Plenty of carriers claim a mission statement that defines their aspiration to be the best at what they do. Few, however, can back it up to the degree that Heniff Transportation can.
At Peterbilt, the concept of becoming immersed in our customer’s business is nothing new. In fact, it has long been a cornerstone for new product development.
With new transmission options featuring advanced technologies now available, fleet managers are faced with an impactful decision to make when building a truck that will perform optimally in its designated application.
It started, as have most product innovations in Peterbilt history, with the voice of the customer.
The result is a spacious, new, high-roof, integral cab-sleeper, the Peterbilt Model 579 UltraLoft.
Anyone looking for a template on growth management might want to do a deep dive into the success of Waste Connections. The publicly traded Houston-headquartered company expects to post $5 billion in 2018 revenue, roughly twice what it did just two years earlier. That’s about 10 times the revenue the company achieved some 15 years earlier.
David Freymiller remembers the highs and the lows. And to see today the familiar Oklahoma City-based Freymiller fleet of Peterbilt Model 579s, now up to more than 450, hauling refrigerated meat from coast to coast, it’s hard to believe there were ever any significant lows.