Coyote Named to Selling Power's 2016 '50 Best Companies to Sell For' List

Chicago, IL—August 16, 2016—For the fourth consecutive year, Coyote has been named to the Selling Power 2016 list of the 50 Best Companies to Sell For. Coyote ranked 31 with a total of 93 points.

“At Coyote, our salespeople meet with and listen to our customers daily,” says Chief Commercial Officer John Leach. “It is our ability to quickly translate into action what we’ve learned from these meetings that gives us our competitive edge.”

Each year the corporate research team at Selling Power magazine assembles and publishes its list of the 50 Best Companies to Sell For. Companies are evaluated on customer growth and retention; hiring, compensation, sales training, and enablement; and company recognition and reputation.

Coyote, a UPS company, is a leading logistics service provider that is fiercely dedicated to delivering unprecedented customer service. Coyote provides truckloadless-than-truckloadintermodal, air, and ocean brokerage and transportation management services to more than 14,000 shippers in all industries and of all sizes. After becoming a UPS company in 2015, Coyote added to its portfolio of services UPS asset utilization, customs brokerage, and global freight forwarding. A six-time Chicago Top Workplace, Coyote invests in its people through training programs, accessible leadership, and talent development. Ten years after its founding, Coyote’s commitment to service, technology, and solutions for shippers and carriers remains unparalleled. No Excuses.

To see the complete list of the 50 Best Companies to Sell For, visit www.sellingpower.com.

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