Fleet Safety Awards

Each Fall, TCA members submit online applications for one of trucking’s most important competitions—the Fleet Safety Awards. Carriers placing first, second, and third in each of six mileage-based divisions are honored.

  • The winners are selected based on their accident ratios from October 1 to September 30 in any given year. Division winners are subject to an audit for ratio accuracy and invited to compete for one of two grand prizes;
  • Carriers with annual mileage of 25 million or fewer miles vie for one, while companies with more than 25 million miles compete for the other; and
  • The grand prize winners are announced each March at TCA’s Annual Convention.

The Fleet Safety application period was open from October 1 – November 6, 2018.

Reporting data consisted of data collected from October 1, 2017 – September 30, 2018.

Eligibility

PHASE 1 – Entry Application Submission

  • Due by November 6, 2018

PHASE 2 – Verification and Auditing

  • Conducted between November 7 – December 14, 2018

PHASE 3 – Grand Prize Entry

  • Due by January 11, 2019

Purpose of Contest

The 2018 National Fleet Safety Awards honor the safest truckload fleets in North America.

Eligibility

To participate in the Truckload Carriers Association’s 2018 Fleet Safety Awards, you must comply with the following:

  1. Your company must be a TCA member in good standing at the time of entry form submission and maintain its membership through the time of the awards presentation on March 12, 2019 during TCA’s Annual Convention at the Wynn Las Vegas Resort in Las Vegas, NV. Conglomerate members may submit either a single entry reflecting aggregate mileage or separate entries for each subsidiary/affiliate company. All subsidiaries/affiliate companies submitted must be TCA members in good standing and maintain their memberships through the aforementioned awards presentation.
  2. Your trucking company must operate in the truckload industry and have operating authority in the United States, Canada, or Mexico.
  3. You must agree to have pertinent records audited by an independent, qualified, objective auditor of TCA’s choosing (see details under Phase 2 – Verification and Auditing).
  4. You must agree to the following obligations:
    1. The Grand Prize winners must have a company representative available for two appearances at TCA events during the year. The events are:
      1. The 2019 Annual Convention, March 10-12 at the Wynn Las Vegas Resort, at which time the company representative (chief executive officer preferred) will be presented the Grand Prize award;
      2. The 2019 Safety & Security Division Annual Meeting, June 2-4 in Memphis, TN, at which time the safety representative will be honored.
    2. Grand Prize winners will be asked to submit safety information for a flyer to be distributed at the aforementioned Safety & Security Division meeting. The submitted information should highlight the company’s safety program and function as a “visual acceptance speech.”
    3. Division award winners must also have a company representative available for the awards presentation at the aforementioned Annual Convention and Safety & Security Division meeting.

PHASE 1 – Entry Application Submission

Deadline: November 6, 2018

Phase 1 requires you to complete the 2018 Fleet Safety Awards application. The application must be completed online and must be submitted no later than 5:00 p.m. ET on Tuesday, November 6, 2018. The application must include all company and contact information, the accident and mileage information as defined on the application, and the 2018 Accident Frequency Ratio. The application must also include electronic acknowledgement that all information is correct to the best of the individual’s knowledge and agreement with all awards program obligations and rules.

A U.S. DOT Recordable Accident is defined as follows:

An “accident” required by DOT to be recorded is defined in Title 49, Code of Federal Regulations, Section 390.5 as: “An occurrence involving a commercial motor vehicle operating on a highway in interstate or intrastate commerce (as defined in 390.5) that results in:

  1. A fatality;
  2. Bodily injury to a person who, as a result of the injury, immediately receives medical treatment away from the scene of the accident; or
  3. One or more motor vehicles incurring disabling damage as a result of the accident, requiring the motor vehicle(s) to be transported away from the scene by a tow truck or other motor vehicle.”

The term “accident,” as defined in Title 49, Code of Federal Regulations, Section 390.5, does not include:

  1. “An occurrence involving only boarding and alighting from a stationary motor vehicle; or
  2. An occurrence involving only the loading or unloading of cargo.”

