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FW Trucking Makes Big Moves in 2015

In 2015, the FW Trucking fleet grew from 25 trucks to 51 trucks.

In 2015, the FW Trucking fleet grew from 25 trucks to 51 trucks.

In 2014, the FW Trucking fleet grew from 12 to 35 drivers and more than 150 trailers. In November 2014, FW added another 25 brand new 48′ roll-up Vanguard Max Cube trailers to complement the 40 new 53′ trailers added in July, and in 2014 FW Trucking also expanded the distribution radius from the Saint Louis area to up to 550 miles in/out of Saint Louis.

With such an incredible amount of growth in 2014, numbers were expected to continue to grow in 2015, but no one imagined an increase of this magnitude.

In 2015, the FW Trucking fleet grew from 25 trucks to 51 trucks. FW Trucking started the year with 36 drivers and added 16 more throughout the 2015.

According to the American Trucking Association, the trucking industry is struggling with a shortage of roughly 40,000 drivers, and as the United States continues to rely on the trucking industry as its primary mover of freight, there is a continuing opportunity for growth.

FW Trucking started the year with 36 drivers and added 16 more throughout the 2015.

FW Trucking started the year with 36 drivers and added 16 more throughout the 2015.

FW Trucking is a professionally managed, privately-held trucking company centrally located in the St. Louis metropolitan area. FW Trucking provides truckload, drayage and regional interstate trucking services throughout the Midwest.

In the beginning, FW Trucking provided local shuttle service in the St. Louis marketplace. FW customers were satisfied with the outstanding service and expertise they received coupled with fair and accurate pricing. Ultimately FW expanded its operations to include a regional interstate trucking and freight forwarding. FW Trucking currently fulfills the transportation needs of some of the country’s top corporations.

With strong management and a top-quality staff coupled with experienced, conscientious drivers, FW Trucking has evolved into a leader in the Midwest.