August 25, 2022

Groendyke Wins TXTA Fleet Safety Contest Award

ENID, Okla. (Aug. 25, 2022) — Groendyke Transport won first place in its mileage class in the Texas Trucking Association (TXTA) Fleet Safety Contest. The award was received at TXTA’s recent annual conference.

With headquarters in Enid and 40 locations in 15 states, Groendyke Transport is one of the largest tank truck carriers in the nation, servicing 49 states, Canada and Mexico.

Groendyke finished first in the Intercity 10-20 Million Miles Class for safety efforts in 2021. The win continues a streak of strong performances by Groendyke Transport’s Texas terminals and drivers, including their TXTA Grand Trophy win for safety efforts in 2019. The Grand Trophy is TXTA’s highest fleet safety honor, given each year to the company with the best safety program and performance in the state.

The win also comes amidst another year of safety accolades for Groendyke. Celebrating its 90th year of operation, Groendyke also won second place in its mileage class of National Tank Truck Carriers (NTTC) North American Safety Contest, the Oklahoma Trucking Association Grand Trophy, first place in Arkansas Trucking Association’s Intermediate Tank Division, and second place in Colorado Motor Carriers’ Tank Truck Division.

Since its founding by Harold C. Groendyke on July 12, 1932, Groendyke has remained family owned and won hundreds of state and national awards for safety and service, including the distinction as the only carrier with eight NTTC North American Safety Champion awards for the best overall safety program and record in the nation.

About Groendyke Transport, Inc.:

Groendyke Transport, Inc. provides superior, dependable transportation services and bulk logistics solutions that consistently deliver value to leading companies that place a premium on safety and performance. Groendyke Transport is a privately held, family-owned company and a record eight-time NTTC North American Safety Champion for best overall safety record and program in the country.

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Matt Palmer