Most people do not realize that 70% of all freight moved in the United States is done by trucks. This is everything from manufacturing, medicine, food and waste removal. If the trucking industry stops, the nation stops. And what many people do not realize either, is that if the truck stop, many critical industries will start to be affected within 24 hours.

In the United States alone, nearly $700 Billion in shipped goods travel by truck every year. This makes the trucking industry vital to the health of our economy.

Today, some 3.2 million truck drivers travel our roadways every day – Monday through Friday, Saturday and Sunday, too. In the sun and the cold. In snowstorms. On holidays. And on special occasions – like their kid’s birthday or special event.

They do their jobs. Battle regulations. Fight traffic. They spend days, weeks and even months away from loved ones. And they battle illness to keep goods moving and our economy moving.

Service One Transportation is one of those companies in Wisconsin dedicated to Trucking jobs in Wisconsin. Their family first philosophy means that when you drive for Service One Transportation, you are not just a “number”, but rather a part of an elite team of highly trained professionals who take pride in the work they do each day.

And thanks to the growth of social media, it has become easier than ever to show these hard-working professionals at Service One Transportation how much they mean to us. So take to Twitter, Facebook, Google or whatever social platform you prefer, and tell them how much you appreciate their work. So, take time this week – and every week – to thank a trucker.

Or just say “Thank you.”

At Service One Transportation, we realize that the most important part of the trucking industry is the driver. At Service One Transportation, our CDL and Owner Operator drivers are known by name, not just a number. Apply now at https://www.serviceonetransportation.com/wisconsin-truck-driver-careers/ if you think driving for Service One Transportation may be right for you!