Front row left-right: Haidy Vazquez, Judy Romero, Amber Sykosky, Lacey Torres
Back row left-right: Tammy Sanders, Melissa Bruns, Carl Dolk, Karen Vellutini, Kathie Baker, Stephanie Gonsalves
Devine takes home the gold!
The California Trucking Association (CTA) held its annual Fleet Safety Award dinner last month. For the second year in a row, Devine takes home the top prize in the intermodal division. This award “exemplifies leadership in keeping California highways safe.”
As you can see from the photo above, safety runs deep in Devine’s culture. Multiple offices and multiple departments were on hand to accept the award.
Thank you to the entire Devine team for your focus on safety. Your efforts behind the scenes as well as the safe driving on the roadways are at the core of this win. Well done!
Our drivers are amazing. They traverse Donner Summit snow or shine. They navigate some of the nation’s busiest roadways. And, they deal with the marine terminals. As a thank you for all our drivers do to ensure the smooth and safe transit of your cargo, we honored them at our annual Reno Driver Safety Awards celebration last weekend.
Above are a few photos of our safe driving award winners. These men and women are the best of the best. Thank you all for leading the way every day.
At the California Trucking Association’s (CTA) Driver of the Year banquet, eight of Devine’s finest were recognized for their commitment to safety.
Back row l-r: Jonathan Young, Scott Echols, Robert St. John, Mack Stone, Carlos Salguero.
Center: Joe Farrow, California Highway Patrol Commissioner.
Front row l-r: John Jackson, David Morgan, Mike Wynne.
Thank you for everything you do to ensure the safety of our customers’ cargo, your fellow truck drivers and the motoring public at large. You exemplify the “Devine Difference.”
Six Devine drivers were honored at this year’s Fleet Safety Awards sponsored by the California Trucking Association (CTA). Pictured above left to right: Alfredo Alba, Mark Remizov, Mack Stone, Joe Farrow (Commissioner, California Highway Patrol), Keith Sears, Mike Wynne, and Junnyl Rasay.
Thank you gentlemen. We appreciate all you do to ensure the safety of yourselves, the motoring public and the cargo you move.
It is no easy feat hauling cargo on some of the nation’s busiest and most congested roadways as well as traversing mountain passes in the snow and Valley freeways in the fog.
Well done! You make us proud.