Certified Freight Logistics Sponsors Truckers Against Trafficking, Educates Drivers on Human Traffiby Jake Tully - Published: 2/16/2018
Santa Maria, California-based trucking company, Certified Freight Logistics announced earlier this week that it has partnered with Truckers Against Trafficking to launch an education program for its drivers in order to educate them about human trafficking in the trucking industry.
AS a bronze-level sponsor of Truckers Against Trafficking (TAT) Certified Freight Logistics reports that it will help the grassroots, non-profit organization in its endeavors in fighting human trafficking through providing training to its drivers and equipping them with the knowledge to stop such activities.
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"With our drivers and employees traveling our nation's highways every day, CFL believes one of the best ways to fight this serious crime is to educate our team," said Scott Cramer, CFL President and CEO. "We look forward to working with TAT, training our team and encouraging them to make a call if they think they see human trafficking happening. We're committed to making a difference."
TAT also reports that the partnership with Certified Freight Logistics will be prosperous for both parties, with a trucking company arming its drivers with the proper education in how to deal with the issue of trafficking that the industry is facing.
"From TAT's inception, various members of the American trucking industry have proven that their vigilance aids law enforcement in the disruption of trafficking networks and the recovery of victims," said TAT executive director, Kendis Paris. "The partnership between TAT and CFL will make a difference in the lives of these victims, adding more 'trained eyes and ears' to the roads as we combat this terrible crime. We're delighted they're joining us."
For more information about Certified Freight Logistics, interested parties may visit the company's site.