Top Companies for Women to Work For in Transportation


What makes a company desirable for women to work? Many say it comes from such primary reasons as a corporate culture that’s supportive of gender diversity, flexibility in hours and work requirements to accommodate family and life balance, competitive compensation and benefits, training and continued professional development, and career advancement opportunities. 

The organizations that feature these benefits (or more) are ideal nominees for “Top Companies for Women to Work for in Transportation” list. This is the fifth year this program is featured in Redefining the Road, the official magazine of the Women In Trucking Association, with the goal to highlight companies in the industry that are friendly for women in BOTH professional driver and corporate capacities. A record number of more than 22,000 votes were cast to identify and validate the final companies named to the list.

Companies named to the 2022 “Top Companies for Women to Work For in Transportation” list are:

160 Driving Academy
AFS Logistics
Ancora Education
Armstrong Transport Group
Arrive Logistics
Averitt Express
BCB Transport
Bennett Family of Companies
Big M Transportation, Inc.
Bob's Discount Furniture
Boyle Transportation
Bridgestone Americas, Inc.
Carter Express, Inc.
Centerline Drivers
Clean Harbors
CPC Logistics
Cumberland International Trucks
Cummins, Inc.
Daimler Truck North America
Dart Transit Company
Day & Ross
Drivewyze, Inc.
Dupré Logistics
Dynacraft, a PACCAR Company
EASE Logistics
Estes Express Lines
Exxact Express
FedEx Freight
First Truck Centre
FirstFleet, Inc.
GLT Logistics
Halvor Lines, Inc.
Highway Transport Logistics, Inc.
J.B. Hunt Transport Services, Inc.
JX Enterprises, Inc.
Kenworth Truck Company
Leonard's Express
Marathon Petroleum Company
May Trucking Company
Merchants Fleet
Michelin North America, Inc.
MOTOR Information Systems
Navistar, Inc.
New West Truck Centres
NFI Industries
Old Dominion Freight Line
PACCAR Engine Company
Palmer Trucks
Paschall Truck Lines
Penske Transportation Solutions
Peterbilt Motors Company
Pilot Company
Prime, Inc.
Quality Carriers
Redwood Logistics
ReedTMS Logistics
Rihm Family Companies
Roehl Transport
SAIA LTL Freight
Skelton Truck Lines
Sunset Transportation
Swift Transportation
The Erb Group of Companies
The Evans Network of Companies
The Pete Store, LLC
Thomas E. Keller Trucking
Total Transportation of Mississippi
Tri-National, Inc. (TNi)
Trinity Logistics
Triumph Business Capital
TrueNorth Transportation
Tucker Freight Lines
U.S. Xpress
US AutoLogistics
Venture Transport Logistics
Volvo Group North America
Walmart, Inc.
Waste Management
Werner Enterprises, Inc.
Wilson Logistics
XPO Logistics

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What is the process to qualify?

(Note: Your organization must generate a minimum of U.S. $5 million in gross global sales and be a corporate member of the Women In Trucking Association - join here. In addition, you as the nominator must be an authorized representative to nominate your organization).

Step 1:
Nominate your organization

Explain in 75 words or less what makes your company worthy of being recognized as a great place for women to work. Also be prepared to indicate if the nominated organization demonstrates any or all of the above characteristics.

Step: 2
Online Voting

The voting portion of this nomination carries a lot of weight on whether your company is chosen as a winner. The industry vote takes place in early June, so be sure to communicate this process and share the voting link to ensure your workforce, business partners, and other key stakeholders votes.

Step: 3
Receive Recognition

Winning companies will be recognized at WIT's Accelerate! Conference & Expo during a special awards program and featured in the cover story of the Redefining the Road magazine (Edition 3 2022).

Meet the 2022 Top Companies for Women to Work For in Transportation

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