LEXINGTON, S.C. (November 4, 2020) – Southeastern Freight Lines, the leading provider of regional less-than-truckload (LTL) transportation services, today announced Wade Lovejoy has been promoted to service center manager in Tri-Cities, Tennessee.
Lovejoy has more than 15 years of experience at Southeastern, starting his career at the Hickory, North Carolina service center as a freight handler. He has served in various leadership positions during his time with the company, including outbound supervisor, inbound supervisor and, most recently, assistant service center manager in Florence, South Carolina.
“Wade has a proven track record of excellent leadership skills throughout his time with Southeastern,” said Seth Fetzer, regional vice president of operations for Southeastern Freight Lines. “He is a truly outstanding leader who cares deeply about the Southeastern company, our associates and our customers. After 15 years of embodying our culture and providing quality without question service, we are confident Wade is an excellent addition to the Tri-Cities team.”
Lovejoy and his wife, Sarah, are excited to relocate to Tri-Cities and continue serving the Southeastern team in this new capacity.
About Southeastern Freight Lines
Southeastern Freight Lines, a privately-owned regional less-than-truckload transportation services provider founded in 1950, specializes in next-day service in the Southeast and Southwest and operates 89 service centers in 13 states, Canada and Puerto Rico. Southeastern has a network of service partners to ensure transportation services in the remaining 36 states, the U.S. Virgin Islands and Mexico. Southeastern Freight Lines provides more than 99.35% on-time service in next day lanes. A dedication to service quality and a continuous quality improvement process that began in 1985 has been recognized by more than 450 quality awards received from customers and associations. For more information, please visit www.sefl.com and www.facebook.com/SoutheasternFreight.
Largemouth Communications (on behalf of Southeastern Freight Lines)