Logistics and transportation
Logistics and transportation company Tri-National, Inc., is headquartered in Missouri, with additional operating terminals in Arkansas and Texas to better serve clients.
The company offers transportation services throughout North America, providing logistics assistance through customs brokerage, international freight forwarding, trans-border shipping, cross-dock operations, and distribution.
Tri-National is also committed to helping clients build their own competitive edge in the transportation and logistics industry through their Tri-National Dedicated Services (TNi Dedicated Services). TNi Dedicated Services connects clients with the information and services they need to secure efficient delivery flows, predictable expenses, and cost controls. The company can provide assistance to clients looking to replace their private fleets, utilize the latest technologies, prepare accurate and concise billing, and augment their fleets seasonally. Clients of TNi Dedicated Services will learn to use resources more efficiently and improve customer service.
To offer the best service and keep abreast of current affairs in the transportation industry, Tri-National, Inc. maintains memberships with the Truckload Carriers Association, SmartWay, and Customs-Trade Partnership Against Terrorism (C-TPAT).
The Symptoms of Leukemia
Providing logistics and transportation solutions to clients throughout Canada, Mexico, and the United States, Tri-National, Inc., is led by a team that possesses over a century of combined experience. Beyond its professional responsibilities, Tri-National, Inc., supports a number of charitable initiatives. These include the Steven F Creaghan Memorial Fund, which was created in 2002 to fund Christian education and leukemia research.
Individuals who have leukemia, a cancer that affects bone marrow and blood, may experience a number of common symptoms. Chills or a fever are often accompanied by a general sense of weakness and fatigue. Further, many find that they lose weight despite not making dietary or exercise changes and that they bruise and bleed more easily.
Some also develop petechiae, which are small red spots on the skin, and experience swelling in their lymph nodes. Night sweats are also a common issue, as is an increased susceptibility to infection.
Due to the vagueness of some of these symptoms, it is often difficult to determine if a patient has leukemia without conducting blood tests.
Some of the SmartWay Program Successes
Backed by a management team with a combination of more than a century of transportation experience, Tri-National Inc. offers delivery, warehousing, and logistics services to clients in the United States, Canada, and Mexico. Tri-National Inc. is also a partner in the SmartWay program, an Environmental Protection Agency initiative that helps businesses save money and reduce their environmental impact.
Since 2004, SmartWay has aided partners in reducing oil consumption by more than 196 million barrels, which is equivalent to the annual energy demands of over 12 million homes. These reductions have resulted in monetary savings totaling $27.8 billion, which is beneficial to both the businesses and consumers.
These reductions in fuel use are also advantageous to the environment. Since its establishment, the SmartWay program has prevented the release of 94 million tons of harmful gasses and pollutants, such as carbon dioxide and nitrogen-based oxides, into the earth's atmosphere.
Fundraising Opportunities at the American Diabetes Association
A premier provider of truckload carrier services in North America, Tri-National, Inc., utilizes satellite-tracking equipment to ensure timely delivery. In the philanthropic sector, Tri-National, Inc., supports the efforts of numerous charitable organizations, including the American Diabetes Association (ADA).
Dedicated to leading the fight against diabetes and funding research into the prevention and management of diabetes, the ADA encourages individuals to express their support by participating in fundraisers. The organization sponsors a variety of fundraising events throughout the year, such as the Tour de Cure cycling series. Held in 44 states across the country, the Tour de Cure welcomes cyclists of all skill levels.
At the Fit Foodie fundraising event, the ADA promotes healthy eating via celebrity chef tastings and culinary demonstrations. The event also features a 5K/15K race and fitness demonstrations designed to educate individuals about the dual importance of nutrition and exercise.
Other popular fundraisers include Stop Diabetes at School, Tough Mudder, and Rip’s B.A.D. Ride. To learn more about fundraising opportunities at the ADA, visit Diabetes.org.