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Tranco Logistics

Here’s a quiz, Chattanooga. What local logistics company started with two original founders with one truck? Its original warehouse was 2,000 square feet, but today, the company manages over 1.5 million square feet of warehouse while adding six other US locations and an international office in London. 

Any guesses?

Another hint: the company began in 1995 by twin brothers. Today, it employs more than 300 people. 

For 30 years, this company has established itself on foundations of integrity and efficiency. What’s the secret of its success? 

And its vision for the future? 

To find out, read this interview with the company’s visionary founders in the latest Greater Chattanooga Economic Partnership post. 

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