* While TCA recognizes that FMCSA is in the process of conducting a pilot program on non-preventable crashes, the data collected and published through the pilot program cannot be submitted as a part of this competition at this time. TCA will review the inclusion of this data if and when FMCSA issues a final rule on the matter.

Mileage is defined as follows:

Mileage is intra- and interstate as reported on the carrier’s International Fuel Tax Agreement (IFTA) quarterly forms for the months of October 1, 2017 through September 30, 2018. If you operate outside the United States, the miles run outside the U.S. must be included in the total mileage and all accidents, whether they occur within or without the U.S., that meet DOT recordable criteria must be included. Additionally, other documents may be required during the verification and auditing process if you operate outside of the U.S.

Based on each company’s entry, TCA will notify the three companies with the best 2018 Accident Frequency Ratios in each of the six divisions by November 7, 2018 (see the online application form for division sizes). Each of the eighteen companies will be invited to participate in Phase II – Verification and Auditing.

Please note: If your company’s U.S. DOT number or its equivalent, actual number of miles, or actual number of accidents differs from the submitted U.S. DOT number, number of miles, or number of accidents, resulting in a lack of verification, your company’s 2018 Fleet Safety Awards application will be disqualified and your company and its subsidiaries will be ineligible to participate in next year’s Fleet Safety Awards. Any determination is at the sole discretion of TCA and final.

 

PHASE 2 – Verification and Auditing

Conducted between November 7, 2018 and December 14, 2018

An independent, qualified, objective auditor of TCA’s choosing will be notified of the top three companies in each division and will schedule an audit at each carrier that will take place no later than December 14, 2018. The auditor will verify and audit the following information:

  1. Mileage for your entry will be verified against the quarterly International Fuel Tax Agreement (IFTA) mileage reports on file at your company. The visiting auditor will simply review the total mileage and verify that mileage against the total mileage on your entry form. The auditor may require other supporting documents, within reason, to verify annual mileage. If you operate outside the U.S., the miles run outside the U.S. also count and other documents may be required to complete the verification process.
  2. The number of DOT recordable accidents will be verified by comparing a current copy of the carrier’s profile against the accident register/insurance loss run reports/actual accident reports as written in Section 390.15 (b). The auditor may require other supporting documents, within reason, to verify DOT recordable accidents. If you operate outside the U.S., accidents occurring outside the U.S. will also be counted using the same standard.

Should an auditor determine that an error was made in accurately completing the entry form, he/she will notify the appropriate representative of the Truckload Carriers Association. Should that entry be disqualified, the next best entry will be selected and placed in line for one of three prizes in the respective category. All decisions by TCA are final.

Based on successful completion of Phase 2, companies will be invited to participate in Phase 3 – Grand Prize Entry. However, if you are invited to participate in Phase 2, we highly recommend you start Phase 3 before invitations to participate are sent out to allow yourself plenty of time. The deadline for Phase 3 is January 11, 2018, but your company’s Phase 2 audit may take place as late as December 14, 2018.

A Word about Confidentiality

The auditor assigned to verify your entry will schedule the audit with the person submitting the entry. The auditor will not copy or distribute any information obtained during the auditing process. When verifying mileage and/or accident data, the auditor will be prohibited from photocopying or reproducing any information obtained and is only there to verify the data supplied on the entry form. In the unlikely event that a discrepancy requiring supporting documentation for verification occurs, it will be the decision of the carrier to provide to TCA the required documentation or to withdraw.

 

PHASE 3 – Grand Prize Entry

Deadline: January 11, 2019

The Grand Prize is the highest safety honor presented to a member of the Truckload Carriers Association. Each year, TCA recognizes two carriers judged to have the most outstanding safety record and safety program. Carriers with annual mileage of 25 million or fewer miles will compete for one Grand Prize award, while carriers with annual mileage of more than 25 million miles will compete for a separate Grand Prize award.

