Meet the 2015 CCJ Innovators

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Updated Dec 9, 2015

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Commercial Carrier Journal is proud to recognize the following companies as part of its 2015 CCJ Innovators program that highlights the best and forward-thinking carriers in the trucking industry. Click the links below to read about the CCJ Innovators in 2015. If you would like to nominate your fleet or another fleet for consideration in the program, click here.

January 2015: Door 2 Door Organics â€“ Changed the process it was using to route its deliveries to increase efficiency and set the stage for continued growth.

February 2015: Walmart Transportation: Implemented a global responsibility initiative that includes a lofty goal for its private fleet to double its efficiency in 10 years from a baseline in 2005 to 2015.

March 2015: A&R Logistics – Developed an extensive driver training and onboarding program

May 2015: A. Duie Pyle â€“ Formed a new Custom Solutions Group to consolidate its custom dedicated, truckload, brokerage and warehouse and distribution services into one business unit.

June 2015: Andrews Logistics – Started a â€śTarget Zero” campaign to completely eliminate the factors that contribute to accidents, spills and contaminations.

July 2015: Transport America – Created a truck-specific weather alerting system.

August 2015: Schneider – Deployed a multi-layered solution to tighten security within its clients’ supply chains.

September 2015: Freymiller Inc. – Created Freymiller Radio to stay in touch with its company drivers and to create two-way communication to encourage trucking professionals to stay in touch and be heard.

October 2015: Haney Truck Line – Created an All-STAR performance plan that enables its top drivers to earn top-of-industry pay regardless of seniority.

November 2015: Saddle Creek Logistics – Several projects help the company raise driver pay without raising customer rates.

December 2015: Mesilla Valley Transport — Leaving no stone unturned when it comes to fuel economy.