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Driving Change: Empowering Veterans in the Transportation Sector

Rooted deeply in the transportation and material moving industry, there exists a pool of highly skilled and disciplined individuals who bring a unique set of qualities to the table: Our veterans.


According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, 10 percent of veterans are currently employed in this crucial sector. Today, we’re calling upon our fellow industry professionals to join hands in elevating this percentage and, in turn, creating a more robust and diverse workforce.


Honoring Service

Our nation's veterans have served with dedication and commitment, demonstrating qualities such as discipline, teamwork, and adaptability. These traits are not only invaluable on the battlefield but can also make a significant impact in the demanding world of transportation and material moving.


By embracing and empowering veterans in our industry, we not only honor their service but also benefit from the wealth of skills they bring to the table.


Transferable Skills

Veterans possess a unique skill set that translates seamlessly into the transportation and material moving sector. From their experience in logistics and supply chain management to their ability to navigate complex situations with precision, veterans are well-equipped to excel in roles that require attention to detail, strategic thinking, and quick decision-making. By tapping into this pool of talent, we can elevate the performance and efficiency of our teams.


Diversity Drives Success

A diverse workforce is a resilient and dynamic workforce. By increasing the representation of veterans in our industry, we not only promote diversity but also foster an environment that thrives on a variety of perspectives and experiences. This diversity is a key driver of innovation, problem-solving, and overall success. It's time for us to recognize the untapped potential within the veteran community and leverage it to push our industry to new heights.


Supporting Transition

Transitioning from military service to civilian life can be challenging, and our veterans often face hurdles in finding suitable employment. By actively seeking out veterans and providing them with opportunities in the transportation and material moving sector, we contribute to their successful transition while simultaneously benefiting from their unique skill set. Let's be the bridge that helps them seamlessly integrate into the workforce.


As professionals in the transportation and material moving industry, it is our collective responsibility to drive positive change. Let's actively seek out and welcome veterans into our teams, recognizing the value they bring and the positive impact they can have on our industry. By doing so, we not only boost the employment percentage of veterans but also create a more resilient, adaptable, and successful workforce.





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