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C.R. England, Celadon Offer New Driver Pay Packages
C.R. England has about 3,400 company-owned tractors plus 1,000 lease-to-own and owner-operator trucks.
C.R. England, a refrigerated carrier based in Salt Lake City, is honoring veterans with five new military-themed trucks and trailers to be driven exclusively by former members of the military. C.R. England is offering new incentives to attract veterans to its driver force, including access to Veterans' Career counselors to assist veterans in finding the driving job within C.R. England that provides the best career fit. The company also provides tuition incentives for veterans and monthly "Veteran of the Month" recognition in its publications. RELATED:American Pride photo gallery New veteran hires also receive a hat and a special decal for their truck that recognizes them as an "Honored Veteran," and each year, C.R. England will select veterans to drive the unique military-branded trucks and trailers. The company plans to make at least five additions to the military-branded fleet annually. C.R. England ranks No. 19 on the Transport Topics Top 100 list of the largest for-hire carriers in the United States and Canada. #MilitaryRally commemorating and honoring the many #Veterans that C.R. England employ pic.twitter.com/0MCMQsmuLl - CREngland (@CREngland) June 20, 2014 Twitter photo: C. R. England has selected six military veteran drivers to drive its military branded trucks.
C.R. England's intermodal unit bought StarTrak reefer monitoring units, which are manufactured by Alanco Technologies Inc.
The carrier's over-the-road truckload division uses competing technology from Par Technology Corp. There are "more data integration opportunities with StarTrak," England said. "It's a more robust product and you need that for intermodal. We try to be uniform when it makes sense, but there are times when it's appropriate to go in a different direction." C.R. England has been building out its intermodal fleet with the expectation that this mode of transport "is going to grow even more," England said. He added that the company will continue to grow its intermodal business aggressively, "as the market dictates." Click Here! C.R. England almost doubled the size of its intermodal fleet in 2010 when it added 300 refrigerated containers to its stock of 320 intermodal trailers. "We think that the future lies, to a certain degree, with intermodal," England said. According to the Intermodal Association of North America, intermodal volumes in 2010 returned to pre-recession levels after crashing in 2009. There were about 12.3 million intermodal shipments last year, more than 15% above 2009 levels, but still about 5% below 2008 levels, according to IANA. C.R. England, Salt Lake City, ranks No. 22 on the Transport Topics 100 list of the largest for-hire carriers in the United States and Canada.
C.R. England and England Logistics - Name brand companies
The company had planned to "create an interface for both our customer database as well as our carrier database that would use the Innovative system as the primary," said Jason Beardall, England
However, Potter hinted that data analytics were likely to figure into England's customization plans. C.R. England, the parent of England Logistics, ranks No. 30 on the Transport Topics 100 list of the largest for-hire carriers in the United States and Canada.