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Monday Jan 27, 2014
If there was ever a name synonymous with professionalism, it would be Bison Transport’s Jack Fielding. Jack has been named as one of the top three finalists in the Truckload Carriers Association’s (TCA) 2014 Company Driver of the Year contest. The annual Driver of the Year contest identifies and honors the best men and women traveling the roads today. They drive safely, give to their communities, protect the environment, and enhance the image of trucking. The TCA will announce the winner amongst the top three contenders during its Annual Convention held in March, 2014.
“It is Drivers like Jack that are the main component in Bison Transport having the reputation as being the ‘Safest Fleet in North America’ as named by the Truckload Carriers Association for the eighth time,” says Garth Pitzel, Director of Safety and Driver Development. “Jack has logged more than 1.6 million consecutive accident free miles with Bison as a long haul and turnpike Driver. Jack is also an in-cab instructor, a member of Bison’s Driver Advisory Board and recently completed a 2 year term as an Ontario Road Knight. He is an overwhelming supporter of the industry and we are proud to have Jack on our team.”
About Bison Transport
Bison Transport is one of the largest transportation companies in Canada today, offering award winning transportation & logistics solutions to the industry for 44 years. Recognized by the TCA (Truckload Carrier’s Association) as North America’s Safest Fleet, Bison is a high-service, dependable and value creating supply chain partner. Bison offers Truckload Service, Asset Based Logistics, Intermodal, Dedicated Fleet Operations, Yard Management and Warehousing & Distribution. Bison is an active member of Natural Resources Canada's FleetSmart Program as well as a SmartWay Transport Partner, a national and voluntary partnership of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.
For more information, please contact:
Director of Safety and Driver Development