February Newsletter

Anthony Book Long Haul Trucking

Thanks to the Folks that Keep us Rolling!

In what will be recorded as one of the coldest, snowiest months in Minnesota history, we cannot thank our team enough for all their persistence and hard work in making the month of February a success!  We would like to especially thank our hard-working mechanics and techs that spend many hours of the day in the cold, wrenching on our rigs and trailers to keep us rolling down the road!  For Long Haul to be a success, we need to be able to count on each division of our organization to operate at peak performance and we saw this happen first hand last month.  Along with our shop workers, we would also like to extend a special thank you to each of our drivers, dispatchers and office employees for their commitment to safety, attention to weather forecasts and road restrictions.  Each of our teammate’s safety is first and foremost and we really appreciate everyone stepping up to help keep us safe and running strong! Great work everyone!

Training for Infinite Success

We are happy to announce that Long Haul has transitioned to a new online training system.  This training allows drivers to take time sensitive training while on the road from any electronic device with internet access.  If you have an email address on file with us, you will also receive an email from our provider Vertical Alliance By Infiniti.   Infiniti is available to help our drivers with this training.  If you run into any issues logging on, please contact them at 877-792-3866 ext. 300.  This is part of our service with them and they are happy to help free of charge. Thank you again to all of our drivers for your continued focus on safe driving!


We Reward our Drivers Safe Driving Habits!

Thanks again to every Long Haul driver and employee that has helped in getting 2019 off to a great start!  As we push through the remainder of the first quarter, it’s important that we stay focused on the safe driving tactics that have kept us safe thus far!  Freight is busy and business is good, but there’s no sense in extra hustle if it’s going to lead to any reckless driving or lack of attention to detail.  Winter roads mean slick conditions and there’s no sign of spring yet that should lead us to think otherwise.  Mind your following distance, slow down, pay attention to tire spray and most importantly stay SAFE!  Part of our mission as America’s elite fleet is to make sure every one of our professional drivers stays accident free and able to roll all winter long!