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FTCT Named a Top Workplace for the 6th Consecutive Year

12/08/2019
The Oklahoman has included FTC Transportation on their Top Workplaces list again for 2019, making this the sixth consecutive year we have received this tremendous honor. Top Workplaces are determined following employee nominations and surveys, based on their success in creating an employee-centric environment.

FTCT on SmartWay's 2019 List of High Performers

07/31/2019
EPA is committed to recognizing those SmartWay Transport Partners that lead the freight industry in producing more efficient and sustainable supply chain transportation solutions. FTC Transportation has been working to reduce our footprint and be environmentally conscious in our day to day operations.

OTA Recognizes Greg Gilyard & FTCT for Safety Achievements

03/06/2019
The Oklahoma Grand Trophy for Safety was presented to FTC Transportation by the Oklahoma Trucking Association, in conjunction with Great West Casualty, on March 6th, 2019. With this most recent honor, FTCT has received the Grand Trophy three out of the past five years. This amazing accomplishment would not be possible without every member of our incredible team. Congratulations FTCT family!

FTCT Named to 2019 Best Fleets to Drive For List

01/29/2019
On January 29th, the Truckload Carriers Association (TCA) and CarriersEdge announced the 2019 Best Fleets to Drive For. FTC Transportation made this prestigious list for the 7th consecutive year! "We are so grateful to have a team who treats each other with respect and desires to support Feed the Children's mission. I am thankful to have such a well-focused team that works diligently to provide a Best Fleet To Drive For every day!" -Greg Garen, President, FTC Transportation

FTCT Named to The Oklahoman's Top Workplaces

12/10/2018
On December 9th, The Oklahoman published their list of Top Workplaces, and for the fifth consecutive year FTCT made the list! In addition, we moved up from number 40 last year to number 11 this year in our division. The hard work and dedication of our entire team helps us to achieve such amazing honors. Great job, team!

FTCT Named Flashiest Fleet

11/25/2018
The Commercial Carrier Journal (CCJ) named the five flashiest fleets of 2018, and we were both surprised and truly honored to learn FTCT not only made the list, but took first place. Feed the Children had this to say, "Innovative fleet graphics can say a lot about who you are as a company. We wanted ours to stay true to the mission and values we work towards every day. When it was finished, we believed the design was special!"

Named One of HDT's Top Green Fleets of 2018

11/15/2018
For several years, FTC Transportation has put a lot of focus on working to reduce our footprint. Our initiatives have included purchasing more efficient and aerodynamic tractors, installing side skirts and under trailer air deflectors, aerodynamic mud flaps, lower viscosity oil, low rolling resistance tires, tire inflation systems, energy efficient lights in office and shop, auxiliary power units, and recycling programs - just to name a few.

FTCT Represented at CCJ Solutions Summit

11/13/2018
Our friends at CarriersEdge asked FTC Transportation to participate in a panel at the Commercial Carriers Journal's Solutions Summit in Phoenix to share ideas for a winning driver culture alongside two other Best Fleets to Drive For companies. Emory Mills, our Director of Safety & Driver Administration, took part in the panel to share strategies and programs utilized by FTCT.

Touch-A-Truck

10/22/2018
FTC Transportation once again participated in one of our favorite annual events, the Pioneer Library's Touch-A-Truck event held in Norman, Oklahoma. The Cleveland County Fairgrounds was flooded with hundreds of children and their families this past Saturday, as they raced to explore all types of large vehicles.

Lose to Win 2018

09/20/2018
As we wrap up our Lose to Win Weight Loss Challenge for 2018, we are excited to announce OTR Safety Professional Robert Rossi as our Biggest Loser. Robert won both halves of the jackpot, as he lost the largest percentage of weight and the most pounds of the 11 competitors. Way to go, Robert!