Motto: In All Things Give Thanks

We’re an organization that believes in doing business the right way with a strong belief in the importance of ethics.

 

Vision:

 

The Logistics Company, Inc (TLC), a service-disabled, veteran-owned business, operates principally in the DOD market by providing superior logistics services, at an economical value, without ever compromising its core values of quality, ethics, and social responsibility.

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Mission Statement:

 

The Logistics Company, Inc. was established to provide expert logistics management resources to meet our client’s challenges. TLC’s goal is to lead the global marketplace in the production of quality logistic solutions by strategic use of resources, development and implementation of automation systems, and training for 21st century technology.

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Ethics:

 

Solid corporate governance policies include ethical behavior as an integral part of compliance programs. Treating employees and other stakeholders fairly is an essential part of TLC’s success over the last two decades. A well-managed program is in the best interest of everyone we encounter - not just our clients but also our shareowners, employees, and other business partners who work together with us.

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The Right Team Yields The Best Results

A constant pursuit of knowledge and success drives each member of our organization. From military service to professional private-sector leadership, we’ve assembled a team of individuals who work for the greater good of our employees, clients, and partners – all toward a goal of mission success.

 

 

 

Larry Walsh

President and CEO

Larry Walsh

President and CEO

Larry Walsh joined TLC in 1997 as the chief of program management, ascending to the role of president and chief executive officer in 1999. He is a Career Army logistician who served in Operation Desert Storm with XVIII Airborne Corps. His assignments throughout the Army included sustaining soldiers and weapon system readiness. He served on the leading edge of logistics Automation modernization and supply management with the fielding of the Standard Army Retail Supply System (SARSS) and development of the Material Release Order Control System (MROCS). His technical expertise and innovative approach to business management is reflected in the rapid growth of TLC.

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Email: dnnskindev@gmail.com
Phone: (+012) - 345 - 6789

 

Booker M. Taylor

Vice President of Operations

Booker M. Taylor

Vice President of Operations

Booker M. Taylor has served as executive vice president since October 2008. Prior to accepting this position, he served as vice president of operations. Booker joined TLC in October 1997, and has over twenty-five years of management experience. He has worked logistics management in and out of the Army and has been an important part of the growth of TLC. Booker is responsible for leading all of the administrative and financial functions at TLC, and working with the president, and senior leadership to ensure that TLC’s financial, capital, and operational resources are optimally deployed in a manner that supports TLC’s vision, goals and mission.

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Email: dnnskindev@gmail.com
Phone: (+012) - 345 - 6789

 

Kurt J. Stein

VP Strategy and Government Relations

Kurt J. Stein

Major General
U.S. Army (Retired)
Vice President Strategy and Government Relations

Major General (Retired) Kurt Stein is the newest member of the TLC Team who recently retired from the U.S. Army after 38 years of dedicated service to our nation. Kurt is a proven senior leader who successfully built, planned and executed effective strategies in support of several large scale logistical operations in both peace and war. He brings with him extensive and global experience as a senior level executive with a master-level understanding of logistics, supply chain management and leadership.

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Email: dnnskindev@gmail.com
Phone: (+012) - 345 - 6789

 

Victoria Philips

CFO

Victoria Philips

CFO

Victoria Philips joined The Logistics Company in 2012 as the special projects accounting manager, ascending to the role of chief fiscal officer in August 2013. She has over 10 years of financial and management experience in accounting and financial statement preparation. Victoria began her career in the assurance practice of the Financial Services Office of Ernst & Young LLP in New York City where she audited international banks, hedge funds and private equity funds. Upon transfer to Ernst & Young LLP's Raleigh office in 2011, Victoria continued her work with asset management clients, serving both public and private companies.

