This country is largely able to function because of the efficiency of the trucking industry. Although it’s the fourth most profitable industry in the United States, trucking companies are feeling the pressure of ever-expanding risks from all sides—high turnover rates, driver health concerns and employee benefits, ever-changing environmental regulations, higher-than-average workers’ compensation costs, and vehicles that are expensive to purchase and expensive to cover.
Woodruff Sawyer works with insurance carriers to address some of the unique challenges in transportation, bringing our thorough understanding of the market and proclivity for long-term planning to help our clients be strategic in this space. Our goal is to help transportation and trucking companies function in bigger, more sophisticated ways—whether it’s day-to-day support or robust strategies.
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