We never get tired of talking about our drivers and their commitment to safety.  These drivers flawlessly traverse congested roadways, snowy mountain passes and foggy Central Valley by-ways.  They safely and smoothly deliver your cargo everyday and have our gratitude.

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For the first half of 2016, Hari Nalwa, Amandip Rana, Inderjit Saini and Robert St. John were recognized as drivers of the month by the California Trucking Association (CTA). 

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