D.T.L. Transportation

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D.T.L. Transportation, Inc. (“DTL” or the “Company”), headquartered out of Sanford, Florida, is a transportation company specializing in truckload and less-than-truckload (“LTL”) shipments of time and temperature sensitive cargo originating from or received via air or sea in Florida and shipped to the Eastern, Midwest, and Southwest United States. The Company has four main operating divisions representing the primary goods it transports cut flowers, fresh seafood, juice, and foliage. The Company also backhauls goods, primarily dry freight and general commodities, into Florida.

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