Prime received the 1998 Outstanding Service Award from Logan Aluminum. Prime was one out of three carriers who received an award from Logan Aluminum. This award process evaluated Logan Aluminum transportation partners on parameters including on-time service performance, volume, and claims.
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Prime, Inc., an international refrigerated and flatbed truckload carrier based in Springfield, Missouri, announces the most recent recipients of Prime Time Certified (PTC) Awards for continuous on-time performance. November 1998 Leroy Tillman earned top honors for November with six years of continuous on-time performance, while Mike Waddle achieved the five-year mark. The following operators maintained four years of continuous on-time performance: Cynthia Capps, Bruce Duffy, Griffin Gathers, Von…
LHP was ranked number sixty in the “MBN 100” among all minority-owned companies in the United States. The list is a compilation representing all ethnic minority backgrounds, nominated by major corporations, and ranked by gross revenues. Since the company’s inception only five years ago, LHP has raised it’s gross revenues over 30 times that of it’s first year results to exceed $12.2 million in 1998.
Prime conducted a Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for its new Plaza inspection and fuel facility on April 2, 1998 at 11:00 a.m.. Missouri Lieutenant Governor Roger Wilson and Prime founder and president Robert Low were the keynote speakers. The 30,000 square foot structure, designed by Slone Architects and built by Killian Construction, is an eight-bay entry inspection and fuel facility for Prime equipment.
October 1998 – Refrigerated Frank Prue is the Prime Refrigerated Division Contractor of the Month for October. Since joining Prime in November, 1996, Prue has had no cargo claims or no service failures. He has achieved the three-year level Prime Time Certified award for on-time performance earning him a gold ring with one diamond.
Weigh Station Bypass System Offers Non-Stop Innovations Prime Inc. recently signed up for PrePass, the nation’s first electronic weigh station bypass service which was designed, developed and operated by Lockheed Martin IMS. “We did so,” according to Robert Low, president of Prime, “because PrePass is good for everybody in the industry.