AMBRIDGE, PA… Beemac Trucking has opened a new Driver Recruiting and Training Center at 2820 Duss Ave. in Ambridge, Pennsylvania, just outside of Pittsburgh. The new drivers center will be used for Beemac’s Recruiting Department as well as orientation for drivers the company has hired.
Guest speakers at the dedication included Senator Elder Vogal of Pennsylvania’s 47th District, Representative Robert Matzie of the 16th District and Beaver County Commissioner Dan Camp III, who at one time worked for Beemac Trucking. Officiating the event, which included catered refreshments, were Beemac Trucking Owner and CEO Rick Macklin and Beemac Trucking President Loren Dworakowski.
Rick Macklin said this about the company’s Professional Truck Drivers, “We need to treat drivers as we would like to be treated. These men and women spend 70 hours a week in their truck in all kinds of weather. We need to give them the respect that they deserve.”
Beemac Trucking was founded in Beaver County, PA in 1982. The company has since grown to over 400 employees. Beemac Trucking has about 60 company drivers and approximately 300 permanently leased owner-operators. The company has a network of 25 agents and terminals.
L to R: Beaver County Commissioner Dan Camp III, 16th District Representative Robert Matzie, Beemac Trucking CEO/Owner Rick Macklin, Beemac Trucking President Loren Dworakowski, and 47th Distric Senator Elder Vogal.
Beemac Trucking’s new Driver Recruiter and Training Center.