Arnold Transportation Surges Ahead with Addition of 260 New Tractors

By: Arnold Transportation

Grand Prairie TX June 4th 2014—Arnold Transportation is pleased to announce the expansion of their fleet with the purchase of 260 new trucks. This move highlights their credentials as one of the nation’s leading truckload providers and a premier destination for Class A CDL drivers.

The addition of 160 International Prostar Tractors and 100 Freightliner Cascadia Evolutions will strengthen Arnold Transportation’s ongoing driver recruitment efforts. Drivers will benefit from an increase in fuel economy and improved long-haul performance. As part of Arnold’s commitment to providing truck drivers and customers with the best and most reliable equipment this move will bring its average fleet age to 27 months. Moreover expected additional replacements by the end of the year will bring average fleet age down to 21 months positioning the company’s fleet among the youngest in the industry.

“This organization is well known as a first-class operation. I believe that Arnold is poised to become an even stronger player in the regional markets that we serve” says Todd Smith CEO of Arnold Transportation.

Arnold Transportation is confident the addition of new equipment will attract the nation’s best candidates and improve the experience of current drivers. This new fleet provides more opportunities to safely run regional routes with the dependability of on-time services.

About Arnold Transportation: With over 75 years of industry experience Arnold Transportation Services—the Original Regional Carrier™—is the nation’s standout full-service truckload provider. Renowned for specialized Regional Services Arnold now offers extended resources for Dedicated Logistics Oil Field and Brokerage Services. Arnold Transportation prides itself on customization safety and reliability achieving the goals of both clients and drivers.

For more information about Arnold Transportation visit their website at or call (972) 986-3154.

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