May Trucking Co.

By: Bubbajunk.com

May Trucking Company started in 1945 in Payette, Idaho. The company started by hauling sacks of cement to construction sites. Now celebrating over 60 years in business May Trucking Company knows that good employees and satisfied customers have made the company a success. May Trucking Company has grown and has terminal locations in Salem (Oregon), Los Angeles (California), Phoenix (Arizona), Layton (Utah), Payette (Idaho) and Pensacola (Florida). 

 The May Trucking Company operates a fleet that consists of  more than 850 tractors, over 200 of which are successful owner operators, providing transportation services for refrigerated and dry products throughout the United States with tractors and 53 foot Dry Vans moving within the 11 Western States. Dedicated & Engineered Fleet Services 150 dedicated trucks and drivers focus on increasing productivity, improving cost control and optimization via technology without spending much of their capital.

May Trucking Company is on the leading edge of transportation technology. The company provides the highest quality service possible using the most innovative technology available in the market. Their load tracking service enables the customer to locate their cargo, in real time, using the Qualcomm Satellite System.

The May Trucking Company only offers the finest equipment featuring 379 Peterbilts, Century Class Freightliners, and 770/780 Volvos, with new tractors arriving each month. All of the units are equipped with Qualcomm Satellite Communications if you would like to know your load assignments a day or two in advance. No more wasteful downtime on the phone.
ItÂâ€Ã¢„¢s always safety first, when it comes to compliance and vehicle inspection. The State of Oregon has recognized May Trucking Company as a Trusted Carrier. Special license plates on May Trucking Company tractors identify drivers to the public and to enforcement agencies to be among the safest and most compliant drivers in the nation. As a credit to the company drivers, agencies such as Truckload Carriers Association and Great West Casualty Risk Management have awarded May Trucking Company with many safety awards. These awards speak volumes for the service standards of the company. Standards that the company will be dedicated to maintain through the years to come.