How to Prepare Your Entry

Entries must be submitted electronically via an e-mail to Kathryn Sanner. No hard copies will be accepted. Please follow the guidelines below when preparing your entry. Note that page 1 will be the title page and pages 2-15 should describe the company’s overall safety program and policies as they relate to the areas listed below.

Entries are limited to 15 or fewer pages with no exceptions. Be sure to use at least a 12-point font. Descriptions of each area are limited to single-spaced, one-sided, 8-1/2″ x 11″ typed pages as described below. Unused space may not be used elsewhere in the entry. For example, if the description of your company’s training procedures only requires one-and-a-half pages, you may not use the extra half-page to make another area longer. By following the guidelines below, your entry will be a maximum of 15 pages in length, but may be shorter if necessary. No appendices, documents, or other supporting material will be considered.

Any entry not following these guidelines will be disqualified:

  • Page 1: Title page with the following information:
    • Company name
    • Address
    • Telephone number
    • Fax number
    • Name, signature, and title of the person submitting the entry
    • The entry must also contain the name, signature, and title of a company executive, president, or owner with his or her verification that all information contained in the entry is true and correct to the best of his or her knowledge, information, and belief.
  • Pages 2-4: Safety Program and Supervision (25 points)
    • This is the single most important section and should be used to describe your safety program and its successes. This is the only section allotted 3 pages.
    • Describe the general company structure supporting the importance of safety and how people interact within that structure.
    • What programs has your company implemented to improve safety and how have you quantified the success of those programs?
    • Describe the lines of communications from driver to CEO.
    • What tools and processes are used to supervise and help drivers/independent contractors on the road?
    • Any systems for conflict resolution?
  • Pages 5-6: Employee Driver/Independent Contractor Selection Procedure (15 points)
    • What procedures are in place for driver/independent contractor selection?
    • What is the criterion for acceptance?
    • Interview techniques/procedures
    • Orientation programs
  • Pages 7-8: Training (20 points)
    • Programs to identify drivers/employees that need training
    • Any training programs for new drivers/employees?
    • Any training programs for existing drivers/employees?
  • Pages 9-10: Accident Investigation and Prevention (15 points)
    • Determination of accidents and corrective actions
    • Evaluation of improvements
    • Procedures for conducting accident investigations
    • Timelines
    • Expert sources
    • Accident review committees or internal reviews
    • Review of reporting agencies for accuracy of data
  • Pages 11-12: Inspection and Maintenance of Equipment (15 points)
    • Programs that identify equipment due for preventive maintenance or inspection
    • Redundant checks for 100% compliance
    • How the safety department interacts with the maintenance department
  • Pages 13-14: Outside Activities and General Highway Safety (5 points)
    • Company efforts to promote safety to its drivers
    • Company efforts to promote safety for the industry
  • Page 15: What Makes Your Safety Program Shine Above the Rest (5 points)
    • This section is designed to express anything that does not naturally fit in any of the other sections.
    • Describe something unique to your company that makes a difference in attitude, morale, or behavior modification.
    • Show tangible evidence that safety is a company priority.

Judging will be based on the thoroughness of programs and policies. Especially important are company efforts to exceed minimum state and federal safety requirements. By reading an entry, a judge should be able to determine the content and effectiveness of a company’s overall safety program.

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Fleet Safety Division Winners

Division I Winners
(less than 5 million miles)

1st Place
Stageline Express, Inc.
Coopersville, MI

2nd Place
FTC Transportation, Inc.
Oklahoma City, OK

3rd Place
Art Pape Transfer, Inc.
Dubuque, IA

Division II Winners
(5-14.99 million miles)

1st Place
Boyle Transportation
Billerica, MA

2nd Place
Marvin Keller Trucking
Sullivan, IL

3rd Place
Chief Carriers, Inc.
Grand Island, NE

Division III Winners
(15-24.99 million miles)

1st Place
Kottke Trucking, Inc.
Buffalo Lake, MN

2nd Place
High Country Transportation
Midlothian, TX

3rd Place
Grand Island Express
Grand Island, NE

Division IV Winners
(25-49.99 million miles)

