Many veterans enter the workforce with specific skills and advantages that make them uniquely qualified for Transportation and Logistics. Use these resources to learn more.

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Army Reserve Mechanic Succeeds At Sunbelt Rentals

Sunbelt Rentals serves wide variety of customers – from weekend do-it-yourselfers to commercial enterprises and municipalities. The company has about 550 stores in 45 states as well as locations in Canada. Sunbelt Rentals has than 8,000 employees and annual revenues of $3 billion. Company...

Search & Employ®, Transportation/Logistics, July-August 2015

A Good Home At Con-Way

Con-way Truckload driver Darrell Bogan did not expect to be selected for the honor of driving one of two new True to the Troops tractor-trailers during the month of May. When he learned that his employer had chosen him, he was thrilled.

“It was such an honor,” said Bogan, a member of the National...

Search & Employ®, Transportation/Logistics, July-August 2015

Con-Way Truckload: True To The Troops

Con-way Truckload, a subsidiary of Con-way Inc., provides time-definite, dry-van, full-truckload transportation services throughout the United States – with extensive coverage of Mexico and service for Canada. Con-way Inc. is a $5.8 billion diversified freight transportation and global...

Search & Employ®, Transportation/Logistics, July-August 2015

Opportunities In Transportation And Logistics, Jobs for Veterans

There is a truckload – or a boatload – or a carload – or a cargo – of opportunity for veterans in the transportation and logistics industries. With the United States economy picking up speed, there are more trucks on the highways, more trains on the track, more ships and boats on the waterways,...

Search & Employ®, Transportation/Logistics