Supply chain management is in our blood.

Our family has been working with logistics and supply chain management for decades. The attention-to-detail, problem-solving mindset, and, above all, dedication to service needed to solve complex logistics challenges were imbued into us early on.


Leading the way in exceptional service with Co-Founders Robert and Andrew Faith and COO Patrick O’Loughlin

We’re committed to delivering exceptional service every day. We have a passion of transforming this industry by running this company with integrity and turning that into value for those who ship with us, our carriers, and our employees.


Interested in working at Regiment?

We’re looking for team members who love solving complex problems, have uncompromising ethics, and get the job done. In exchange, you can expect:

Competitive pay and commission structures

Leadership that values your professional growth

Remote working positions

A culture of transparency and openness


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