1st Place
Trans-West Logistics
Lachine, QC

2nd Place
Erb International, Inc.
New Hamburg, ON

3rd Place
Nussbaum Transportation Services, Inc.
Hudson, IL

Division V Winners
(50-99.99 million miles)

1st Place
Groupe Robert, Inc.
Rougemont, QC

2nd Place
Halvor Lines, Inc.
Superior, WI

3rd Place
Ashley Furniture Industries, Inc.
Arcadia, WI

Division VI Winners
(100 million or more miles)

1st Place
Bison Transport
Winnipeg, MB

2nd Place
May Trucking Co., Inc.
Salem, OR

3rd Place
John Christner Trucking, Inc.
Sapulpa, OK

Division I Winners
(less than 5 million miles)

1st Place
Specialty Transport, Inc.
Knoxville, TN

2nd Place
Carbon Express, Inc.
Wharton, NJ

3rd Place
Hi-Tech Express, Inc.
Roseville, MN

Division II Winners
(5-14.99 million miles)

1st Place
Convoy Systems, LLC
Kansas City, KS

2nd Place
M&W Transportation, Inc.
Nashville, TN

3rd Place
Bulldog Hiway Express
North Charleston, SC

Division III Winners
(15-24.99 million miles)

1st Place
Smokey Point Distributing, Inc.
Arlington, WA

2nd Place
High Country Transportation
Midlothian, TX

3rd Place
Big Freight Systems, Inc.
Steinbach, MB

Division IV Winners
(25-49.99 million miles)

1st Place
Big M Transportation, Inc.
Blue Mountain, MS

2nd Place
Trans-West Logistics
Lachine, QC

3rd Place
Halvor Lines, Inc.
Superior, WI

Division V Winners
(50-99.99 million miles)

1st Place
Groupe Robert, Inc.
Rougemont, QC

2nd Place
Wilson Logistics
Springfield, MO

3rd Place
J & R Schugel Trucking, Inc.
New Ulm, MN

Division VI Winners
(100 million or more miles)

1st Place
Bison Transport
Winnipeg, MB

2nd Place
May Trucking Co., Inc.
Salem, OR

3rd Place
Roehl Transport, Inc.
Marshfield, WI

Division I Winners
(less than 5 million miles)

1st Place
Specialty Transport, Inc.
Knoxville, TN

2nd Place
FTC Transportation, Inc.
Oklahoma City, OK

3rd Place
Rocha Transportation
Modesto, CA

Division II Winners
(5-14.99 million miles)

1st Place
MacKinnon Transport, Inc.
Guelph, ON

2nd Place
Hi-Tech Express, Inc.
Roseville, MN

3rd Place
Landstar Express America, Inc.
Jacksonville, FL

Division III Winners
(15-24.99 million miles)

1st Place
Smokey Point Distributing, Inc.
Arlington, WA

2nd Place
High Country Transportation
Midlothian, TX

Division IV Winners
(25-49.99 million miles)

1st Place
Halvor Lines, Inc.
Superior, WI

2nd Place
Trans-West Logistics
Lachine, QC

3rd Place
Erb International, Inc.
New Hamburg, ON

Division V Winners
(50-99.99 million miles)

1st Place
Groupe Robert, Inc.
Rougemont, QC

2nd Place
May Trucking Co.
Salem, OR

3rd Place
Cargo Transporters, Inc.
Claremont, NC

Division VI Winners
(100 million or more miles)

1st Place
Bison Transport
Winnipeg, MB

2nd Place
Interstate Distributor Co.
Tacoma, WA

3rd Place
Landstar Ranger, Inc.
Jacksonville, FL

Division I Winners
(less than 5 million miles)

1st Place
FTC Transportation, Inc.
Oklahoma City, OK

2nd Place
Specialty Transport, Inc.
Knoxville, TN

3rd Place
Art Pape Transfer, Inc.
Dubuque, IA

Division II Winners
(5-14.99 million miles)

1st Place
Brian Kurtz Trucking Ltd.
Breslau, ON

2nd Place
MacKinnon Transport, Inc.
Guelph, ON

3rd Place
Diamond Transportation System
Racine, WI

Division III Winners
(15-24.99 million miles)

