TCA Top 20 Best Fleets To Drive For 2023

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  1. Eddiec

    Eddiec Road Train Member

    Feb 2, 2015
    See below for the list of companies that made the Top 20 Best Fleets To Drive For List for 2023 announced in January:

    • American Central Transport – Kansas City, MO
    • C.A.T. Inc. – Coteau-du-Lac, QC
    • Challenger Motor Freight Inc. – Cambridge, ON
    • Chief Carriers, Inc. – Grand Island, NE
    • Continental Express, Inc. – Sidney, OH
    • Decker Truck Line, Inc. – Fort Dodge, IA
    • Erb Transport – New Hamburg, ON
    • Fortigo Freight Services Inc. – Etobicoke, ON
    • Fremont Contract Carriers, Inc. – Fremont, NE
    • Jetco Delivery a GTI Company – Houston, TX
    • K & J Trucking, Inc. – Sioux Falls, SD
    • Kriska Holdings Limited – Prescott, ON
    • Leonard’s Express – Farmington, NY
    • Nick Strimbu, Inc. – Brookfield, OH
    • PGT Trucking, Inc. – Aliquippa, PA
    • Thomas E. Keller Trucking Inc. – Defiance, OH
    • TLD Logistics Services, Inc. – Knoxville, TN
    • Transland – Strafford, MO
    • Veriha Trucking, Inc. – Marinette, WI
    • Wellington Group of Companies – Aberfoyle, ON
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  3. Lonesome

    Lonesome Mr. Sarcasm

    Dec 15, 2007
    Northern Indiana
    I wonder how they make up that list. I know no one asked me.....
  4. Space Truckin

    Space Truckin Light Load Member

    Mar 8, 2023
    Venus, Mars, and Tampa, FL
    Decker was a very decent starter company for me, hired me right out of CDL school. I did 2 flatbed tours there, 2 years total over a period of 3 years (took some time off for COVID home schooling and winters, etc.). I just posted a review, maybe one day I get around to making a thread about my experience there, as the only couple I see here are quite old and I am not sure how accurate either (well, one of them, anyway).
  5. JohnBoy

    JohnBoy Road Train Member

    Apr 24, 2009
    Lake Worth, FL.
    Depends on who spends the most advertising $$$’s.
  6. like clay… +++

    like clay… +++ Light Load Member

    Sep 24, 2019
    Northwest Oklahoma
    Yeah really, TCA’s list…
  7. kemosabi49

    kemosabi49 Trucker Forum STAFF Staff Member

    Jan 13, 2013
    SW Arkansas
    Take it with a grain of salt. No non TCA companies will ever make that list.
  8. like clay… +++

    like clay… +++ Light Load Member

    Sep 24, 2019
    Northwest Oklahoma
    Yep, they’re all about the carrier and not the driver…
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  9. kylefitzy

    kylefitzy Road Train Member

    Aug 12, 2007
    Kansas city,Mo
    The contest is based on driver nominations and driver surveys.
  10. dogtrucker

    dogtrucker Road Train Member

    Sep 10, 2012
    my truck
    I do not believe such lists are very useful. I think they represent the above average, large fleet, carriers who pay to be on the list. I know of better companies not on the list, so ...
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  11. Brandt

    Brandt Road Train Member

    Sep 17, 2012
    The company I work for is on that list and don’t see how they make the list every year.

    They asked me if I wanted Memorial Day off. I said yes, Monday would be a normal work day for me usually. They dispatch me Saturday morning on a trip 450 miles from home to deliver Saturday evening with no return trip and no loads after I unload. I called dispatch they now tell me Monday off would be on the road because it was a normal work day for me. I tell them why would did you ask if I wanted the day off if I was going to sit at truck stop. They said that’s your normal work day and we did not mean day off at the house. I’m a regional drive only work 5 days a week. So it’s not like I’m 1500 miles from house. In the end they had no loads and said I could go back home empty Sunday to have Memorial Day off.

    It’s just the way the treat drivers and change their stories. Did they really think me or any driver wants sit at truck stop 200-300 miles from house on Memorial Day. Crazy dispatchers in my opinion, I don’t see how they make this list every year. They had to deadhead me 450 miles back to the house. They probably didn’t make much money on that trip if any. They got paid for 450 miles and had to pay me, plus the truck expenses to run 900 miles.
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