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Altendorf Trucking receives Gold award from Great West Casualty Company’s annual National Safety Awards program

The National Safety Awards program is honors motor carriers with awards in relation to how many preventable crashes they suffer each year. Fewer crashes mean carriers can be eligible for Platinum, Gold, Silver or a Participatory award.

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Altendorf Trucking has received a Gold National Safety Award from the Great West Casualty Company.

The award is part of the Great West Casualty Company’s annual National Safety Awards program.

The National Safety Awards program is honors motor carriers with awards in relation to how many preventable crashes they suffer each year. Fewer crashes mean carriers can be eligible for Platinum, Gold, Silver or a Participatory award.

Altendorf trucking is family-owned and was started by founder Elmer Altendorf when he went custom harvesting with two gas-powered trucks and one combine. Altendorf Trucking is now under the leadership of Marvin Altendorf and has regional trucks pulling specialty equipped self-unloading trailers, hopper bottoms, side dumps and belly dump trailers.

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