Our Story
Where It All Began
PrimeTime Global Logistics was established by Robert Williams, an entrepreneur by heart with a passion for providing visibility and transparency to customers. Following his years of experience in Third Party Logistics, Robert envisioned great success in all aspects of transportation.

Beyond providing for his family and himself, he found an opportunity to also improve the lives of those who worked with him; these people included truck drivers, global representatives and other businesses seeking competitive shipping solutions.

Robert followed his goals and entrepreneurial spirit. In 2016, he explored the GTZ technology and services of GlobalTranz, which matched his current book of business and paved the way for opening his own agency. Fundamental training and tools were essentially provided for Robert to get started with his business.
In 2017, Robert convinced Chris Kavanagh, his longtime friend, fraternity brother and Godfather to his first born child to join as a Managing Partner. Chris possessed an extensive background in sales and business development for corporate structures and training, which helped continue to build and shape PrimeTime’s structure and business standards, alongside Robert. Along with bringing his valuable skill set and his drive to succeed it was decided that PrimeTime would become a global company and offer its services to a vast array of clients.

With grit and determination, PrimeTime Global Logistics steadily grew its network and exponentially surpassed numbers in revenue and staff recruitment.

Today, PrimeTime Global Logistics consists of (10) main Departments, namely Truckload, Expedited, Drayage/Intermodal, LTL, Final Mile, Warehousing, International, Solutions, Implementation and Marketing. Each Department is supervised by the Management Team comprising Robert Williams, himself, Chris Kavanagh (Managing Partner) and Jonathan Meyer (General Manager).

While presently headquartered in West Palm Beach, Florida, PrimeTime Global Logistics has representatives staffed throughout North America, South America, Philippines and Eastern Europe.
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