1st Place
A&A Express, LLC
Brandon, SD

2nd Place
Convoy Systems, LLC
Kansas City, KS

3rd Place
Jet Express Inc.
Dayton, OH

Division IV Winners
(25-49.99 million miles)

1st Place
N. Yanke Transfer
Saskatoon, SK

2nd Place
Erb International, Inc.
New Hamburg, ON

3rd Place
Hill Brothers Transportation, Inc.
Omaha, NE

Division V Winners
(50-99.99 million miles)

1st Place
May Trucking Co.
Salem, OR

2nd Place
Groupe Robert, Inc.
Rougemont, QC

3rd Place
J & R Schugel Trucking, Inc.
New Ulm, MN

Division VI Winners
(100 million or more miles)

1st Place
Bison Transport
Winnipeg, MB

2nd Place
Gordon Trucking Inc.
Pacific, WA

3rd Place
Roehl Transport, Inc.
Marshfield, WI

Division I Winners
(less than 5 million miles)

1st Place
FTC Transportation, Inc.
Oklahoma City, OK

2nd Place
Weinrich Truck Line, Inc.
Hinton, IA

3rd Place
Art Pape Transfer, Inc.
Dubuque, IA

Division II Winners
(5-14.99 million miles)

1st Place
Fortune Transportation
Windom, MN

2nd Place
Southland Transportation Co.
Boonville, NC

3rd Place
Brian Kurtz Trucking Ltd.
Breslau, ON

Division III Winners
(15-24.99 million miles)

1st Place
A&A Express, LLC
Brandon, SD

2nd Place
Convoy Systems, LLC
Kansas City, KS

3rd Place
Fleetmaster Express, Inc.
Roanoke, VA

Division IV Winners
(25-49.99 million miles)

1st Place
Halvor Lines, Inc.
Superior, WI

2nd Place
N. Yanke Transfer
Saskatoon, SK

3rd Place
Fremont Contract Carriers, Inc.
Fremont, NE

Division V Winners
(50-99.99 million miles)

1st Place
Groupe Robert, Inc.
Rougemont, QC

2nd Place
Hirschbach Motor Lines, Inc.
East Dubuque, IL

3rd Place
Navajo Express, Inc.
Denver, CO

Division VI Winners
(100 million or more miles)

1st Place
Bison Transport
Winnipeg, MB

2nd Place
Gordon Trucking Inc.
Pacific, WA

3rd Place
FFE Transportation Services, Inc.
Lancaster, TX

Division I Winners
(less than 5 million miles)

1st Place
Rocha Transportation
Ceres, CA

2nd Place
Art Pape Transfer, Inc.
Dubuque, IA

3rd Place
Specialty Transport, Inc.
Knoxville, TN

Division II Winners
(5-14.99 million miles)

1st Place
Southland Transportation Co.
Boonville, NC

2nd Place
Houff Transfer, Inc.
Weyers Cave, VA

3rd Place
Skyline Transportation, Inc.
Knoxville, TN

Division III Winners
(15-24.99 million miles)

1st Place
Stagecoach Cartage & Dist.
El Paso, TX

2nd Place
Grand Island Express
Grand Island, NE

3rd Place
Fleetmaster Express, Inc.
Roanoke, VA

Division IV Winners
(25-49.99 million miles)

1st Place
Titan Transfer, Inc.
Shelbyville, TN

2nd Place
Erb International, Inc.
New Hamburg, ON

3rd Place
N. Yanke Transfer
Saskatoon, SK

Division V Winners
(50-99.99 million miles)

1st Place
Groupe Robert, Inc.
Rougemont, QC

2nd Place
Navajo Express, Inc.
Denver, CO

3rd Place
May Trucking Company
Salem, OR

Division VI Winners
(100 million or more miles)

1st Place
Bison Transport
Winnipeg, MB

2nd Place
Gordon Trucking Inc.
Pacific, WA

3rd Place
Roehl Transport, Inc.
Marshfield, WI

Division I Winners
(less than 5 million miles)

