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Crete named most valuable military employer

| May 08, 2013

CivilianJobs.com recently named Crete Carrier Corporation its 2013 Most Valuable Employers (MVE) for Military winner. According to Tonn Ostergard, president and CEO of the company, 30 percent of Crete Carrier employees have prior military experience. ...

CRST acquires division of Allied Van Lines

| May 06, 2013

CRST International, Inc., recently acquired the Allied Special Products division of Allied Van Lines, based in Fort Wayne, Ind. The company specializes in moving high-value products including motorcycles, medical products and office equipment. The acquisition ...

Ace Doran Hauling & Rigging at 100 years

| May 03, 2013

CRST recognizes safe drivers

| April 08, 2013

CRST Expedited, Inc., recently recognized 17 drivers for topping 1 million accident-free miles. The drivers were presented awards at a March 15 banquet in Cedar Rapids, Iowa — the company’s headquarters. The drivers recognized were: Don Webber, ...

Schneider offering sign-on incentives

| March 28, 2013

Schneider National is now offering sign-on incentives to company driver and owner-operator teams who are hired or leased on before June 30, 2013. Experienced company team drivers will earn an $8,000 ($4,000 per driver) sign-on ...

Crete named top military employer

| March 16, 2013

CivilianJobs.com recently recognized Crete Carrier Corporation as a 2013 Most Valuable Employee (MVE) for Military finalist. Marking the fifth year of publication, the MVE recognition serves to help military-experienced job seekers and veterans identify the ...

Old Dominion moves Ohio center

| March 11, 2013

Old Dominion Freight Line Inc. relocated its Cincinnati Service Center to a larger facility that will serve customers in Ohio, Indiana and Kentucky.

Melton breaks ground for new HQ

| March 11, 2013

Melton Truck Lines joined the city of Catoosa, Okla., Monday to break ground on new corporate offices.

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