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FTCT named as 1st Place Winner in TCA's 2012 National Fleet Safety Awards, Division I

02/19/2013
The Truckload Carriers Association (TCA) has selected 18 companies as division winners in its 37th annual National Fleet Safety Awards. Sponsored by Great West Casualty Company, the awards recognize trucking companies that demonstrate a superior commitment to safety and accident reduction.

FTC Transportation named as one of the Best Fleets to Drive For

02/08/2013
In Fifth Annual Survey and Contest, 20 Fleets Are Named Best Fleets to Drive For® by TCA and CarriersEdge

FTCT Driver Byron Tracy Wins Grand Prize Drawing

12/14/2012
Even before CSA, FTCT put a lot of emphasis on getting clean DOT/roadside inspections, with no violations found. That is why we put incentives for clean inspections in place early-on in our safety program.

Feed The Children Earns Top Rating

12/06/2012
Feed The Children has been honored with a 2012 Top-Rated Award by Great Nonprofits, which rates nonprofits based on user reviews.

Oklahoma Safety Management Council Board Election

11/01/2012
Emory Mills, FTCT's Driver & Safety Manager, elected to the Oklahoma Safety Management Council's board.

Best Fleets to Drive For Nomination

09/04/2012
FTCT was nominated for the TCA's (Truckload Carriers Association) Best Fleets to Drive For award

2012 Oklahoma Truck Driving Championships

06/01/2012
As a result of the two day competition Jon Atzenhofer, placed 1st in the 5 Axle Sleeper Berth Division.

Press Release from Commercial Carrier Journal

03/20/2012
The Truckload Carriers Association’s latest Highway Angel is Jonathan “AZ” Atzenhofer.

FTCT Receives Oklahoma Highway Safety Award

02/22/2012
FTCT receives award for outstanding achievement in highway safety.

FTCT Driver Named as a 2012 Oklahoma Professional Driver

02/22/2012
The Oklahoma Trucking Association...named Kevin Black...as one of twelve professional drivers for the state.