Highway Transport has become a corporate member of the Women In Trucking Association, a nonprofit that encourages and supports women’s employment in the transportation industry.
According to the American Trucking Association, the number of female truck drivers increased by 68% between 2010 and 2018. While more women continue to get behind the wheel and on the road, females still only make up 7% of all truck drivers.

Highway Transport Geismar regional driver

Highway Transport in Geismar, Louisiana: regional driver, Tressa. photo by Lucian Welch

“The Women In Trucking Association is doing important and necessary work for women in the transportation industry,” said Christy Williams, senior vice president of sales and marketing at Highway Transport. “We share the organization’s vision to increase the number of females employed and thriving in our field.”


Highway Transport Lake Charles driver Shelly, Women in Trucking

Lake Charles, LA : Shelly, regional driver for Highway Transport in Lake Charles, Louisiana. Photo by Laurie Doran, service center manager, Highway Transport Lake Charles.

Highway Transport regional driver in Freeport, Texas

Cicely, Highway Transport regional driver in Freeport, Texas. photo by AJ Adams, service center manager, Highway Transport Freeport.

Alicia, Highway Transport Freeport tanker trucker

Alicia, Highway Transport Freeport. photo by AJ Adams.

Pam, Highway Transport tanker truck driver

Pam, Highway Transport Freeport. photo by AJ Adams

A corporate membership underscores Highway Transport’s commitment to providing support to the national nonprofit and allows the company to increase opportunities for female truck drivers.

Christy Williams, Highway Transport Senior Vice President“The access to Women In Trucking Association at the corporate level also can increase our hiring efforts to add women to the Highway Transport family,” Williams says.
The Women In Trucking Association’s overall mission is to encourage the employment of women in trucking, promote their accomplishments and minimize obstacles faced by women working in the industry. Read a more in-depth article in the tanker truck industry publication, Bulk Transporter.




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