- Trinh (Blue Seas Shipping Company)
Your company has been a pleasure to work with. I certainly would refer FCT to my friends, family and colleagues. Have a great day.
- Matt R.
Thank you for all your help. You run a tight ship and I appreciate everything.
- Chris M.
Hey Nancy… Just wanted to stop by and thank u for all ur help and prompt shipping. It was a pleasure working with u and if we ever have to ship something like this in the future we will not hesitate to use u again. I will also recommend u to others whenever possible.
- Steve A. (McLaughlin Investigative Group, Inc.)
You were awesome and did a great job with little or no warning.
- Rich B. (Bay & Bay)
So great to hear you guys are a ‘green’ company! Amazing working with you.
- Lindsey S. (Zoom Media & Marketing)
Thank you so much for the fine service last Friday. You really baled us out with that one and saved our customer a big headache. I hope we get more opportunities to work together.
- Joseph O. (Peninsula of Boston, Inc.)
Just to let you know, your delivery guys were great. Very, very helpful and professional.
I want to take the opportunity to thank you all as a group, and individually, for the extrordinary effort, flexibility and cooperation that you each contributed to getting a critical job for us done at the speed of, well . . light!
To shed some of that light on the big picture, Richmond Baking poured raw ingredients into their machines less than 72 hours ago in Georgia and then held FedEx Freight in a virtual headlock to make sure it got on a truck the same day, despite being after the official close. CH Robinson got it from Georgia to Boston in 36 hours and First Call Trucking spun it around to CWS in less than 45 minutes from receipt. CWS stopped everything else it was doing to pack it into finished goods, labeled with graphics that Advantage Label had jumped through hoops to deliver ahead of schedule. CWS transformed the raw product into finished goods within 3 hours of receiving the product . . by hand. First Call retrieved the finished goods, bypassed their own cross dock and delivered it directly to the LTL carrier’s terminal to ensure, with CH Robinson’s oversignt, it will be in Maryland tomorrow morning.
And, because of all that, we’ll get to keep Sysco as a customer.
When you look back over this, it really reads like well orchestrated teamwork. We should do this more often! Kidding . . just kidding, really!
- Kenneth M. (Panorama Foods, Inc.)