Here at AXE Trailers, we know trucker drivers are the backbone of America. From the clothes on our backs to the machinery required for building your home, it’s all delivered by a trucker. This job is not easy and requires an extensive amount of hard work and dedication. We want every trucker out there to know your sacrifice and commitment does not go unnoticed.
When planning our 2022 Calendar, we decided to highlight these individuals and give them the gratitude they have long deserved. From the boy who grew up sitting on the passenger seat of a semi, to the man who realized his trucking dream in his adult-life. The small town, one-truck business owner, to the CEO of a global corporation - each story has inspired us.
Watch 12 of our clients over the next 12 months share their stories and take us on their “day in the life.”
Thank you, truck drivers. The world would look very different without you.
SEASON 1 - EPISODE 1:
John Hofmeister is a young business owner who is quickly growing in the trucking industry. With a wide range of skills, and a variety of specialized trucks and trailers, heavy or light, they’ll get it right! Tune in below to view the complete story on Hofmeister Trucking!
SEASON 1 - EPISODE 2:
Taylor Logistics is a division of its parent company, Taylor Machine Works, Inc., which focuses on developing a wide array of high-quality forklifts world-wide. Taylor Logistics assists in managing various parts of production such as raw materials, assembly of parts, transporting components to production lines, freight costs, and more! They’re 55 Ton lowboy trailer plays a large role in their day-to-day processes. Tune in below to view the complete story on Taylor Logistics!
SEASON 1 - EPISODE 3:
TnT TOWING & TRANSPORT
TJ Kiley grew up in the industry as his dad hauled equipment. As he got older, he began to recognize the growing need for tow trucks in his area. He jumped on the opportunity and opened TnT Towing & Transport in Prescott, AZ! He hasn’t looked back and now has 7 times the equipment he started with and continues to expand. Tune in to hear directly from TJ!
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April brings a very familiar face! Many of you will recognize this brightly colored fleet! DSD Transport has taken over the trucking portion of almost every social media platform. Don Wood grew up around trucking which introduced him to a love for the equipment. He personally designs all of his trucks and, as you can tell, he doesn’t overlook any detail both internally and externally. Keep your eyes peeled for these customized beauties as they travel nationwide!
SEASON 1 - EPISODE 5:
RGM TRANSPORT & LOGISTICS
Featured this month is RGM Transport & Logistics! This fast-growing company hauls out of Bethel, PA and services all 48 continental states as well as Eastern Canada! Ryan Good grew up in the industry and accomplished his dreams of becoming a company owner in 2012! His top priority is to provide excellent service to both his employees and his customers. RGM has over 30 trucks running step decks, RGN’s, flatbeds, and reefers to accommodate for a wide variety of loads. Follow RGM’s story as they plan to double in size by the end of 2023!
SEASON 1 - EPISODE 6:
MAD HEAVY HAUL
MAD Heavy Haul is a relatively new company working in conjunction with its parent-company, Dal Dirt. While Dal Dirt focuses more on excavation and construction, MAD is centered around heavy haul. Owners, Scott Madill and Jeff Dean are both extremely motivated individuals who have done an excellent job in recognizing needs and creating business opportunities out of them! MAD focuses on Dallas-Fort Worth and its surrounding areas. So, if you’re ever in need of heavy haul services, “Don’t get angry, get MAD.”
SEASON 1 - EPISODE 7:
This red, white, and blue beauty belongs to HC Contractors. Bill Hoople founded HC Contractors in 1993 with just a handful of friends and a few pieces of equipment. Bill ran the projects onsite, maintained and serviced the equipment at night, and did the accounting and paperwork in-between. His dedication combined with his hands-on experience and engineering background helped HC Contractors grow into a company employing hundreds of local laborers, operators, and office personnel each year. Located in North Pole, Alaska, HC has completed numerous earthwork, roadwork, sitework (including large waterline) projects and bridge projects within Fairbanks and the greater Alaskan Interior.