It’s hard to say whether Matt Heroux chose a career in trucking, or it chose him. In one sense, trucking is in his DNA. Hailing from a family that’s been in the freight transportation industry for the past 100 years, he’s been surrounded by trucking for his entire life. Some of his earliest childhood memories,
For Newman Carriers, safety of equipment and well-trained drivers are among the keys to ongoing success.
Since 2006, the family-owned Queen Transportation & Logistics has been focused on providing shippers with trucking and logistics services they can always trust, notes Daniel Queen, the fleet’s vice president. “Our customers appreciate our ‘whatever-it-takes’ spirit and our expertise in meeting their transportation needs,” Queen says. “What really sets us apart from the competition, however,
It’s always news when hurricane season begins in the U.S., but for the Fleet Management division in the City of Lakeland, Florida, the date just isn’t all that relevant. Read more about Lakeland’s fleet and how they deal with the constant threat of severe weather by clicking below to view our interactive fleet profile. Read
At BMC, being a successful nationwide building materials provider depends on a reliable fleet and the maintenance operation behind it.
While fleets across the country remain focused on COVID-19 prevention issues, there’s no question that refuse collection operations are going the extra mile to safely provide an essential service. For Waste Connections, an integrated solid waste services company that operates over 10,000 vehicles at approximately 500 facilities in the U.S. and Canada, working to ensure
At Decker Truck Line, driver engagement is an all-encompassing affair.
Using technology to improve safety, efficiency and productivity is making Brigiotta’s Farmland Produce & Garden Center a first choice wholesale produce distributor for customers.
Energy Transportation Group
continues to grow by providing innovative, reliable and efficient service solutions.
The emphasis on safety at Hardy Brothers is supported by investing heavily in technology.
Started in the 1960s as a truck renting and leasing operation, Cargo Transporters found its niche supplying vehicles for the private fleets of furniture manufacturers. As those producers moved away from ownership, the company developed into a carrier of choice for shippers looking to outsource transportation.
At the Erb Group of Companies, customers can rely on
receiving on-time delivery of temperature-controlled freight.