News & Events
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
Learn about the new medical care options available to Liquid Truckers! It’s a new year and we are excited to share the new options we have for your medical care. There are separate options for each location. OFC/SCHMIDT will have a virtual doctor visit plan through TeleDoc and BARTO will have Telehealth available through Blue Cross Blue Shield. The primary… READ MORE
It’s that time again! We hope you look forward to getting to know us each month! This month Coffee with Liquid Trucking is going to feature another very important person in our every day operations! We’re taking a walk over to hang out with Billy in the Truck Shop! Billy Milczski is our resident Shop Foreman and has been with… READ MORE
We’ve said it before, and we’ll say it again. Our employees are what make our liquid bulk transport operation the best in the midwest and one of the top in the country. We’re proud of them, and who they are as employees and outside of our company, so what better way to showcase that, than to sit down and get… READ MORE
According to the American Cancer Society, one in eight women will be diagnosed with an invasive breast cancer during their lifetime. This is the second most common cancer in women, behind skin cancer, and accounts for 12% of all cancer diagnoses. This year over 40,000 women will succumb to this disease. Over 230,000 women will be diagnosed, and only a… READ MORE