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FFE Transportation

FFE Transportation Services, Inc.
Public company (NASDAQ)
Industry Transportation
Fate Acquired
Founded 1946
Defunct 2013 (acquisition completed)
Headquarters Dallas, Texas, U.S.
Area served
U.S.,
Key people
Vince A. Schott Vice President and General Manager,
Joe Jaska Vice President of Operations
Steve Stedman Vice President of Finance and Controller
Phil Worthington Vice President of Pricing[1]
Services Temperature controlled products
Website www.ffeinc.com

FFE Transportation Services, Inc. is the primary operating subsidiary of Frozen Foods Express Services, Inc. The company is a Dallas, Texas based over-the-road transport company founded in 1946. It provides temperature controlled transportation services for over-the-road transportation. FFE also happens to be the only temperature controlled transportation services company in the United States that offers LTL services throughout the continental United States.

FFE has terminals located throughout the United States in Texas, Illinois, Florida, Oklahoma, Texas, Tennessee, California, Utah, Colorado, New Jersey, North Carolina, Ohio and Pennsylvania.

As of 2013, FFE is now owned by Thomas and James Duff of Columbia, MS.[2]

References

  1. ^ [1]. FFE Transportation.
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External links

  • FFE Transportation Site


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