Learn About Corsia Logistics
Who are we?
Corsia Logistics is a small, family-owned company. Our team of logistics experts provides personal touch and careful consideration of customer’s needs, options, and budget. We are Vasi and Lyubomir. As owners, we work hard every day. We enjoy building our business together, hand in hand, step by step.
We both worked at one of the biggest auto transport companies in the US, and we learned about auto logistics. However, we decided for ourselves that we want to offer something else. After some years we knew we wanted to offer people a friendly talk and affordable service. No pushy sales calls, no big company feel.
We have two more people working with us full-time and a couple more employed part-time to help with various tasks. We all feel like family because we treat each other with respect and patience.
Corsia Logistics is a registered USDOT broker and a registered USDOT carrier. We have our own truck serving the west coast and a sister company serving the midwest to Florida route, as well as multiple partners to service every state. Our broker license number is MC #825904 and USDOT #2405616. Our carrier license number is MC #50176 and USDOT #3051680. You can go to FMCSA Safety records website and search for our company by name or license numbers.
What do we do?
We have a decade of combined auto transport experience, and we provide national and international auto transport. We serve individuals and businesses from across the US. We employ only the highest safety rated carriers to ensure our customer’s peace of mind. Friendly talk and exceptional service – this is what we offer and what all of our customers receive. But don’t take our word for it – check our customer reviews online.
Our team has the right amount of experience to know what customers expect and prefer. Yet, we never stop learning. Corsia Logistics’ team stays on top of industry innovations, regulations, and requirements. We learn every day and constantly adjust to an ever changing logistics industry.
How do we do it?
We do it with dedication and respect for our customers and our carriers. Find out for yourself, read our customer reviews. It is a very fine balance we work hard to achieve. If you don’t do it with your heart and with consideration for all parties involved, sooner or later it will hurt someone.
Over the last six years we have grown steadily. And this comes to show our dedication to our customers and carriers. We pride ourselves in caring for each customer personally. We answer all of your questions with care and consideration.
When you call to get a price quote, we explain the auto transport process in details. We tell you how it works from pick-up through delivery. Our logistics experts explain how the payment works, what is a Bill of Lading and how the inspection is done. Then we invite you to ask additional questions. You can find all of the important answers on our website.
Why do we do it?
We do it because we love cars, and we love helping people. We are not a corporation with hundreds of representatives, who do not know your personal needs. Corsia Logistics’ team is small and caring, and we want to do it that way. This is the way to stay in close contact with your passion, while helping your customers.
When do we do it?
A firm decision, we made in the very beginning, was to have normal working hours. We believe that our employees deserve not to be exploited and burned out after a few months or a year. In some of the most developed western countries people work 30 to 40 hours a week maximum, because this is how you keep creativity alive and your brain fresh. As owners, this is not always the case for us and we do stay late just because we need to help our customers or carriers. But we still manage to keep things under control and allow ourselves time to relax and recharge, in order to stay productive and do our job with pleasure.
Where do we do it?
Corsia Logistics provides national and international auto transport. Our main service routes are in the US, but we work with international companies and manage the transport of vehicles from most US ports to most European ports.