At TSD, we are committed to providing transportation solutions for a wide range of companies around the world. When looking for a shipping partner the search can be overwhelming, which is why we want to show you the distinguished services TSD can offer. Take time to navigate our site, learn what we do and who we are.Read More
TSD Logistics is on the move. We have moved into our new office on Hampton Road just off Interstate 30 in Texarkana, TX. The site has an 11,000-square-foot building that houses executive staff and operations. Along with office space, the site has truck parking, a lake, walking trails and outdoor cooking and meeting facilities.Read More
In March 2013, TSD opened a transloading facility in Texarkana, TX. The facility allows for carbon black shipped in super sacks from other countries to be transloaded into hopper trailers. The facility is the only one of its kind in the south-central region of the US, bringing value to carbon black consumers west of the Mississippi. The facility has over 65,000 square feet of optional storage capacity, a truck dock, rail spur, onsite staff and drop yard. Custom reporting and inventory management are available as well.
TSD will be exhibiting at the Rubber Expo in Cleveland, OH October 7th – 10th. The Rubber Expo is the leading show in the rubber industry. Along with showcasing our new Transloading service offerings, TSD will be talking with tire manufacturers and raw material suppliers to see how we can save customer’s transportation costs. Come see us at booth 3210! For more info visit rubber.org . To request a meeting time email email@example.com
In November of 2012, TSD introduced 33 new trucks with the ability to haul a payload of 48,500 pounds per carbon black shipment. The new trucks haul 13 percent more than the current payload. Each truck is equipped with a sleeper compartment to allow for long haul deliveries. TSD has partnered with select carbon black suppliers in the first phase of the Lightweight Initiative.
The heavier payload will allow for delivering more materials with fewer trips. Few trips will reduce the company’s carbon footprint and save on fuel. The benefits to the customer are reduced unloading times and lower delivery costs. TSD plans to continue the second phase of the Lightweight Initiative in July of 2013 by adding additional new trucks to the fleet.