Come see Godfrey Trucking at the Great Salt Lake Truck Show! August 18th and 19th at Thanksgiving Point Click here for more information
Every year we have our Safety Awards Banquet to celebrate those drivers that have had an accident free year. At the conclusion of the event we announce the winners of the Owner Operator of the year and the Company driver of the year. Both of these men are hard working and make safety a top […]
We would like to congratulate Dallas Mullins and Duane Lundskog. Both were honored at the UTA banquet as drivers of the month by the Utah Trucking Associations Safety Management Council. Dallas has been with Godfrey for 13 years. He can do it all from heavy haul, flatbed, doubles and dry van. He is always willing […]
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Godfrey Trucking would like to congratulate Lester Procter and John Wakeland for winning the Utah Trucking Associations “Driver of the month” award. Lester won it for April and John for November. These two were chosen because of their exemplary attitudes and safety records. Both John and Lester are the kind of drivers that have the […]
Mike, Kathy and John from Godfrey Trucking and Terry from the Utah Trucking Associations were out at the Wendover port of entry handing out goody bags to the commercial drivers entering Utah. During driver appreciation week, Godfrey Trucking would like to thank all the truck drivers on the road. Thank you for keeping America moving. […]
Godfrey Trucking would like to take the opportunity to thank all our nations amazing Commercial drivers. Especially the best of the best, those that work for Godfrey Trucking! September 13-19 is National Truck Driver Appreciation Week. Please take the opportunity to thank a truck driver you know!
Come see the Godfrey truck used to set the new world record semi jump! It will be at the Great Salt Lake Truck Show August 14th and 15th at Thanksgiving Point. Click here for Truck Show Information
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