Kottke Trucking Sees Revenue Rise with TCG

TCG, an SMC³ company and providers of Activity-Based Costing and Profitability Management Tools™ for truckload and less-than-truckload motor carriers, today announced that Kottke Trucking is reporting an increase in revenue per mile of 10.5% by using its Cost Information System to make better decisions.

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The Latest TCG Press Releases

  • 05/25/2016
  • Kottke Trucking Sees Revenue Rise with TCG
  • TCG, an SMC³ company and providers of Activity-Based Costing and Profitability Management Tools™ for truckload and less-than-truckload motor carriers, today announced that Kottke Trucking is reporting an increase in revenue per mile of 10.5% by using its Cost Information System to make better decisions.
  • OCT 2015
  • SMC³ Acquires TCG
  • SMC³, the leader in LTL pricing and transit technology, has acquired substantially all the assets of Maryland-based Transportation Costing Group.
  • 03/18/2014
  • Mesilla Valley Transportation Chooses TCG
  • Transportation Costing Group (TCG), providers of Activity-Based Costing and Profitability Management Tools&trade for truckload and less-than-truckload motor carriers, today announced that Mesilla Valley Transportation has chosen and implemented its Truckload Cost Information System (TL/CIS) to develop more effective profitability analyses.
  • 09/10/2013
  • TCG and TMW Systems Sign Agreement
  • Transportation Costing Group (TCG), providers of Activity-Based Costing and Profitability Management Tools™ for truckload and less-than-truckload motor carriers, today announced it has entered into an agreement with TMW Systems (TMW), the leading provider of Transportation Management Software to North American for-hire and private fleets, to bundle TMW TMS interfaces with their solutions making the purchase of TCG solutions more convenient for TMW customers.
  • 04/02/2009
  • Howard Sheppard Inc. Chooses TCG
  • Transportation Costing Group™ (TCG), specialists in activity-based profitability and cost analysis for the transportation industry, today announced that Howard Sheppard Inc. has selected its Profitability Management Tools®
  • 09/18/2007
  • Jack Middleton Joins TCG Board
  • Transportation Costing Group® (TCG®), specialists in Profitability Management Tools℠ and activity-based cost analysis for the transportation industry, today announced that Jack Middleton has been named to the Company’s Board of Directors. Middleton brings extensive experience in transportation and logistics accounting, finance and human resources issues to TCG and its customers.
  • 02/23/2007
  • Purolator Freight Chooses TCG
  • Transportation Costing Group® (TCG®), specialists in Profitability Management Tools® and activity-based cost analysis for the transportation industry, today announced that Toronto, Ontario-based Purolator Freight will begin using its Less Than Truckload Cost Information System (LTL/CIS®) to enhance profitability and growth through more effective decision making and accurate assessments of its operation.
  • 11/29/2006
  • SLH Transport Chooses TCG
  • Transportation Costing Group (TCG™), specialists in Profitability Management Tools™ and activity-based cost analysis for the transportation industry, today announced that Kingston, Ontario-based SLH Transport has implemented its Truckload Cost Information System™ (TL/CIS™) and is benefiting from several very specific features of the advanced solution.
  • 08/01/2006
  • Averitt Express Chooses TCG
  • Transportation Costing Group (TCG®), specialists in Profitability Management Tools™ and activity-based cost analysis for the transportation industry, today announced that Cookeville, TN-based Averitt Express has adopted the company’s LTL Cost Information System® (LTL/CIS®). In addition, Averitt is also adopting TCG’s TL Cost Information System® (TL/CIS®) for the company’s truckload service unit.
  • 05/23/2006
  • deBoer Trasnportation Chooses TCG
  • Transportation Costing Group (TCG™), specialists in Profitability Management Tools™ and activity-based cost analysis for the transportation industry, today announced that Blenker, WI-based deBoer Transportation, Inc. has adopted the company’s Truckload Cost Information System™ (TL/CIS®). Founded in 1967, deBoer Transportation is a family-owned truckload carrier with a fleet of over 500 tractors and 1,300 trailers.
  • 05/04/2006
  • TCG & Carrier Logistics Join Forces
  • Transportation Costing Group® (TCG®), specialists in Profitability Management ToolsSM and activity-based cost analysis for the transportation industry, today announced that it is enhancing its product line with the addition of FACTSview, the business intelligence module of the FACTS™ suite of software from Carrier Logistics Inc. New York-based Mystic Tank Lines Corp. is the first customer to use the integrated solutions.
  • MAY 2003
  • TCG Announces Patent on Costing Methods
  • Transportation Costing Group, Inc. (TCG) announces the awarding of U.S. Patent No. 6,604,081 by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office to Kenneth M. Manning and William R. Shults for the cost accounting formulas “Method for Analyzing Profitability of Freight Load Hauling Operations” on August 5, 2003. Messers. Manning and Shults are President and Executive Vice President, respectively, of TCG.
  • SEPT 2002
  • TCG Interfaces with TMW Systems
  • Transportation Costing Group (TCG) announces the recent license and implementation of its Cost Information System (CIS) to two TMW carriers: Barr-Nunn Transportation Company of Granger, Iowa and Bison Transport of Winnipeg, Manitoba. In addition, TMW has created a software script with which to create the files needed by TL/CIS significantly reducing the resources and time to implementation. TL/CIS is the version of CIS designed to accommodate irregular-route carriers – Truckload, LTL and Bulk.
  • JULY 2002
  • Bison Transport Implements TCG’s CIS
  • “Bison Transport of Winnipeg, Manitoba has selected and implemented TCG’s TL/CIS® Activity-Based Costing System” announced Ken Manning, President of TCG. TL/CIS is the version of CIS designed to accommodate irregular route carriers – Truckload, LTL and bulk.