Seven Trucking Companies Make Forbes 500 Best Large Companies To Work For

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  1. Chinatown

    Chinatown Road Train Member

    Aug 28, 2011
    Henderson, NV & Orient
    Trucking companies appearing on the list include:

    No. 159: Estes Express Line (No. 12 on the CCJ Top 250)
    No. 202: FedEx (No. 2)
    No. 226: Penske Logistics (No. 29)
    No. 311: Averitt Express (No. 27)
    No. 349: Crete Carrier (No. 25)
    No. 372: United Parcel Service (No. 1)
    No. 481: Old Dominion Freight Line (No. 10)
  2. Ray Strack

    Ray Strack Medium Load Member

    Oct 13, 2017
    Hmmmmm... I'm a little shocked by the order of the companies but whatever.
  3. Grouch

    Grouch Road Train Member

    Feb 3, 2009
    Between here and eternity
    What basis determined the order, pay, benefits, working conditions or whatever? Not having the "pleasure" of working for any of the named companies, I stand on the outside and "judge'. Having worked for union and non-union companies, local and otr, solo and team in the last 57 years, I would like to know just how does a business magazine judge a trucking company???

    In my opinion, the best trucking companies are history. When trucking companies were owned by families and not by corporations. When making a small profit each year instead of a "windfall". When an employee was looked upon as a "shareholder" instead of being viewed as a "tool".

    When Johnson Motor Lines out of Charlotte closed the doors in 1980 or Overnite got bought by Union Pacific and then by UPS, the best union and non-union trucking companies became history.
    TokyoJoe Thanks this.
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