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Email: dnnskindev@gmail.com
Phone: (+012) - 345 - 6789

 

Lisa Grim

Director of Human Resources

Lisa Grim

Director of Human Resources

Lisa Grim joined TLC in 2003 for four years as the human resources manager. In 2015 Lisa returned to TLC as the director of human resources. She is a career Army human resource professional and has continued her desire to work with people as a civilian human resource professional. Lisa is responsible for TLC’s human resources strategy and all functions within TLC’s global human resources organization, including employee relations, compensation, benefits, and talent management and engagement. As a human resources professional while employed with several leading global companies, she has a track record in effectively building and motivating employee teams to deliver growth and achieve success.

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Email: dnnskindev@gmail.com
Phone: (+012) - 345 - 6789

 

Joan M. Ziehlke

Director of Business Development

Joan M. Ziehlke

Director of Business Development

Joan Ziehlke joined TLC in 2000 as a distributed learning training developer, and has assumed roles of increasing responsibility from operations analyst, program manager, capture manager, proposal manager, and in 2015 moving to the role of director, business development. She is a career Army transporter, adjutant general (AG), and inspector general (IG) with assignments at Fort Bragg, Germany, and the Pentagon. She provides logistical support to missions in Central America, Korea and the Middle East.

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Email: dnnskindev@gmail.com
Phone: (+012) - 345 - 6789

 

Fred Norman

Director of Maintenance

Fred Norman

Director of Maintenance

CW5 (Retired) Fred Norman enlisted in the Army in 1955 and retired from service in 1997. During his service, Fred acquired a wealth of knowledge in the area of automotive maintenance and maintenance management, becoming thoroughly familiar with the four levels of maintenance concept, which is now the two level maintenance concept. In September 1998, Fred joined The Logistics Company (TLC) as a maintenance subject matter expert and later was promoted to director of maintenance.

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Email: dnnskindev@gmail.com
Phone: (+012) - 345 - 6789

 

Roy Robison

Director of QA and ESH

Roy Robison

Director of QA and ESH

Roy Robison, the TLC director of quality assurance and environmental safety and health, is a retired CW5 Aviation Officer with 26 years military experience as a flight officer and accident investigator. Roy graduated from Embry Riddle Aeronautical University with a Bachelors in Science. He graduated from the Fort Rucker Safety Course in 1994, certified as an accident investigator in 1998 and OSHA qualified. Roy has spent 10 years as a safety investigator while on active duty. Roy is ISO 9001 certified Green Belt and Auditor qualified. He served as the Accident Board President on numerous accidents resulting in fatalities.

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Email: dnnskindev@gmail.com
Phone: (+012) - 345 - 6789

 

Edward Grannis III

Director of Information Technology

Edward Grannis III

Director of Information Technology

Edward Grannis joined TLC as a Data Analyst in 2011, promoted to Director of Information Technology in 2016. Edward has worked in a wide range of IT, BI, Media, Project, Product, and Leadership positions, including: Operations Manager, Sr. Operations Manager, Program Manager, Product Manager, BI Engineer, Developer, and Data Analyst.

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Email: dnnskindev@gmail.com
Phone: (+012) - 345 - 6789

 

 

Larry Walsh joined TLC in 1997 as the chief of program management, ascending to the role of president and chief executive officer in 1999. He is a Career Army logistician who served in Operation Desert Storm with XVIII Airborne Corps. His assignments throughout the Army included sustaining soldiers and weapon system readiness. He served on the leading edge of logistics Automation modernization and supply management with the fielding of the Standard Army Retail Supply System (SARSS) and development of the Material Release Order Control System (MROCS). His technical expertise and innovative approach to business management is reflected in the rapid growth of TLC.

Larry founded and has grown TLC from a service disabled veteran-owned, small business with a single U.S. Army Quartermaster School contract valued at $25,000 to a multi-functional logistics and base operations support provider with revenue of more than $70 million annually. Under his leadership, TLC was recognized as one of America’s fastest growing companies in INC Magazine’s 2008 Top 5000 and as the Fayetteville Chamber of Commerce 2010 Business of the Year.