1st Place
Art Pape Transfer, Inc.
Dubuque, IA

2nd Place
Excargo Services, Inc.
Houston, OH

3rd Place
Five Star Trucking, Inc.
Willoughby, OH

Division II Winners
(5-14.99 million miles)

1st Place
Brian Kurtz Trucking, Ltd.
Breslau, ON

2nd Place
Stagecoach Cartage & Dist.
El Paso, TX

3rd Place
Diamond Transportation System
Racine, WI

Division III Winners
(15-24.99 million miles)

1st Place
MacKinnon Transport, Inc.
Guelph, ON

2nd Place
D&D Sexton, Inc.
Carthage, MO

3rd Place
Convoy Systems, LLC
Kansas City, KS

Division IV Winners
(25-49.99 million miles)

1st Place
Kennesaw Transportation
White, GA

2nd Place
Sunrise Express, Inc.
Grand Island, NE

3rd Place
Transport Designs, Inc.
Burnsville, MN

Division V Winners
(50-99.99 million miles)

1st Place
Carter Express, Inc.
Anderson, IN

2nd Place
Groupe Robert, Inc.
Rougemont, QC

3rd Place
Hogan Transports, Inc.
St. Louis, MO

Division VI Winners
(100 million or more miles)

1st Place
Bison Transport
Winnipeg, MB

2nd Place
Gordon Trucking Inc.
Pacific, WA

3rd Place
Roehl Transport, Inc.
Marshfield, WI

Division I Winners
(less than 5 million miles)

1st Place
Specialty Transport, Inc.
Knoxville, TN

2nd Place
PAF Transportation, Inc.
Scarborough, ME

3rd Place
Frerichs Freight Lines, Inc.
Belleville, IL

Division II Winners
(5-14.99 million miles)

1st Place
Davis Transport, Inc.
Missoula, MT

2nd Place
RFX Specialized Division
Avon, MA

3rd Place
AAT Carriers, Inc.
Chattanooga, TN

Division III Winners
(15-24.99 million miles)

1st Place
Erb International, Inc.
New Hamburg, ON

2nd Place
Nationwide Express, Inc.
Shelbyville, TN

3rd Place
Ace Doran Hauling & Rigging
Cincinnati, OH

Division IV Winners
(25-49.99 million miles)

1st Place
MacKinnon Transport, Inc.
Guelph, ON

2nd Place
Kennesaw Transportation
White, GA

3rd Place
Freymiller, Inc.
Oklahoma City, OK

Division V Winners
(50-99.99 million miles)

1st Place
Carter Express, Inc.
Anderson, IN

2nd Place
Earl L. Henderson Trucking Co.
Salem, IL

3rd Place
NFI
Cherry Hill, NJ

Division VI Winners
(100 million or more miles)

1st Place
Bison Transport
Winnipeg, MB

2nd Place
Gordon Trucking Inc.
Pacific, WA

3rd Place
Roehl Transport, Inc.
Marshfield, WI

Division I Winners
(less than 5 million miles)

1st Place
Rocha Transportation
Modesto, CA

2nd Place
Crown LSP Group, Inc.
Rocky Mount, NC

3rd Place
Frerichs Freight Lines, Inc.
Belleville, IL

Division II Winners
(5-14.99 million miles)

1st Place
Stone Belt Freight Lines, Inc.
Shoals, IN

2nd Place
Glass Operating Group, LLC
Newkirk, OK

3rd Place
Landstar Gemini, Inc.
Jacksonville, FL

Division III Winners
(15-24.99 million miles)

1st Place
Stagecoach Cartage & Dist.
El Paso, TX

2nd Place
Witte Brothers Exchange
Troy, MO

3rd Place
CRST Dedicated Services, Inc.
Birmingham, AL

Division IV Winners
(25-49.99 million miles)

1st Place
MacKinnon Transport, Inc.
Guelph, ON

2nd Place
Freymiller, Inc.
Oklahoma City, OK

3rd Place
Kennesaw Transportation
White, GA

Division V Winners
(50-99.99 million miles)

