The founder of Tri-National Incorporated, Robert Rogulic has established the company as a leader in the freight industry. From its corporate headquarters in Earth City, Missouri, the company directs shipping along some of the busiest routes in the American South. As President and Chief Executive Officer, Robert Rogulic oversees terminals in Laredo, San Antonio, Hidalgo, and Wake Village, Texas; Charleston and Lebanon, Missouri; and Bryant, Arkansas. These key shipping locations, whose full addresses can be found on company website www.tri-nat.com, allow Tri-National to effectively ship along key routes.
Under Robert Rogulic's direction, Tri-National provides a wide range of shipping services. Experienced in shipping across North America, the company offers cross-border shipping and international freight forwarding as well as consultation services for importers and exporters. The company also offers warehouse services, third-party truckload logistics, freight brokerage, and dedicated services. To support customer security and satisfaction, Tri-National combines these offerings with an industry-leading satellite tracking system and tailored reports available via the Web.
For its performance in efficient and safe shipping, Tri-National Incorporated has earned recognition as a Logistic Provider of Excellence by Johnson Controls. Known globally for its industry expertise, Johnson Controls also provides Tri-National with high quality, reliable automotive supplies. These supplies compliment Tri-National's advanced fleet of newly ordered Volvo trucks, all of which feature the Volvo Enhanced Cruise safety system.
Dedicated to service of the community, Robert Rogulic ensures that Tri-National contributes each year to the Kilo Foundation for Diabetes Research. He personally takes an active role in the community and the industry, to which end he maintains membership in the Truckload Carriers Association and the Edgewood Valley Country Club. An enthusiastic hunter, he belongs to the Boone & Crockett Club, which has recognized Robert Rogulic for shooting one of the largest antelopes on record.