Wheeler Trucking was established to achieve the vision of becoming a leader in automotive transportation services. Dedicated to excellence in the automotive transportation industry, Wheeler Trucking's mission is to provide outstanding customer service and to deliver products on time, safely, and damage free. At Wheeler the aim is to exceed the customer's expectations. At the same time, Wheeler Trucking is also cognizant of the effect of industry on the environment. Because of this, environmental action to limit carbon footprint are also an integral part of the company's mission.
Wheeler Trucking was founded in July of 2010 by President and CEO, Rex Wheeler. Rex started this company with the vision of creating employment opportunities for many people like himself who suddenly found themselves without work. Wheeler Trucking was started with one truck and trailer and a vision of becoming a leader in the auto hauling industry. Wheeler Trucking has grown over the years, added Wheeler Logistics, and now we proudly haul for the big 3 along with servicing many companies in the United States and Canada. We service all 48 of the continental United States and parts of Canada.
Why are we successful? Wheeler Trucking is committed to successfully providing premier automotive logistics services by utilizing the best people along with state of the art equipment and best practices to meet and exceed our customers’ expectations. Wheeler Trucking is successful because of our commitment to team work. We invest in our employees by providing training, safety management, and a creative working environment. We believe in serving our costumers with the highest level of customer service.
Going Green! Wheeler Trucking and Wheeler Logistics participate in the Smartway program which is a program designed to create less air pollution and greenhouse gasses by improving our fuel efficiency. At Wheeler we realize that our choices today affect future generations and we are committed to protecting the environment along with reducing our environmental footprint. To learn more about the Smartway program visit: http://www.epa.gov/smartway/