James R Smith Poultry And Produce Inc.

By: Bubbajunk.com

James R. Smith Trucking Company was founded in 1955. Initially concentrating in refrigerated transportation, James R. Smith Trucking has expanded to include dry vans, flat beds and straight trucks in the operation. James R Smith Trucking Co., Inc. formerly James R. Smith Poultry & Produce Co., Inc.
J.R.S. Logistics, Inc. was established in 1995 to separate the truck brokerage division of the company from the trucking company. The company has offices across the country; J.R.S. Logistics, Inc. coordinates movements and provides freight to motor carriers across the nation.
In 1996 James Alan Smith, Teressa Smith Quick and Kellie Smith Emerson formed James A. Smith Transportation, Inc. as a nationwide carrier specializing in refrigerated and temperature controlled freight movements.

The company continues to set the standard other companies strive to follow and dedicated to safe, courteous, and dependable transportation service, the James R. Smith Trucking family can meet all of your trucking needs. Their flexibility enables them to offer competitive rates to transport any variety of products, ranging from frozen to pharmaceutical.

The Company offers for drivers such as Late model equipment, Pre Pass provided, Fuel Surcharge Program, Fuel Discounts Program, Tire Discount Program, Home often, home most weekends, Safety Bonus Program, and Competitive pay based on your OTR experience.
It is the policy of James R. Smith Trucking Co., Inc. to be in 100 percent compliance with all Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations at all times. Their company and its subsidiaries have made safety their number one priority above all other issues. The company utilizes the safest, most efficient professional driverÂâ€Ã¢„¢s available operating late model, well maintained equipment. They have a long tradition of providing dependable services throughout their nation and strive to reduce the burden placed on the trucking industry due to safety issues. The Safety Department works continuously to educate, train, and counsel their professional drivers in order to ensure they have adequate knowledge and ability to work in the commercial trucking industry.

Their dry van division operates many lanes, mainly the lanes run east of the Rockies and the entire Southeast. The better part of this division is drop and hook. Their flat bed division is also looking to expand. This division runs North and Southeast.