Dobbs Peterbilt given award by Montgomery Transportation Group

Dobbs Peterbilt given award by Montgomery Transportation Group

Dobbs says this highlights its efforts to provide customers with the "DobbsValue" experience, by delivering solutions and results.

Dobbs Peterbilt was awarded the 2023 Montgomery Transportation Group Partner of the Year Award.

Founded in 2011, the Montgomery Transportation Group has a flatbed trucking fleet of more than 700 power units. Montgomery Transportation Group says it specializes in transportation of heavy loads, routinely exceeding 50,000 lbs., and navigating over-dimensional loads up to 65 feet in length.

“The Montgomery Transportation Group Partner of the Year Award, which is given in recognition of excellence and devotion, recognizes the immeasurable contributions of the incredible partners who have shown unparalleled dedication, dependability, and exemplary service all year long,” said Jake Contorno, Montgomery Transportation Group’s chief executive officer. “This esteemed award honors organizations who continuously go above and capture the core values of our business by establishing the standard for excellence. This recognition is a testament to Dobbs Peterbilt unwavering commitment and invaluable collaboration, which have been essential to our development and success.”

“Dobbs Peterbilt is honored to be recognized as Montgomery Transport’s Partner of the Year for 2023,” said Mike Clark, Dobbs Truck Group chief executive officer. “We deeply appreciate the partnership with Montgomery Transport because they drive us to be better through strong communication and clear expectations. Montgomery Transport is a collaborative partner that values strong relationships with drivers and suppliers alike.”

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