A journey into trucking.


Tommy Hodges knows what it's like to "sit in the driver's seat" when it comes to warehousing and trucking. With a humble start to his career in 1965, his "journey" into trucking began on a Dock at Tennessee Carolina Transportation (TCT) as a driver. After two years of military service in Vietnam, it was right back to the trucking industry with a management position with TCT as a dock supervisor/dispatcher. In 1976, a company change was made and Hodges transitioned to Spector Freight Systems as a salesman.

Since then, Hodges has subsequently held various positions in the transportation industry over the years, from sales manager, terminal manager, all the way to Vice President of Sales, President, and finally Owner. He has worked in the industry virtually all of his working life, and to this day does it because he loves it.

He stays very involved in the trucking industry through several professional organizations. He has served as Chairman of the Tennessee Trucking Association with two separate terms and currently services as the President of the Tennessee Trucking Foundation. In addition, he has served as Chairman of the American Trucking Association, Chairman of the Chairman's Membership Sub-committee, and Past Chairman of the Small Carrier Committee. He also serves on the executive committee of Southern Motor Carriers (SMC3) in Atlanta, GA.


Phillip Edwards has been involved in transportation for over 25 years. Phillip started his career in trucking by loading trucks while working for an LTL company. After graduating from MTSU in the fall of 1992 with a degree in Finance, he began working at Goggin Truck Lines in Shelbyville, TN.

Since that time, Phillip has held many different positions including Terminal Manager, Sales, and Regional Vice President. In 2001, Phillip joined Titan Transfer and has served as President of the organization since that time. All of Phillip's professional life has been dedicated to the trucking industry.

Phillip has served on many committees and continues to be heavily involved in his community and professional organizations. Phillip has served on many committees in the Tennessee Trucking Association where he has served on the board of directors for the last 10 years. He also served as the Tennessee Trucking Association Chairman in 2011-2012.

Phillip is a member of the First Presbyterian Church in Shelbyville, TN. He is married to Dana Reed Edwards and has 3 children.