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Midwest carrier makes ‘Best Fleets to Drive For’ list for fourth year in a row


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A family-run trucking company racked up yet another showing on a list honoring trucking companies that go above and beyond to support their drivers.

On January 6th, Kansas City, Missouri-based American Central Transport (ACT) was named a Top 20 “Best Fleets to Drive For” award recipient for 2021 by CarriersEdge in partnership with Truckload Carriers Association.

The award recognizes trucking companies that provide best-in-the-industry work environments for their drivers. To be considered for the award, a carrier must operate 10 or more trucks and be nominated by one of their own drivers. From there, factors like driver feedback, compensation, benefits, advancement opportunities, and interviews with company leadership are taken into consideration to help select the top companies.

ACT has appeared on the “Best Fleets to Drive For” list every year since 2018 — making this the fourth consecutive year that ACT has appeared on the list.

“We are proud to recognize the winners of the 2021 Best Fleets to Drive For contest,” said TCA President John Lyboldt. “In a year where the essential services provided by our industry have come into public focus, it is especially important to acknowledge those carriers who are going above and beyond in setting the standards for workplace satisfaction. Each of the Top 20 winners should take pride in the dedication they have shown to our essential workforce.”

ACT was also recently named as a Top Company for Women in Transportation for the third year in a row for their dedication to promoting work/life balance and for the fact that 10% of their truck drivers are women.

ACT is an award-winning trucking company founded in 1926 that provides dry van logistics services throughout the midwest and the south/southeast. If you’re ready to join ACT’s elite fleet of drivers, please click here or call 888-983-6268 to get started!

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