1st Place
Carter Express, Inc.
Anderson, IN

2nd Place
Landstar Inway, Inc.
Jacksonville, FL

3rd Place
Navajo Express, Inc.
Denver, CO

Division VI Winners
(100 million or more miles)

1st Place
Bison Transport
Winnipeg, MB

2nd Place
Roehl Transport, Inc.
Marshfield, WI

3rd Place
Hogan Transport, Inc.
Bridgeton, MO

Division I Winners
(less than 5 million miles)

1st Place
StageLine Express, Inc.
Coopersville, MI

2nd Place
Excargo Services, Inc.
Houston, TX

3rd Place
Rochester Cartage, Inc.
Rochester, MN

Division II Winners
(5-14.99 million miles)

1st Place
H.O. Bouchard, Inc.
Hampden, ME

2nd Place
Stallion Express, Inc.
Beebe, AK

3rd Place
Lydall Transport, Ltd.
Glen Allen, VA

Division III Winners
(15-24.99 million miles)

1st Place
D & D Sexton, Inc.
Carthage, MO

2nd Place
Usher Transport, Inc.
Louisville, KY

3rd Place
Stagecoach Cartage & Dist.
El Paso, TX

Division IV Winners
(25-49.99 million miles)

1st Place
MacKinnon Transport, Inc.
Guelph, ON

2nd Place
Erb International, Inc.
New Hamburg, ON

3rd Place
Metropolitan Trucking, Inc.
Maywood, NJ

Division V Winners
(50-99.99 million miles)

1st Place
Groupe Robert, Inc.
Rougemont, QC

2nd Place
Carter Express, Inc.
Anderson, IN

3rd Place
Koch Companies, Inc.
Minneapolis, MN

Division VI Winners
(100 million or more miles)

1st Place
Bison Transport
Winnipeg, MB

2nd Place
May Trucking Company
Salem, OR

3rd Place
Roehl Transport, Inc.
Marshfield, WI

Division I Winners
(less than 5 million miles)

1st Place
Specialty Transport, Inc.
Knoxville, TN

2nd Place
Rochester Cartage, Inc.
Rochester, MN

3rd Place
Art Pape Transfer, Inc.
Dubuque, IA

Division II Winners
(5-14.99 million miles)

1st Place
FTC Transportation, Inc.
Oklahoma City, OK

2nd Place
Regal Service Company
Ripley, NY

1st Place
H.O. Bouchard, Inc.
Hampden, ME

Division III Winners
(15-24.99 million miles)

1st Place
Cox Transportation Services, Inc.
Ashland, VA

2nd Place
Don Hummer Trucking
Oxford, IA

3rd Place
Convoy Systems, LLC
Kansas City, MO

Division IV Winners
(25-49.99 million miles)

1st Place
Landstar Express America, Inc.
Jacksonville, FL

2nd Place
MacKinnon Transport, Inc.
Guelph, ON

3rd Place
Interactive Logistics, Inc.
Cherry Hill, NJ

Division V Winners
(50-99.99 million miles)

1st Place
Groupe Robert, Inc.
Rougemont, QC

2nd Place
Koch Companies, Inc.
Minneapolis, MN

3rd Place
Ozark Motor Lines, Inc.
Memphis, TN

Division VI Winners
(100 million or more miles)

1st Place
Bison Transport
Winnipeg, MB

2nd Place
Mercer Transportation Co.
Louisville, KY

3rd Place
Roehl Transport, Inc.
Marshfield, WI

Division I Winners
(less than 5 million miles)

1st Place
Specialty Transport, Inc.
Knoxville, TN

2nd Place
Rocha Transportation
Modesta, CA

3rd Place
ICON Transportation Co., Inc.
Terre Haute, IN

Division II Winners
(5-14.99 million miles)

1st Place
Glass TI, LLC
Newkirk, OK

2nd Place
Davis Transport, Inc.
Missoula, MT

3rd Place
M & W Transportation Co., Inc.
Nashville, TN

Division III Winners
(15-24.99 million miles)

