Highway Transport service center managers and load planners are continuing to monitor high winds at the Croydon, PA service center. Northeast throughout New England, a winter storm continues to impact road conditions.

TAT Decals Applied at Shops Nationwide

Larry Edwards, fleet director of Highway Transport, captured this scene of an event taking place throughout Highway Transport shops nationwide…TAT decals being applied to the fleet of Highway Transport tractors.

scene: Andrew Green of the Highway Transport Knoxville shop is applying TAT decals for the Truckers Against Trafficking program. Throughout mid-March the decals will be sent out to all of Highway Transport shops with the location instructions, so they can begin the process of adhering the decals onto the fleet of tractors.

“TAT” is an acronym for “Truckers Against Trafficking.” Highway Transport is a gold level sponsor of this important program. The program depends on truck drivers on the front lines of the trucking industry to alert authorities if they see human trafficking happening. The decals are posted at eye level in order to reach out to victims of human trafficking.

Here is a close-up of the sticker...

Truckers Against Trafficking

March 6 – 8, Highway Transport Vice Chairman Greg Watkins attended American Chemistry Council Member and Partner Supply Chain Responsible Care Conference in New Orleans, Louisiana.

Laura Cyrus, operations director of Truckers Against Trafficking, was a presenter at the conference.

Highway Transport is a gold level sponsor of Truckers Against Trafficking plus a Responsible Care carrier.

As a Responsible Care member Highway Transport understands the importance of maintaining the highest Quality Driver Delivery standards.
As a TAT member, Highway Transport is committed to combating human trafficking.

Vice Chairman Greg Watkins says, “Drivers, activate your super powers! Let’s all mobilize on this important effort. Highway Transport gives a special shout out to all truck drivers who stand ready to detect and defeat human trafficking!"

Greg adds, “My family—the Watkins Family—has a solid legacy in the trucking world. Our chemical tanker drivers have many specialized skills. They are everyday heroes with the deepest commitment to protecting others. I’m proud to add TAT awareness to their skill set.”

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