I’m one of 3.5 million professional truck drivers on America’s roads working to safely deliver the goods that keep our lives and economy moving, but on my latest trip, my truck is longer and heavier than usual and I couldn’t be prouder.
“It’s refreshing,” says Burch, to hear the president use words like “heroes” to describe those in the trucking industry. Burch is the president of Jet Express, a roughly 330-truck fleet that hauls loads for the automotive industry. He’s worked in trucking for north of four decades.
SPRINGFIELD, Ill. (WRSP) — Hurricane Harvey devastated parts of Texas nearly two weeks ago and the outpouring of support and supplies continues for the victims. But with another major storm on the way, more people will soon be in need of help. Hurricane Irma is churning its way towards the U.S. and millions of people […]
Trucking industry companies across the nation are pledging charitable support for the victims of Hurricane Harvey and the long recovery effort ahead. The following is just a small sample of companies and people who have seen the destruction from Harvey’s floods and decided to give support in any way they can. In a joint effort, […]
By: Klint Lowry DALLAS – You can’t very well be the walking symbol of goodwill for an entire industry and have people referring to you as “what’s-its-name, that truck thingy.” But from its debut in May, that was the Trucking Moves America Forward mascot’s lot in life, even as it began its duties as the […]