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"Our company has been a member of the TCLA for several years. The longer we’re involved, the more we receive from it. By being a member you’ll find yourself surrounded by successful business owners in your industry that experience the same obstacles that you do. Through these relationships you’ll network with people that can help you find answers, save money and grow your business."
- Cy Yates, President, Crown Logistic Services
About the Texas Courier & Logistics Association.
Code of Ethics
The messenger, courier, and logistics industry is an important profession which has a vital impact on the local, state, and national economy. As members of this profession, we are expected to exhibit the highest standards of honesty and integrity. We must be dedicated to the protection of the traveling public, employees, independent contractors, and our clients. In the fulfillment of our professional duties, we agree to:
- Express clearly and truthfully our commitments to our customers, our employees, and our independent contractors.
- Hold paramount the safety, health, and welfare of the public, our employees, and our independent contractors.
- Maintain a high standard of performance and perform services only in areas of competence.
- Maintain sufficient security of all shipments.
- Compete vigorously, but not unfairly, with other members.
- Honor all valid and lawful contracts with other members, our employees, independent contractors, and our clients.
- Maintain the confidentiality of propriety information received and not induce employees or independent contractors to violate confidentiality agreements.
- To adhere to all federal, state and local laws affecting our business operations.
- Maintain adequate insurance coverage to protect our clients, our employees, and our contractors.
- Avoid deceptive acts.
- Conduct ourselves honorably, responsibly, ethically, and lawfully so as to enhance the honor, reputation, and usefulness of the messengers, couriers, and transportation industry.