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Commitment to safety earns Kool Pak° first-place award

June 9, 2016
At the annual Oregon Trucking Associations Safety Council’s Spring Safety Conference in Eugene OR, Kool Pak° was awarded the 1st Place Safety Award for Common Carrier–LTL, 1-5 million miles.

At the annual Oregon Trucking Associations Safety Council’s Spring Safety Conference in Eugene OR, Kool Pak° was awarded the 1st Place Safety Award for Common Carrier–LTL, 1-5 million miles.

Based in Lake Oswego OR, Kool Pak° provides both less-than-truckload (LTL) and full-truckload (FTL) services throughout the United States and Canada.

Nicole Hawks, director of safety at Kool Pak.

This safety award was presented by Great West Casualty Company and the Oregon Trucking Association in cooperation with the American Trucking Associations.

Steve Ness, Kool Pak° president, said, “Safety is our main priority and we are pleased to be recognized for the eighth year in a row by the Oregon Trucking Association for our consistent safety record. Safety is always first for our customers and our employees.”

Established in 1968, Kool Pak° provides temperature-controlled LTL transportation, warehousing, distribution, and logistics services throughout the United States and Canada. It places a high priority on protecting client products throughout the distribution channel with temp-controlled docks, freezer, cooler and dry storage services, industry experience, and superior customer service. Five full-service terminals are located in Clackamas/Portland, OR; Ontario and Patterson CA; Seattle WA; and Langley, British Columbia.

For complete information, go to www.kool-pak.com.

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