Rush Trucking Named 2019 Top Woman-Owned Business in Transportation
Wayne, MI… Rush Trucking Corp. has been recognized as a top woman-owned business in transportation by Redefining the Road, official magazine of the Women In Trucking Association, which recognizes and supports women in the trucking industry.
A diverse group of companies in commercial freight transportation, including motor carriers, third-party logistics companies and original equipment manufacturers, also were recognized.
A special program will be held at the Women In Trucking Accelerate! Conference and Expo, Sept. 30 – Oct. 2, 2019, in Dallas, Texas, to honor Rush Trucking and the other 22 companies. For more information, visit www.WomenInTrucking.org.
"Our goal is to recruit, develop and promote great people who work hard to exceed our customers' expectations," said Rush Trucking CEO Andra Rush. "We appreciate being recognized for achieving our mission. Congratulations to the other women-led businesses recognized this year."
2019 Top Woman-Owned Businesses
AGT Global Logistics (Angela Eliacostas, Owner & Founder)
Aria Logistics (Arelis Gutierrez, CEO)
BCP Transportation (Nancy Spelsberg, Ardis Jourdan, Kristie Rozinski)
Bennett International Group (Marcia G. Taylor, CEO)
Brenny Transportation, Inc. (Joyce Brenny, CEO & Founder)
DGT Trucking (Donna G. Sleasman, Owner)
Garner Trucking (Sherri Garner Brumbaugh, CEO)
International Express Trucking (Karen Duff, President & CEO)
Kenco Logistics (Jane Kennedy Greene, Chairwoman)
Knichel Logistics (Kristy Knichel, CEO)
Ladybird Logistics Ltd. (Felicia Payin Marfo, Managing Director)
LaunchIt Public Relations (Susan Fall, President)
Lodgewood Enterprises (Arlene Gagne, President)
London Auto Truck Center (Donna Childers, Vice President)
LYNC Logistics (Cindy Lee, President)
Ontario Truck Training Academy (Yvette Lagrois, President)
Powersource Transportation (Barb Bakos, President)
RFX Inc. (Kimberly Welby, President & CEO)
Rihm Family Companies (Kari Rihm, President & CEO)
S-2international, LLC (Jennifer Mead, CEO)
United Federal Logistics, Inc. (Jennifer Behnke, President)
Veriha Trucking, Inc. (Karen Smerchek, President)
Rush Trucking began in 1984 with one woman, founder and CEO Andra Rush, one van and two pickup trucks, and a vision to provide safer, faster and more reliable transportation services to automotive manufacturers in the Midwest. Today, the 35-year-old company, headquartered in Wayne, Mich., serves more than 30 customers across the country with a tight focus on quality, efficiency and innovation. Visit us at www.rushtrucking.com.