Pictured from left: Adam Gallagher, Safety Manager and Amandip Rana, Safe Driver

Congratulations Amandip Rana for 17 years of safe driving!!! That is truly an incredible feat. Amandip, and all Devine drivers, traverse heavily congested freeways, mountain passes, foggy roadways and crowded marine terminals…everyday.  To do so accident-free and citation-free for 17 years is an amazing accomplishment.
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We applaud Amandip for his safety, hard work and ever-present smile through the hurdles he faces each day.  Heck, we applaud our entire fleet for their commitment to safety.  Thank you!

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