Feliciahttp://www.epestransport.comEpes Transport is dedicated to providing quality transportation services. Our mission is to continuously improve the quality of our service to meet and exceed the needs of our customers. Continuous improvement in quality is the means we will use to ensure reasonable profits and long term growth. We will invest in the future of our company in order to meet our business objectives and provide a positive employment environment. We will accomplish our mission through the total commitment and involvement of our employees, our customers and our suppliers.
The company started business in 1931 in Blackstone, Virginia. Originally known as 'The Transport Company' it began as a family owned business and continued that way for over 55 years. Epes Transport was purchased in September, 1987 by Epes Carriers, Inc. a newly established holding company owned by A.M. Bodford. Located in Greensboro, North Carolina, Epes Carriers is the largest private trucking company in North Carolina.
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With deep sadness and sorrow, we announce that Britt Colley, President of Epes Transport, Inc., passed away unexpectedly on Sunday, October 1, 2017. He will be deeply missed by the Epes family, as his leadership helped shape the successful company we have today. Britt worked tirelessly with Epes for close to 36 years and truly felt that Epes was part of his family. Our thoughts are with the Colley family.
In an attempt to further educate students on the daily operations of a trucking company, on Thursday, September 21, 2017, Epes Transport invited students attending one of our approved truck driving schools, Surry Community College, to visit our Greensboro facility.
Students were given an opportunity to tour the Operations, Safety and Maintenance departments. Many were able to climb into the cab of a couple of the new trucks, which gave them a feel for what it will be like sitting behind the wheel of their own truck once they graduate.
Epes Transport will continue to give students this opportunity, hoping that they will come away with a better understanding of our business. We would like to thank the instructors at Surry Community College Truck Driving School and all the Epes employees that played a part in making the event happen.
Epes Transport is currently recruiting for a Maintenance Apprentice in our Winston-Salem, North Carolina location. For more details, please visit our www.epestransport.com and click on “Non-Driver Careers.”