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Ploger Transportation, LLC.
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Reminder for all who want to show their #support there is a #MemorialDay parade tomorrow at 10am in Norwalk! http://ow.ly/i/FDn1Q
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Don't be know by your truck number! Ploger is now hiring for local and OTR CDL-A Drivers. Call or go online to apply and please refer your friends!
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Thank you to everyone for coming out Saturday to our safety meeting. We appreciate each one of you! Have a fantastic week.
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Hahaha Pepperidge Farm this is #awesome. We are happy to have you as one of our customers! #ItsDad #SaveSomething4U

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We want to say a special THANK YOU to our maintenance guys and everyone who has helped the past few weeks to transform our new facility! We appreciate it and couldn't have done it without each and every one of you! http://ow.ly/i/FiM3d http://ow.ly/i/FiM4v
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Ploger is looking for hardworking and dedicated drivers to join our Family! We have Local and OTR Positions available! Please send a private message, call or come by our new facility for more details.
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Thank you, Heavy Duty Trucking, for recognizing our own Joel Morrow for 2018 Truck Fleet Innovators of the Year!

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I know we post all the time about #Truckinglife but until you are in the industry you really have NO IDEA! I can honestly say; until I started working at Ploger, I never thought twice about semi trucks, except the occasional frustration on the highway (Sorry! ;-) ) These guys and gals though... what can I say...they are phenomenal! The things they deal with everyday; delivery/pickup appointments, traffic delays, other vehicles, customers, shippers, receivers, DOT, State Highway, Local Police, low bridges, truck only routes, parking, hours of service, straps/load bars, the list goes on and on. They deal with these things every day all while being on the road away from their friends and families. Not all truck drivers can go home every night to do all the mundane tasks we all do. They have to rely on spouses or others to help or they have to then deal with all of it once they get home. Truck drivers put most of those things off because YOU need those groceries delivered or YOU need the laundry detergent and fabric softener to wash your kids uniform before their early morning game tomorrow. I found this info-graph and it is perfect depiction of what life would be like without trucks. Its not the clearest but please try to read it. So, next time you are frustrated about the semi slowing you down, the grocery shopping you have to do, or the laundry you need to wash, the medication you have to pickup, please, think about those truck drivers. I am humbled and thankful to be a part of a family that takes care of the world.
Rebekah Cellar
#ThursdayThoughts #ThankATrucker http://ow.ly/i/FgMVn http://ow.ly/i/FgMVu
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Real-time truck parking data aims to strengthen Midwest freight corridors

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