Ohio Trucking Association Names Fleet Safety Award Winners
Columbus, OH: On Monday, September 19 the Ohio Trucking Association named its 2021 Fleet Safety Award Winners.
The small fleet award winner was Garner Trucking, Inc. based in Findlay, Ohio. Garner Trucking, Inc. is a family-owned and operated business that was started in 1960 by Vernon E. Garner and Regina R. Garner. Today Garner focuses on transportation, warehousing, logistics management third-party services and equipment repair all operating under the umbrella of Garner Trucking, Inc. The large fleet award winner is FedEx Freight. They are the largest less-than-truckload freight carrier in the US, and operated LTL and other freight services in the US and Canada.
The following are class winners for the Fleet Safety Awards:
– Less than 1 Million Miles Class: Clopay Transportation Company
– 1-3 Million Miles Class: J.W. Didado Electric LLC
– 3-5 Million Miles Class: Garner Trucking, Inc.
– 5-10 Million Miles Class: Thomas E. Keller Trucking
– 10-20 Million Miles Class: ABF Freight
– Over 20 Million Miles Class: FedEx Freight
The Ohio Trucking Association would like to congratulate all companies on this milestone achievement and thank them for their dedication to safety in the transportation and logistics industry. The Ohio Trucking Association is a trade association with over 800 members founded in 1918 around a kitchen table in Toledo. The organization is headquarted in Columbus and has members throughout the state and promotes safety, innovation, and professionalism in the trucking industry
Thomas E. Keller Trucking is a family owned and operated, asset-based carrier established in 1978 with a growing fleet of 275 tractors and 800 trailers with spotting and shuttle services also available. We invest in the latest technology to manage staff and equipment to provide top of the line customer service. We are compliant to all state and federal regulations.