Could You Survive Without the Trucking Industry? A Disaster Timeline…

In the trucking industry, a single driver deciding to quit is a relatively minor inconvenience. and even a company’s entire line of drivers quitting would only result in  delays. ost people across the country would be minimally affected — life would go on as it always has.But what if trucking as an industry ceased to

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Whitewood Transport Selected to Haul the 2017 U.S. Capitol Christmas Tree

Billings-based carrier will transport the People’s Tree from Montana to Washington D.C. Billings, Mont., October 25, 2017 — When Santa was looking for a sleigh worthy of hauling one of his most special Christmas trees, years of being on his “Nice List” paid off for Whitewood Transport of Billings, MT. The company was selected to

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Truck Driving Championship 2011 Winners

David Stanley and Jack Heffern represented Whitewood Transport in the Montana Truck Driving Championships on June 11, 2011, at the Holiday Inn Grand Montana in Billings, MT. They competed with more than 35 professional truck drivers who came to Billings from across the state to compete for the title of the state’s best truck driver.

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Billings Chamber/CVB 2009 Employer of the Year: Whitewood Transport

The people behind the Billings Chamber of Commerce/CVB had a vision to honor the wonderful residents, organizations and businesses that make Billings such a great place to live, work and play. In order to give well-deserved recognition, the Roche Jaune Awards for Business Excellence event was created in 2007. The Roche Jaune Awards offers an

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Whitewood Transport Honored with Montana Philanthropy Award

Towering cranes and heavy equipment — “anything big and ugly that’s hard to move” — are Whitewood Transport’s usual hauls, but the company’s owners have also volunteered their acumen to move such things as a new facility for disabled skiers from Washington to Red Lodge Mountain. Since the mid-’90s, that’s just one of many contributions

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The Chase Hawks Memorial Association (CHMA)

The Chase Hawks Memorial Association (CHMA) is a Montana non-profit corporation raising money in Montana, Wyoming and the Dakotas to disburse to families in crisis. In September of 1994, a six-year-old Montana cowboy named Chase Hawks was killed in a tragic accident. Family and friends gathered to form the Chase Hawks Memorial Association (CHMA) with

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