At FTC Transportation, we are helping to meet today’s challenges across America. As the core carrier for Feed the Children, our drivers assist with hunger and disaster relief efforts throughout the United States. They work with those in need, personally putting boxes of food and personal care items into the hands of those who need it most.
In addition to the work done for Feed the Children, FTCT works with third party customers and brokers to haul general commodities nationwide. Third party freight is used for backhauls and in between Feed the Children loads. This freight helps to cover costs associated with doing business.
- Competitive truckload hauling throughout the United States as a full-contract carrier,
- Tractor and trailer maintenance services, and
- A trailer drop yard
Safety is at the fore-front of every decision made at FTCT. Hiring only the safest, most professional drivers has allowed FTCT to maintain the highest of safety standards.
Our dedication to safety is demonstrated through our CSA (Compliance, Safety, Accountability) rating issued by DOT, involvement with both state and national safety associations, ongoing safety training and continuing education.
- 2014 Grand Trophy for Safety among Small Carriers in North America, presented by the TCA & Great West
- 2nd Place in Division I of the TCA's 2014 National Fleet Safety Awards and 1st Place for 2006, 2012, & 2013
- Grand Trophy for Safety in 2014, presented by the OTA & OSMC, in conjunction with Great West Casualty
- Outstanding Achievement in Highway Safety for years 2011, 2012, 2013 & 2014, presented by the OTA & OSMC
- Platinum Safety Awards for Outstanding Achievement in Workplace Safety for Years 2013, 2011, 2010, & 2009, Presented by Great West & Gold Award for 2012
- Platinum Safety Awards for Outstanding Achievement in Highway Traffic Safety for Years 2014, 2013, 2012, 2011, 2010, & 2009, Presented by Great West
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While illegal, human trafficking is a booming business. Traffickers recruit out of our schools, online, in shopping malls, as we