 

Booker M. Taylor has served as executive vice president since October 2008. Prior to accepting this position, he served as vice president of operations. Booker joined TLC in October 1997, and has over twenty-five years of management experience. He has worked logistics management in and out of the Army and has been an important part of the growth of TLC. Booker is responsible for leading all of the administrative and financial functions at TLC, and working with the president, and senior leadership to ensure that TLC’s financial, capital, and operational resources are optimally deployed in a manner that supports TLC’s vision, goals and mission.

 

Joan Ziehlke joined TLC in 2000 as a distributed learning training developer, and has assumed roles of increasing responsibility from operations analyst, program manager, capture manager, proposal manager, and in 2015 moving to the role of director, business development. She is a career Army transporter, adjutant general (AG), and inspector general (IG) with assignments at Fort Bragg, Germany, and the Pentagon. She provides logistical support to missions in Central America, Korea and the Middle East. Her technical expertise in the Pentagon supported assignments in the Louisiana Maneuvers (LAM) Task Force, Strategic Synchronization Cell developing the Quadrennial Defense Review, and the Strategic Planning Division.

 

Major General (Retired) Kurt Stein is the newest member of the TLC Team who recently retired from the U.S. Army after 38 years of dedicated service to our nation. Kurt is a proven senior leader who successfully built, planned and executed effective strategies in support of several large scale logistical operations in both peace and war. He brings with him extensive and global experience as a senior level executive with a master-level understanding of logistics, supply chain management and leadership. His strengths include strategic planning, full-spectrum logistics, leading people and building winning teams in large and diverse organizations. In his new role as Vice President, Strategy and Government Relations, Kurt is responsible for TLC’s overall strategic plan, business development and leading government relations. He will develop, maintain and deliver TLC’s voice to the customer, both to industry and the government.

 

Roy Robison, the TLC director of quality assurance and environmental safety and health, is a retired CW5 Aviation Officer with 26 years military experience as a flight officer and accident investigator. Roy graduated from Embry Riddle Aeronautical University with a Bachelors in Science. He graduated from the Fort Rucker Safety Course in 1994, certified as an accident investigator in 1998 and OSHA qualified. Roy has spent 10 years as a safety investigator while on active duty. Roy is ISO 9001 certified Green Belt and Auditor qualified. He served as the Accident Board President on numerous accidents resulting in fatalities. He has post graduate training from Texas A&M in first responder training. His last assignment was the 18th Airborne Corp G3, Aviation Safety Officer.

 

CW5 (Retired) Fred Norman enlisted in the Army in 1955 and retired from service in 1997. During his service, Fred acquired a wealth of knowledge in the area of automotive maintenance and maintenance management, becoming thoroughly familiar with the four levels of maintenance concept, which is now the two level maintenance concept. In September 1998, Fred joined The Logistics Company (TLC) as a maintenance subject matter expert and later was promoted to director of maintenance.

During his 40 years of service, Fred held numerous leadership positions including shop officer for a direct support facility, senior assignment officer at DA for all automotive maintenance warrant officers, and director of maintenance at a TRADOC service school, where he was responsible for the maintenance instruction in five courses and a student load of more than 6,000 officers and soldiers. From 1989 to 1992, he served as Senior Maintenance Advisor to the Commanding General, 1st Corps Support Command (COSCOM), Fort Bragg and deployed with the COSCOM for Operations Desert Shield and Desert Storm in support of the XVIII Airborne Corps. Following an assignment in Korea as maintenance control Officer for the 61st Maintenance Company, Fred culminated his career as senior maintenance advisor to the Commanding General 82nd Airborne Division, Fort Bragg, where he established a mentoring program for all warrant officers within the division.

Fred was inducted in the U.S. Army Ordnance Corps Hall of Fame and recently received the Honorable “Order of The Eagle Rising” Bronze Level Award.

 

Victoria Philips joined The Logistics Company in 2012 as the special projects accounting manager, ascending to the role of chief fiscal officer in August 2013. She has over 10 years of financial and management experience in accounting and financial statement preparation. Victoria began her career in the assurance practice of the Financial Services Office of Ernst & Young LLP in New York City where she audited international banks, hedge funds and private equity funds. Upon transfer to Ernst & Young LLP's Raleigh office in 2011, Victoria continued her work with asset management clients, serving both public and private companies. Victoria is a graduate of Boston College where she obtained her B.S. in Accounting and a graduate of Villanova University where she obtained her Masters in Accounting and Professional Consulting. She is licensed as a Certified Public Accountant in New York and North Carolina.

