We currently have an opening for a full time company driver. Please see the employment section to fill out an application.
As everybody is well aware, the economy is not in the greatest shape right now. I have been learning that many individuals and companies alike use this as a built in excuse to just let things be, and not work even harder to achieve goals that are set. "Who Moved My Cheese" is a book my wife and I read a couple years ago, it is a very quick read that deals with change. In it, there are 4 mice who are in a maze who get cheese from a certain location everyday. Then one day the cheese is not there, it was moved. 2 mice after time decide to look elsewhere for the cheese, while the other 2 keep going back to the same spot. Eventually, the 2 mice who left find the cheese in a new location. This is a story all people can learn from. Change is inevitable, so how are we going to deal with that change. In the trucking industry, there is so much change set for the coming years. It is our responsibility to take on this change and learn how to thrive in the midst of all that surrounds us. Our company has a fresh vision, with an exciting future ahead. I encourage you to take some time and get fresh vision for your work, company, and life.
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At Lori's Trucking, we take safety very seriously. One of our customers, the BNSF Railway, released a monthly safety newsletter. In it there is some good reminders for all trucking companies and drivers alike. The message is to stay focused on the task at hand. There are many things that can take away attentiveness, and it is imperative that all in a position where safety is important to prohibit those things from distracting us from the task at hand. As well as staying focused, it is important for drivers to stay away from using cell phones while driving. The BNSF reiterated this in its newsletter, and we have adopted a very strict cell phone use policy. We take matters of safety and respecting others on the road as utmost importance, keeping focused and not allowing things such as cell phone use adds merit to that. Keep safe out there!
Thank you to Patrick Hurlburt for designing the company website. This has been a long time coming. Since the inception of Lori's Trucking, there has been two website designs that have not made the cut. We are thankful and appreciative to be brought into the 21st century business world with a business website. Feel free to browse around and let us know what you think. Thank you for looking.