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Articles by Jeff Crissey

Jeff Crissey is the Editor of Commercial Carrier Journal. In his role, Crissey is responsible for maintaining the excellent print editorial product, improving online audience development and increasing CCJ readers' knowledge of business and safety-related industry issues. Crissey holds a Bachelor's Degree from Auburn University and has been a member of Randall-Reilly Publishing's editorial staff for 14 years, where his coverage of industry topics has earned numerous regional and national awards over the years.

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EVO CNG, Trillium CNG open fueling location in Wisconsin

Venture partners EVO CNG and Trillium CNG announced the opening of Wisconsin's largest compressed natural gas fueling station in Oak Creek, Wis. The station is the first ...

Clean Energy completes LNG corridor from L.A. to Houston

Clean Energy announced the opening of its liquefied natural gas fueling station in El Paso, Texas. The station's opening is significant for the company's America's ...
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A look back at fleets from last year’s CCJ Top 250

As we gear up for our 2014 CCJ Top 250 annual ranking of for-hire carriers, here's a look at some of the fleets that were ...

Riding the rail

Company: Schneider National Carriers, Inc., Green Bay, Wis. 2013 CCJ Top 250 rank: 6 Industry segment: General freight 2012 revenues: $3.5 billion Revenue change vs. 2011: 2.9 percent Power units: ...

A perfect union

Company: Cardinal Logistics Management Corp., Concord, N.C. 2013 CCJ Top 250 rank: 27 Industry segment: Dedicated contract carriage 2012 revenues: $850 million Power units: 4,451 Trailers: 8,949 Drivers: 4,700 It has been ...

New ownership, structure

Company: United Vision Logistics, Inc., Lafayette, La. 2013 CCJ Top 250 rank: 55 Industry segment: Heavy hauling 2012 revenues: $470 million Revenue change vs. 2011: -4.5 percent Power units: 2,213 Trailers: ...

Combining lanes

Company: Epes Carriers, Greensboro, N.C. 2013 CCJ Top 250 rank: 92 2012 revenues: $228.3 million Revenue change vs. 2011: 3.3 percent Power units: 1,148 Trailers: 4,422 Drivers: 1,285 Last month, Greensboro, N.C.-based ...

More than a new name

Company: RoadOne IntermodaLogistics, Randolph, Mass. 2013 CCJ Top 250 rank: 118 Power units: 992 Trailers: 60 Drivers: 990 Earlier this year, industry entrepreneurs at RTS Holdings acquired RoadLink Transportation Solutions ...

Back in business

Company: Hansen & Adkins Auto Transport, Los Alamitos, Calif. 2013 CCJ Top 250 rank: 144 2012 revenues: $186.2  million Revenue change vs. 2011: 39.3 percent Power units: 673 Trailers: 673 Drivers: ...

Reclaiming ownership

Company: Smith Transport, Inc., Roaring Spring, Penn. 2013 CCJ Top 250 rank: 151 Industry segment: General freight Power units: 702 Trailers: 2,550 Drivers: 734 In October 2008, Smith Transport sold a ...

Train and hire a vet

Company: E.L. Hollingsworth & Co., Flint, Mich. 2013 CCJ Top 250 rank: 183 Industry segment: General freight 2012 revenues: $96 million Revenue change vs. 2011: 27.3 percent Power units: 590 Trailers: ...

Leading the way in LNG

Company: Dillon Transport, Inc., Burr Ridge, Ill. 2013 CCJ Top 250 rank: 218 Industry segment: Tank 2012 revenues: $81 million Revenue change vs. 2011: 24.6 percent Power units: 425 Trailers: 600 Drivers: ...