For more than 30 years, Stan Koch & Son’s Trucking Inc. has worked to provide world-class service to its customers, and if you judge by the number of awards it has received, the company has succeeded. In just the past few years, Koch has been recognized with the Best Buy Carrier Partnership Award, the SmartWay Excellence Award and the Rheem Truckload Carrier Award. The company attributes this recognition to “the Koch difference,” which involves providing its clients with a comprehensive offering of transportation and distribution services, and a highly professional driver base.

Already one of the premier trucking companies in the Pacific Northwest, Interstate Distributor Co. sees great opportunities for growth in the Southeast. President and CEO Marc Rogers says the company has been expanding aggressively into new markets, and this will be the key to its continued success in the near future. By bringing its collective experience, brand recognition and dedication to service to new areas of the country, Rogers says Interstate Distributor will develop into a regional leader in multiple markets.

The tenure and experience of Han-over Logistics’ employees help the company meet its goal of providing the most efficient and cost-effective services possible. “The average tenure of our staff is roughly 13-and-a-half years,” says Kevin Davis, logistics manager of the Hanover, Penn., asset-based third-party logistics provider. “We’ve created a positive, family atmosphere where we’re able to develop experienced employees who show a great amount of commitment to the business and to our customers.”

Whatever happened to the open road, the outlaw trucker? Has he disappeared as surely as his predecessor, the Western cowboy? Is the modern trucker really just sitting behind a desk – albeit a desk that moves – as tethered to the office electronically as if he were in it?

Muskoka Transport Ltd. says its history dates back to the 1880s, when an orphan named Alfred Hammond emigrated from England to Bracebridge, Ontario. “From this central town of Muskoka District, located on the 45th parallel of latitude, the story of the Hammond family follows the spread of passenger and freight transportation throughout Ontario, across North America and around the world,” the company says.

The Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority (RTA) has come a long way since its inception in 1975, when Cuyahoga County residents voted to consolidate their 13 private municipal transit systems. In March 2007, the Federal Transit Administration recognized the RTA for its success in enhancing ridership, and in June, the RTA won the Lexus “World Class Customer Service Award.”

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