Daily Archives: January 10, 2017

Logistics Planning Services Awards AAA Cooper Transportation® LTL Carrier of the Year

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David Tierney and Bob Mazzeffi, AAA Cooper Transportation® employees, accepted on behalf of the company, Logistics Planning Services (LPS) Carrier of the Year, LTL award on Friday, 12/2/16, in St. Paul, Minnesota. The award was presented to AAA Cooper Transportation® at the Lowertown Event Center and was based on survey results of LPS employees.

Raymond Meredeth, General Office Senior Pricing Analyst, was instrumental with the support he provided to this account.

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AAA Cooper Transportation® Ranked in Commercial Carrier Journal Top 250

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Commercial Carrier Journal (CCJ) has ranked the top for-hire trucking companies since the late 1960s. The CCJ Top 250 is the most comprehensive ranking of active carriers, taking into account not only the revenues posted by a trucking company but also its fleet size and employment base.

The number of power units in the CCJ Top 250 grew year-over-year, with fleets totaling 679,267 trucks and tractors in this year’s ranking compared to 650,568 last year, a 4.4 percent increase. All segments added power units except General freight and Household goods, which dropped 1 percent and 2.1 percent, respectively.

This year’s CCJ Top 250 companies have a total of 751,548 drivers (both company drivers and independent contractor drivers) compared to 723,933 last year, good for a 3.8 percent increase year-over-year.

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Holland Privileged to Receive 2016 New Partner Award from Goodwill Industries

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Holland received the 2016 New Partner Award from Goodwill Industries of Greater Grand Rapids, Michigan for our partnership with Goodwill’s veterans program.

Holland hosted a Veteran Networking Event that created an accommodating environment for both veterans and employers. Employers were better able to understand the military culture veterans come from, and veterans were better able to understand employers’ needs and how their skills can translate to meet those needs.

The recognition was given at the fifth annual Goodwill Awards recognizing “best in class” partners for their hiring and training of Goodwill program participants and commitment to the Goodwill mission.

The awards took place October 10, 2016 at Frederik Meijer Gardens with special guest speaker, Jim Gibbons, President and CEO of Goodwill Industries International.

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