1st Place
Christenson Transportation, Inc.
Springfield, MI

2nd Place
Convoy Systems, LLC
Kansas City, MO

3rd Place
Dupre Transport, LLC
Lafayette, LA

Division IV Winners
(25-49.99 million miles)

1st Place
Western Distributing
Denver, CO

2nd Place
Halvor Lines, Inc.
Superior, WI

3rd Place
Sunrise Express, Inc.
Grand Island, NE

Division V Winners
(50-99.99 million miles)

1st Place
Groupe Robert, Inc.
Rougemont, QC

2nd Place
Koch Companies, Inc.
Minneapolis, MN

3rd Place
Bison Transport
Winnipeg, MB

Division VI Winners
(100 million or more miles)

1st Place
Celadon Trucking Services
Indianapolis, IN

2nd Place
May Trucking Company
Salem, OR

3rd Place
National Freight, Inc.
Vineland, NJ

Division I Winners
(less than 5 million miles)

1st Place
Rochester Cartage, Inc.
Rochester, MN

2nd Place
Gra-Bell Truck Line
Holland, MI

3rd Place
Haas Carriage
Sellersburg, IN

Division II Winners
(5-14.99 million miles)

1st Place
Glass TI, LLC
Newkirk, OK

2nd Place
Best Cartage, Inc.
Kernersville, NC

3rd Place
Dupre Transport, LLC
Lafayette, LA

Division III Winners
(15-24.99 million miles)

1st Place
Christenson Transportation, Inc.
Springfield, MI

2nd Place
Grand Island Express
Grand Island, NE

3rd Place
Pottle’s Transportation, Inc.
Bangor, ME

Division IV Winners
(25-49.99 million miles)

1st Place
Raven Transport
Jacksonville, FL

2nd Place
Erb International, Inc.
New Hamburg, ON

3rd Place
Kriska Transportation
Prescott, ON

Division V Winners
(50-99.99 million miles)

1st Place
John Christner Trucking, Inc.
Sapulpa, OK

2nd Place
Groupe Robert, Inc.
Rougemont, QC

3rd Place
Hogan Transport, Inc.
St. Louis, MO

Division VI Winners
(100 million or more miles)

1st Place
Celadon Trucking Services
Indianapolis, IN

2nd Place
Marten Transport, Ltd.
Mondovi, WI

3rd Place
Smithway Motor Xpress, Inc.
Fort Dodge, IA

Division I Winners
(less than 5 million miles)

1st Place
Specialty Transport, Inc.
Knoxville, TN

2nd Place
Frerichs Freight Lines, Inc.
Swansea, IL

3rd Place
Rochester Cartage, Inc.
Rochester, MN

Division II Winners
(5-14.99 million miles)

1st Place
Glass TI, LLC
Newkirk, OK

2nd Place
Lawrence Transportation Co.
Rochester, MN

3rd Place
Best Cartage, Inc.
Kernersville, NC

Division III Winners
(15-24.99 million miles)

1st Place
Grand Island Express
Grand Island, NE

2nd Place
Christenson Transportation, Inc.
Springfield, MI

3rd Place
Erb International, Inc.
New Hamburg, ON

Division IV Winners
(25-49.99 million miles)

1st Place
Kriska Transportation
Prescott, ON

2nd Place
MacKinnon Transport, Inc.
Guelph, ON

3rd Place
Cornhusker Motor Lines
Omaha, NE

Division V Winners
(50-99.99 million miles)

1st Place
John Christner Trucking, Inc.
Sapulpa, OK

2nd Place
Highland Transport
Markham, ON

3rd Place
G & P Trucking Company, Inc.
Gaston, SC

Division VI Winners
(100 million or more miles)

1st Place
National Freight, Inc.
Vineland, NJ

2nd Place
FFE Transportation Services, Inc.
Lancaster, TX

3rd Place
Smithway Motor Xpress, Inc.
Fort Dodge, IA