Hats OffHATS OFF TO OUR AWARD WINNING DRIVERS

Devine’s drivers are the best of the best. As proof of such, five of our drivers have recently been awarded “Driver of the Month” honors by the California Trucking Association.

A round of applause to our winners:

  • Sukhvinder Bains
  • Amandip Singh
  • Robert St. John
  • Daniel Vidal
  • Jesus Ymbol

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Congratulations gentlemen, and thank you for your tireless commitment to safety!!!

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