Be aware that SLT/Roadmaster was the one that absorbed TSMT, presumably choosing the TSMT monkier going forward to cover SLT/Roadmaster rate cutting reputation & DOT violations that could jeopardize their DoD contracts &/or explosives permits.
The aquisition was not one of benefit to the driver at all, more about leverging the resources of a large parent into a cost & rate cutting frenzy; much like we saw recently from the "axeman" doing the magic at Wal-Mart transportation.
TSMT used to have a good reputation, so that is what they parade around with the fancy green square logo....which is the same old SLT logo but now green, not blue/purple...which is also on specialized (oversize) Roadmaster trucks.
The same company that plasters "leaders in high security shipping" on the sides of some newer van traillers I have seen;
almost choked on my drink thinking it was a joke.
Sadly it wasn't.
Seen a lot of unhappy TSMT teams jump ship for pastures actually greener then their logo shortly after the assimilation; was thing is that even currently, people still work for this group thinking they are making good money with the risks they are putting themselves at.
Also be aware R&R & AATCO out of Duenweg/Joplin,MO (same company) is/are also now in bed with the SLT/TSMT/Roadmaster unholy trinity.
Only a matter of time I suppose until AAT Carriers, (Chattanooga,TN) Boyle Transportation, (Billerica,MA) Green Valley Transportation, (Tracy,CA/Knoxville,TN) or Prestera (South Point,OH) also get absorbed into the Roadmaster blender...
SLT - Secured Land Transport
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