Whether it is a last-minute load, a one-time or annual project, an end-of-the-quarter pop-up fleet, disaster relief, or a single shipment with special requirements, we’ll find solutions that meet your needs.
The drivers who haul our Time Sensitive freight have a proven track record of success and understand the mission-critical nature of safely hauling highly-sensitive expedited freight.
Our Safety Standards
All employees maintain a high level of safety as reflected in our CSA 2010 Scores and a satisfactory rating with the U.S. Department of Transportation. WTC is also the recipient of the Silver National Safety Award, awarded by Great West Casualty Company. Great West is the premier provider of insurance products and services for truckers and they specialize in insurance products exclusively for the trucking industry. The award recognizes WTC’s outstanding achievement in highway traffic safety for the years 2009 and 2010.
The Safety Department in Milton, PA continually monitors and enforces our policies and procedures, ensuring a high level of quality, service, and dependability.
Our Innovative Technologies
Anyone with a fleet of trucks knows that there is a science and art to fuel efficiency. WTC has an entire staff dedicated to increasing the fuel efficiency of the fleet – from adding and adjusting wind deflectors on the trucks, to monitoring tire pressure, the team is constantly measuring changes to fuel economy.
Each truck is equipped with satellite tracking and Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) interfacing technologies.
Satellite based systems allow us to fully monitor, track, and improve the performance of our fleet and efficiency of our client’s shipments.
These innovative technologies also allow the home office to communicate with the fleet, in case issues may arise. This gives our drivers and customers peace of mind.
- Assesses freight operations
- Calculates fuel consumption and carbon footprint
- Tracks fuel-efficiency and emission reductions annually
Watsontown Trucking Company has received the Program’s highest rating