more resources to the dedicated technology team and will continue to improve the experience of the Cerasis Rater for both customers and the Cerasis freight management services team.

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Robert Johnson was one of the first developers of the Cerasis Rater and strategic key hire, setting off a dedicated technology and development team within the walls of Cerasis.  As Vice President of Information Systems, Mr. Johnson oversees the development of IT solutions for better freight management software, working with both internal employees and external customers.

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Working with technology contractors Robert Johnson and Don Holt, Cerasis launched the first ever logistics industry web-based freight management software, often referred to as a TMS or Transportation Management System. The introduction of the Rater allows for:

Cost Containment Measures: Daily/Monthly reports for full visibility into your freight expenses.