We pride ourselves on the close working relationships we have with our driving team and our commitment to providing a healthy work/home balance.
The new year brings plenty of things to do with the family!
The advancement of smartphones is one of the best things that has happened to trucking! There’s now so much information at our fingertips it’s hard to imagine we did our jobs without them
Here at Len Dubois, our family is always growing bigger and better in the fast-paste trucking industry. Right now we have opportunities for Owner Operators to become part of our family. Be At Your Full Potential A big part of our company culture is a positive attitude. Because we have regular long-term clients, professionalism is [...]
Trucking is fast paced and if you blink you will miss something. We keep an eye on industry news and these are the things we thought were important and you should know.
At Len Dubois Trucking we are proud of our commitment to safety and it starts at home with well-maintained facilities and equipment. Our on-site Apprentice Trailer Technician inspects each unit before it leaves our home terminal ensuring the safety of the public and our drivers from the start of each trip. We are currently seeking [...]
Len Dubois Trucking is excited to announce an upgraded PayScale that will put more money in your pockets. This revised Pay Scale is in recognition of the hard work and dedication of our driving fleet. It will also allow Len Dubois Trucking to remain competitive in the market and stay ahead of the curve. Base [...]
The trucking industry has a lot of standardization. The rules are the same, the pay scales are similar, the equipment is almost identical. So, how do you choose the right company to drive with? Well, you have to look a little deeper to really find the differences. What truly separates trucking companies is how they [...]
here there greener pastures on the other side irrelevant and of no importance 3D, illustration Last week, Len Dubois Trucking celebrated National Trucking Week with its fleet of drivers, office staff, and our extended families made up of the wives, husbands, and children of our drivers. It was also time to celebrate the [...]
In this example, the failure at the end of the trip is a direct result of the very beginning of the trip. He needed an earlier start. An hour to hour and a half late start in Winnipeg two days earlier affected the last mile 2000 miles away.