Werner Enterprises honored military veterans Friday, Nov. 11, at locations throughout the country and hosted Veterans Day ceremonies at its global headquarters in Omaha, Nebraska, and at its Phoenix and Fontana terminals.
On behalf of everyone at Werner Enterprises, we want to say thank you to all of our military associates who have served or are currently serving. Any professional drivers near our Fontana, Phoenix or Omaha terminals are invited to attend our Veterans Day ceremonies on Friday, Nov. 11. Veterans can enjoy free lunch. Select dedicated sites will be participating as well.
The American Transportation Research Institute (ATRI) released a survey for professional drivers that will identify and analyze truck parking issues in North Carolina. The brief online survey requests important information from professional drivers on where, why and when they park at locations throughout North Carolina and how truck parking can be improved at both private truck stops and public rest areas.
The survey effort is sponsored by the North Carolina Department of Transportation, and the information will provide important input on freight planning throughout the state. Commercial drivers who operate in the southeastern U.S. are encouraged to provide their insights and information through ATRI’s survey by Friday, Nov. 18. The survey is available at www.atri-online.org.
All survey responses are confidential, and the results will be available later this year.
As a WestRock supplier, Werner received the award for implementing innovative, long-term collaborative solutions that provide competitive advantage through market competitive pricing, service improvement and continuity of supply.
Pictured l-r: Vice President of Logistics Sourcing John Purcell; Craig Callahan, senior vice president-Sales; Nick Kanngieser, corporate account executive-Sales; Senior Vice President of Logistics-WestRock Bill Merrigan; Mike Quick, vice president-Dedicated Operations and Director of Logistics Sourcing Bill Newcomb.