Opportunity can shine as brightly as the sun for those who would look hard enough to see it. At Quality Carriers, we’ve been following the path of opportunity since B.F. Leaman sent out his first tanker in 1913. Since then, our company has grown with strength of experience under our belts. And that experience has helped us not only with our customers, but with our drivers. Creating a dynamic working environment for the people who haul our freight is one of the most important investments in the future of our company.
The Quality Carriers Difference:
Over 100 terminals across the U.S. and Canada
Concentrated attention to safety on the road
Intense focus on driver communication
Fostering a team atmosphere
Enriching communities through job creation, local vendor patronization, and neighborhood support
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By Tony Fisher I began working for QC back in Jan of 1992. Regrettably I had to leave QC in June of 1998 and move my family south. We decided to move back to WI in Feb of 1999 and I have been here at the Bristol terminal ever since. In these two different stints I have more than 22 year here and have put on more than 2.5 million miles with QC. This Bristol terminal is a great terminal to work with as they have always treated me right, and I will be here until I retire.
July 19, 2017
By Steve Sorensen I just love working with the people at this company and the customers couldn't be better. Throughout all the swings in the economy this job has remained tremendously stable and even after all these years I still find it very interesting.
July 13, 2017
Owner Operator, GCEC
By Patrick McCoy I worked for QC for nearly 7 of my 15 years as a commercial driver. While I left for a period of time a few years ago I am pleased to have found my way back under GCEC. It is a process to learn everything necessary to be successful but I have found that the people I work with and the established processes makes the learning curve easier. It is clear to me that the driver is a priority in their business planning and growth and that helps me continue to have confidence in my future with QC and GCEC.
July 13, 2017
By Jim Hamilton The most important thing to me is making a good living for my wife Judy and myself. A close second is communication and third is respect! I feel we have that here in Cincinnati. The feeling part of a family here at QC/LMI is very important to me. I also believe in our management teams ability to do their job as much as they trust me to do my job. My living is good, drive a Peterbilt and travel most states year after year. I plan to drive here until I retire from trucking.
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