WINNIPEG, Man. — Bison Transport, a three-time award winner of the Truckload Carriers Association (TCA) National Fleet Safety Award, has placed first in the over 100 million miles category with the lowest DOT-reportable accident rate for the third consecutive year, the company announced.
Bison Transport is now eligible to compete for its fourth consecutive National Fleet Safety Award grand prize in the above 25 million miles division, reports the company.
As previously reported on Trucknews.com, a long-time driver with Bison has also been named as a finalist in the TCA’s annual Company Equipment Driver of the Year competition. John (Ralph) Boles has been a professional driver and in-cab instructor with Bison Transport for 35 years, and has been named one of three finalists for the award, including being eligible for a grand prize of a Dodge Ram pick-up truck.
“The image of this industry is something I am proud of. I am able to offer my opinions and make a difference” says Boles, who will attend the TCA annual convention in Orlando, Florida March 10, where both the Company Equipment Driver of the Year and the National Fleet Safety Award will be announced.
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