Legion Logistics

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    At Legion, we are doing something extraordinary, and everyone knows it. People inside the company feel the incredible energy when they walk through the door each morning. People outside the company recognize the magic of what we have created, and want to partner with us to get a little bit of it for themselves.

    We’ve created that magic through a decade of hard work, dedication, and wide-open communication about the successes we’ve had and the struggles we’ve faced. Where we are today is the reward for ten years of persistence, innovation and teamwork. When we started in 2009, we had a vision of success and we never let anything stand in the way of it – not the economy, not regulations, not personal struggles. We never sat waiting for opportunities to come to us – we went out and made them.

    An elite company requires elite employees. We don’t hire hundreds of people, we hire the best. Every single person in our office is exceptional at what they do. They are hard-working risk-takers, successful in all areas of their life, ethical and selfless, and deeply loyal to the company and each other. Legion has become synonymous with success, because we accept only the best and then push them to be even better.

    HQFlorence, KY, US
    Employee Ratings3.5

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    Employees (est.) (Sept 2021)40(-4%)
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    Key People/Management at Legion Logistics

    Tony Coutsoftides

    Tony Coutsoftides

    Staci Roy

    Staci Roy

    Chief Number Cruncher
    Robert Pugh

    Robert Pugh

    Chief Problem Solver
    Lacy Starling

    Lacy Starling

    President and Fearless Leader
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    Legion Logistics Office Locations

    Legion Logistics has an office in Florence
    Florence, KY, US (HQ)
    600 Meijer Dr #304
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    Servant Hearted Leadership

    Great indignation is felt by many brokers in our industry. We are perceived as distrustful, untruthful, unnecessary middle-people. Capacity is higher than ever and the popular play for many customers I speak to every day is the pursuit of relationships solely with asset-based carriers. Thus many bro…

    Freight Analysis – August 2019

    I think it’s safe to say that 2019 has been one of the most volatile years we’ve seen in the freight market. Getting a hand on current and future rates has, at points, seemed a little like fortune telling. But based on our LegionAnalytics historical analysis, and feedback from our customers and part…

    The Importance of Broker-Carrier Partnerships

    As a former driver, I have dealt with great brokers and not-so-great brokers in the industry first hand. I can remember being incredibly happy when my dispatcher would tell me to call one of the good brokers to get the details of my next load, just as much as I can remember the dread I … The post Th…

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

    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. The summer internship program is a total of thirteen weeks from May to August. I am an incoming … T…

    How Much Freight Moves into and out of Mexico, Anyhow?

    It may suprise you to know that Mexico is one of the most important US trading partners, with $557 billion USD annually, right behind Canada ($582.4 billion) and China ($363 billion), according to Forbes. Mexico has more free trade agreements (FTA’s) than any other country in the world – 12 FTA’s wi…

    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. Mid-market companies are Tier Two and they get some attention and the cheaper pens. Lit…
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    Legion Logistics Frequently Asked Questions

    • When was Legion Logistics founded?

      Legion Logistics was founded in 2009.

    • Who are Legion Logistics key executives?

      Legion Logistics's key executives are Tony Coutsoftides, Staci Roy and Robert Pugh.

    • How many employees does Legion Logistics have?

      Legion Logistics has 40 employees.

    • Who are Legion Logistics competitors?

      Competitors of Legion Logistics include Sino-Global, Kingsgate Logistics and Textainer.

    • Where is Legion Logistics headquarters?

      Legion Logistics headquarters is located at 600 Meijer Dr #304, Florence.

    • Where are Legion Logistics offices?

      Legion Logistics has an office in Florence.

    • How many offices does Legion Logistics have?

      Legion Logistics has 1 office.