Princeton TMX, Fort Wayne, IN, a logistics software
company, has been launched to provide
shippers with a cloud-based next-generation
transportation management system (TMS).
Princeton TMX — a subsidiary of transportation
industry consulting firm Princeton Consultants,
Inc. — has acquired the shipper software business
of TransWorks, a subsidiary of Norfolk Southern
This business is based on a TMS platform that
has successfully managed millions of shipments
over 13 years for customers in agribusiness,
building products, chemicals, forest products,
metals, packaging companies and diverse manufacturers.
The newest Princeton TMX user will be Port
Townsend, WA-based Port Townsend Paper Co.
(PTPC). PTPC produces pulp, paper, containerboard,
and specialty products by blending virgin
and recycled fibers at its mill. The company recycles
one-third of all of the cardboard in the state
“Our network is expanding because we have
added new facilities — creating more transporta-
Port Townsend selects Princeton TMX to control logistics
tion decisions every day,” said Ed Barnes, PTPC’s procurement
and transportation manager. “We selected Princeton TMX because
we were very impressed with its ability help us improve
our processes by automating many aspects of our transportation
The Princeton TMX offering includes a menu of modules including
carrier management, rate management, rules-based tendering,
trailer pool, exception management and freight
Princeton TMX, www.princetontmx.com.