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Employees Say Family-Oriented Culture Makes Boyd Bros. Transportation One of the Best Companies to Work for in Alabama

Boyd Bros. Transportation, one of the flatbed trucking companies that make up the Daseke family of trucking companies, was recently named as one of the best companies to work for in Alabama in 2014 by Business Alabama Magazine. This is the second time the company has earned the award in the annual competition, which ranks companies […]

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Don Daseke Honored with 2014 Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year Southwest Region Award

Don Daseke has received the 2014 Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year Southwest Region Award. This prestigious business award honors entrepreneurs who inspire others with their vision, leadership and achievements. Don Daseke was among a variety of leaders in the southwest honored for their work in building and leading successful, growing and dynamic businesses, […]

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Daseke Inc. Named to Transport Topics Top 100 For-Hire Carriers

The July 14th issue of Transport Topics, the trucking industry’s leading weekly trade journal, listed the top for-hire carriers in 2014. Daseke Inc., ranked No. 59, made its first appearance on the list. Looking at revenue numbers and truck capacity, Daseke Inc. would rank No. 2 in North America when it comes to open deck carriers. The article said […]

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Daseke Inc.’s Merger with Boyd Bros. Transportation is D CEO Magazine’s Midsize ‘Deal of the Year’

On Tuesday May 6, 2014, D CEO Magazine hosted the 2014 Mergers & Acquisitions Awards, honoring a variety of Dallas-Fort Worth mergers and dealmakers in six different categories. In the category of “Midsize Deals”, Daseke Inc’s merger with Boyd Bros. Transportation in the fall of 2013 proved to be the winner. In a short speech […]

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Boyd’s Lori Rustin leads ELD discussion – CCJ

When Lori Rustin accepted the position as Safety Manager for Boyd Bros. Transportation, she knew she was stepping in the middle of a major process shift as Boyd was implementing ELDs. Drivers were accustomed to supplying their hours-of-service status through mobile communications, and throwing a new technology at them could cause apprehension and push-back. “I don’t […]

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