Liquid Trucking has recently released a new training video to help explain the process of loading and unloading of bulk liquids performed by our drivers on a daily basis. Below, we’ll go through some of those key points, safety features, and overall expectations to keep in mind when delivering a load to a customer. The first thing you’ll need to… READ MORE
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Hi Dick, first of all, congratulations on your retirement. Thank you. Tell me a little bit about how and when you first discovered Liquid Trucking. I was going through the ads in the Sioux City Journal and saw an ad for Barto. I went in for an interview and got hired. When I started, I was employee number 7. Of… READ MORE
The following is intended to be a guideline to help Liquid Trucking employees understand their new company health plan. The new health plan goes into effect beginning in 2017. We have switched employee health plans from a traditional Preferred Provider Organization (PPO) to a two-step health plan called Elite Choice High Performance Custom Provider Access. The intention behind the switch is… READ MORE
[Blog originally found at Teladoc.com] The moment you head out for a run, launch into your strength training or step foot on the basketball court, your heart rate increases, you start burning calories for fuel, and there’s an instant mood boost, suggestsFitness Magazine.1 We’ve gathered additional fast-burning calorie activities that can help you stay in tip-top shape: 30 minutes of… READ MORE
Ever wonder what it’s like to drive for Liquid Trucking? Wonder no more as driver Jimal sheds light into the in’s and out’s of driving for us, including pay, benefits, and so much more!
Get to know Scott – Liquid Trucking’s Procurement Manager. Hear about his interests, goals, and some of his favorite things about working for the team!
Winter is here, and along with it, the hazards of slips and falls due to slippery surfaces. Slips and falls usually rate near the top as causes for workplace injury, accounting for almost 17% of all workplace fatalities in 2014. Prevention of slips and falls should always be a priority. Snow and ice are often thought of as forces beyond… READ MORE