The Truckload Carriers Association (TCA) and CarriersEdge have recognized eight fleets entering the newly launched Best Fleets to Drive For Hall of Fame.
Now in its 14th year, Best Fleets to Drive For is an annual survey and contest that recognizes the North American for-hire trucking companies that provide the best workplace experience for drivers. Fleets are evaluated using a range of criteria, including programs for drivers, driver satisfaction, and results in safety and retention. The top scoring participants are named Best Fleets to Drive For.
Expanding on that recognition, the Hall of Fame identifies carriers that have either been named a Best Fleet for 10 consecutive years or have been named seven consecutive years and won an overall award.
“The Hall of Fame recognizes fleets demonstrating exceptional performance year after year,” said CarriersEdge CEO Jane Jazrawy. “The inaugural entrants have continued to raise the bar for years, and their achievements demonstrate an enviable level of excellence.”
The Hall of Fame is sponsored by EpicVue.
The 2022 Best Fleets Hall of Fame recipients are:
- Bison Transport Inc. – Winnipeg, Manitoba;
- Boyle Transportation – Billerica, Massachusetts;
- Central Oregon Truck Co., Inc. – Redmond, Oregon;
- FTC Transportation, Inc. – Oklahoma City;
- Grand Island Express – Grand Island, Nebraska;
- Halvor Lines, Inc. – Superior, Wisconsin;
- Nussbaum Transportation Services, Inc. – Hudson, Illinois; and
- Prime Inc. – Springfield, Missouri.
For information about the Best Fleets program, follow the hashtag #BestFleets22 on social media or visit bestfleetstodrivefor.com.
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