Centerline Drivers Named A Top Company for Women to Work For in Transportation By Women in Trucking Association For Second Straight Year

October 2, 2020 Brad Perkins

SANTA ANA, CALIF. – Oct. 2, 2020 – Centerline Drivers, a TrueBlue company, is honored to be named as one of the “Top Companies for Women to Work For in Transportation” by the Women in Trucking (WIT) Association for the second year in a row.

The honor reflects Centerline’s mission as an inclusive and diverse organization as well as WIT’s goal of promoting accomplishments of companies that focus on employing women in the trucking industry. The list includes companies from across the commercial freight transportation marketplace, including carriers, logistics companies and equipment manufacturers.

“I am thrilled to be recognized as a top company for women to work for in transportation two years in a row,” said Centerline President Jill Quinn. “At Centerline, we have great pride in promoting diversity and inclusion for our employees, our drivers and our clients, and I am proud to share this tremendous honor with them.”

Nominations for the award focused on corporate culture, work flexibility, competitive compensation, quality benefits, training, continued education, development and career advancement opportunities. Centerline was chosen from more than 125 nominations and nearly 13,000 votes. The list was announced in WIT’s official publication, Redefining the Road.

 

About Centerline Drivers

Centerline Drivers connects over 4,500 drivers annually with Fortune 1000 and mid-sized companies. Centerline has been delivering superior staffing service to fleet operators and good jobs to qualified drivers since its founding in 1975. It offers nationwide coverage from a network of branches in 40 U.S. markets and a centralized service operation. Centerline is part of TrueBlue (NYSE: TBI), a global leader in specialized workforce solutions that help clients achieve business growth and improve productivity. In 2019, TrueBlue connected approximately 724,000 people with work.

 

Media Contact

Brad Perkins

Manager, Corporate Communications

TrueBlue

bperkins@trueblue.com

(312) 915-5249

 

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