The Trucker Chronicles

There are many reasons that a truck driver may consider switching companies. Some long-haul drivers look for a different company to work for because they are not home as much as they would like to be and they miss seeing their family. Others may be unhappy with the amount they are being paid. The drivers […]

Kulwant Singh Gill, 53, of Antelope has been sent to prison for more than ten years for a scheme to defraud trucking companies out of payment for interstate freight deliveries. U.S. District Judge Lawrence Karlton also ordered Mr. Gill to pay $443,388 in restitution to the victims. Mr. Gill pleaded guilty in September 2009 to […]

The Women In Trucking Association had the opportunity to help organize an inaugural roundtable for women working in skilled, blue-collar transportation careers at the U.S. Department of Transportation. During this roundtable, President/CEO Ellen Voie and Chairwoman Leigh Foxall joined approximately 25 other national organization representatives to identify unique challenges and opportunities for women working in […]

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Melton Truck Lines, Inc. Names Driver and Employee of the Year TULSA, Okla – July 7, 2011 – Melton Truck Lines, a premier air-ride flatbed carrier based in Tulsa, OK, recently named its Driver and Employee of the Year.  The awards are presented annually to a driver and office employee who demonstrate […]

Granger, IA Barr-Nunn Transportation, Inc, a transportation industry leader, is pleased to celebrate the one year anniversary of its highly successful Lease Purchase Program.  The program, a unique offering in the transportation industry, offers low weekly payments with minimal money down and no balloon payments at the end of the lease period.  To ensure that […]