SALT LAKE CITY, Dec. 18, 2012 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- C.R. England, a Salt Lake City-based global transportation provider, has recognized James Hamilton, Thomas Wendt and Luke Arris as Company Drivers of the Month for November 2012. They were selected for this honor from among more than 7,500 drivers nationwide in C.R. England's fleet.
"It's an honor to recognize such great professionals such as Jim, Luke and Thomas," said Brandon Harrison, President – C.R. England National and Regional Divisions. "They are great examples of professionalism to all the drivers in our fleet."
Steve Jensen, Hamilton's driver manager said he wished he had "a whole fleet of Jim Hamilton's." Jensen said, "Jim exemplifies the adage of his word being his bond. I never have to worry about Jim. He is a great communicator, a very hard worker and is always willing to go the extra mile. He is always on time, is a great driver and a great person as well."
Hamilton has been driving in C.R. England's Western Regional fleet for the past four and a half years. Prior to joining C. R. England, he was in the construction business. He makes his home in Erwin Lake, CA.
Wendt and Arris are an uncle-nephew team. Wendt has been with the company six months and Arris for just over two years. Chris Lane, their driver manager said "Tom and Luke are both dedicated to their jobs and provide safe, on-time service to C.R. England customers." They reside in Escondido, CA
About C.R. England
Founded in 1920, C.R. England, Inc. corporate headquarters are located in Salt Lake City, Utah and is one of North America's largest transportation companies and the world's largest temperature-controlled carrier. C.R. England services include National, Mexico and Regional Truckload service in addition to Dedicated and Intermodal services. Visit www.crengland.com.
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Source: C.R. England