Six CPC Logistics drivers were named National Private Truck Council (NPTC) Driver All-Stars at the 2022 National Safety Conference September 8, 2022, in Orlando, Florida.
The CPC drivers, featured in the September 2022 Tandem Talk, include:
- Nathan Carter, assigned to Moen
- Loyd Wood, assigned to Procter & Gamble
- Steve Rawlins, assigned to Walgreens
- Calvin Mangler, assigned to John Deere
- Tony Dinisi, assigned to Toyota Quality Parts Express
- Perry Buckner, assigned to Fabri-Kal
“It feels good to be recognized for the job that I do,” said Mangler. “Being an NPTC All-Star is something that I’m proud to be part of as a driver.”
With driving careers ranging from 20 to 50 years, this recognition is a milestone achievement for drivers like the 2022 group who have diligently served CPC and the trucking industry.
“In all of my years, I have never received anything like this,” said Carter. “I was flabbergasted and tickled to be recognized at the NPTC National Safety Conference.”
The NPTC recognition further validates these drivers’ dedication to excellence and the significant role they play in the field of transportation and logistics.
“To be honored in such a prestigious way affirms the importance of what we do as truck drivers,” said Buckner.
Co-sponsored by International Trucks/Navistar, the National Driver All-Stars program recognizes drivers each year who demonstrate high performance standards against their peers, safety, adherence to company standards, regulatory compliance and community service.
The addition of these drivers into the National Driver All-Star ranks brings the total number of CPC’s NPTC Driver All-Stars to 104 since the program began in 2009.
Rawlins and Buckner were recently recognized for their achievements in their hometown newspapers. Read their stories by clicking on the links below.
- Rawlins: Osceola News-Gazette
- Buckner: Rutherford Weekly