We’ll help you deliver your products on-time with consistent and reliable service.
Our extensive knowledge of pickup and delivery gives us authority to plan routes and schedule appointments that will be made on-time. Worry no more, our logistics expertise will save you time and money!
For 30 years we have cultivated a core carrier base built on best practices, transportation management strategy, capacity commitments, and exemplary service expectations. We’ll put it to work for you and your customers.
Using a high-touch model, we keep an eye on your freight from pickup to delivery. You’ll never wonder where your freight is because our experts are available 24/7/365 to answer questions and provide updates.
Why choose a small company like AMT when you could work with a multibillion dollar behemoth? In a word, culture! As Peter Drucker famously said, “Culture eats strategy for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.”
So how does our culture help you?
Call AMT and you get a real, live person every time! No voice mail, no phone tree, that’s a promise!
We care about you and your business and are committed to getting the job done right the first time!
We’re high energy, creative, and eager to serve because we have a great atmosphere and the best team!
Our turnover is low! People who stick around have more experience, more relationships, and more skills!
We’re available for questions or updates 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. You can count on us!
Culture matters. In a culture of competitiveness, employees look for the bottom line and concentrate on the top dollar. They don’t work together–they compete. Your freight is only a vehicle for their drive to the top.
At AM Transport, our culture promotes collaboration and creativity. Our customers can take that promise to the bank!
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