 

Lisa Grim joined TLC in 2003 for four years as the human resources manager. In 2015 Lisa returned to TLC as the director of human resources. She is a career Army human resource professional and has continued her desire to work with people as a civilian human resource professional. Lisa is responsible for TLC’s human resources strategy and all functions within TLC’s global human resources organization, including employee relations, compensation, benefits, and talent management and engagement. As a human resources professional while employed with several leading global companies, she has a track record in effectively building and motivating employee teams to deliver growth and achieve success.

 

The Logistics Company, Inc (TLC), a disabled veteran owned business, operates principally in the DOD market by providing superior logistics services, at an economical value, without ever compromising its core values of quality, ethics, and social responsibility.

The corporate vision includes plans to remain a privately-owned organization that acts as and leads the global marketplace in the production of quality logistic solutions by strategic use of resources, development and implementation of automation systems, and training for 21st century technology.

 

The Logistics Company, Inc. was established to provide expert logistics management resources to meet our client’s challenges. TLC’s goal is to lead the global marketplace in the production of quality logistic solutions by strategic use of resources, development and implementation of automation systems, and training for 21st century technology. TLC’s commitment to satisfy its corporate goal will be reflected in its efforts and purpose, and sustained by internal and external examination and recognition. TLC’s personnel, products and services will be judged by the ISO 9001:2000 standards, but acceptance of its qualifications can only come from the market place. TLC’s ability to grasp present opportunities and project the future, while communicating the changes will provide TLC a leadership advantage. TLC must realize that progress often times means change. TLC will focus on its goals and refocus them as required by these changes. TLC’s performance towards these goals should show regular accomplishment and profit, or it must correct the inaccuracies.

 

Solid corporate governance policies include ethical behavior as an integral part of compliance programs. Treating employees and other stakeholders fairly is an essential part of TLC’s success over the last two decades. A well-managed program is in the best interest of everyone we encounter - not just our clients but also our shareowners, employees, and other business partners who work together with us.

Unethical behavior or a lack of corporate social responsibility will damage TLC’s reputation. In order to ensure our standard of ethics are upheld at all levels and corporate touch points, we provide a third party resource that manages reports of observed shortcomings for reporting and resolution.

Quality and ethical behavior are everyone’s business.

 

Edward Grannis joined TLC as a Data Analyst in 2011, promoted to Director of Information Technology in 2016. Edward has worked in a wide range of IT, BI, Media, Project, Product, and Leadership positions, including: Operations Manager, Sr. Operations Manager, Program Manager, Product Manager, BI Engineer, Developer, and Data Analyst.

Edward is responsible for managing TLC’s hundreds of gigabytes of corporate data, Business Process Automation, Reporting, Systems, and Dashboards. He graduated from Wake Forest University with a BA in Communications. Since graduation, he has worked at a variety of companies including: Startups (From Angel Investor to Series A Venture Capital funded); a Post-IPO NASDAQ traded company; and small, family owned companies. He is a Fayetteville native and Troop 747 Eagle Scout. In his spare time, he tends to thousands of honeybees.

Contact

Employees

 

The Logistics Company
3400 Walsh Parkway
Fayetteville, North Carolina 28311

contact@tlc-inc.net

(910)482-8084

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About TLC
The Logistics Company exists to provide high quality Base Operations and logistics support that meet ISO 9001:2000 standards. Our team of professionals brings technical expertise from both the military and industry, and is globally responsive to our customer requirements. We are a disabled veteran-owned government contractor focused on the health, welfare and safety of our employees, stakeholders, clients and the U.S. military. For nearly 20 years, we have provided smart, economical solutions for even the toughest projects with quality and integrity that produces mission success.