Boyle Transportation Earns SmartWay High Performer Status

Monday, Sep 9 2019 Randall-Reilly Editor

When it comes to the SmartWay Partner Program, there are literally hundreds of trucking companies enrolled. Carriers of all sizes and revenues are part of the program, and getting to enjoy the benefits of fuel-efficient technology as a result. For one trucking company though, it is more than just a partnership. At Boyle Transportation, the goal has been to achieve SmartWay High Performer Status—and they have reached that monumental marker.

What is the SmartWay Program

semi truck for boyle transportation over the roadIf you are new to the trucking industry, the SmartWay Program is provided via the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). Companies that have partnered with the program provide their driver data to the EPA for testing on emissions reductions. The goal is to find out the best technology to reduce and hopefully one day eliminate emissions in the trucking industry.

Through transportation management strategies, the EPA is able to help trucking companies that are partners to improve their emissions reductions methods. This might be by cutting down on fuel use through changing driver behaviors or by retrofitting engines to give off fewer emissions. There are so many new technologies being put on the market these days to reduce emissions. Being part of the SmartWay Program allows companies to take advantage of these before other carriers.

About SmartWay High Performers

So what is a SmartWay High Performer then? Well, in the SmartWay Program all of the partners are consistently measured according to carbon, particulate matter, and nitrogen oxide metrics. These metrics are used to determine how fuel-efficient and carbon-friendly trucks within the fleet are operating. Those trucking companies that have exceptional metrics are considered SmartWay High Performers.

The SmartWay High Performers status is not given to all partnering companies in the SmartWay Program. In fact, less than 10 percent of all of the partners in the program are able to achieve the status at any given time. The trucking companies that are included in the list are doing more than just reducing carbon emissions. The EPA reports that these carriers are also consuming thousands of gallons of diesel fuel fewer than the competitors that are not in the program.

Think about all of that money saved by these companies. Those savings can be put to better use on newer trucking equipment, better driver pay rates, driver bonuses, and other solutions to boost the trucking industry. Trucking companies like Boyle Transportation that are involved in this program are at the eco-advantage in fuel efficiency.

Driving a Truck for Boyle Transportation

At Boyle Transportation, truck drivers are working for a carrier that has been in the industry for more than 40 years. That equates to plenty of haul experience and time spent improving operations for their trucking fleet. And it shows. Today the trucking company continues to strive to provide all varieties of the best freight hauling services in several markets. Boyle handles hazardous materials, temperature-controlled reefer freight, small shipments in LTL freight, expedited loads, and dedicated hauls.

Do you have experience in these lanes? Are you interested in expanding your truck driver horizons to handle better-paying freight for a company with tons, literally, of cargo to pass around? Start here with our free truck driver job search at Trucker Classifieds. We help you get hired at Boyle and other top paying trucking companies with the greatest number of haul types ready to move now. That is how you stay running and making the most money in the trucking business—by having experience in as many haul types as possible.

Why Work for Boyle

At Boyle, the truck drivers have a turnover rate of less than 10 percent annually. In addition, the carrier strives to hire mostly military veteran truck drivers. If you have previously been in the National Guard, Reserves, or military service but have transitioned or are transitioning to a civilian career, consider Boyle. You will be working on a fleet of drivers who are just like you—experienced 88M truck drivers in the military trying to become a commercial driver in the US trucking industry.

To get started with truck driving jobs at Boyle and other highly desired trucking companies in every region, check out what we have to offer here at Trucker Classifieds. We can set you up with military vet trucking jobs, as well as hazmat and refrigerated trucking jobs. See what we have to offer in your city and state for local trucking jobs today!

Source: Boyle Transportation - News

More like this:

The National Association of Chemical Distributors for Hazmat Truck Drivers

Friday, Sep 6 2019

When you are working as a hazardous materials hauler and looking for hazmat trucking jobs, you want to do everything in your ability to succeed at your job. After all, your truck could literally explode if you aren’t careful. Safety first, which is where the National Association of Chemical ... read more

Reddaway Honored as a Military Friendly Employer

Thursday, Sep 5 2019

The trucking company Reddaway based in Tualatin, Oregon is a leader in LTL trucking jobs in the Western US. It’s also a top-ranked carrier in terms of the military. In recognition of this, Reddaway was recognized as a Military Friendly Employer by VIQTORY for 2020. How does Reddaway rank so ... read more

Ruan Transportation Offer Truck Driver Simulator Training in Waterloo, IA

Tuesday, Sep 3 2019

For truck drivers urging for modern-day truck driver training, we have an opportunity for you. At Hawkeye Community College in Waterloo, IA, Ruan Transportation has established a truck driver simulator training program. This uses, you guessed it, a driver simulator much like a video game that an airline pilot or ... read more