Ohio is known as one of several economic gateways linking the American Northeast with the Midwest.
Its location along the southwestern portion of Lake Erie gives the state access to both international and domestic economic opportunities. The Ohio River and easy access to Canada cross Lake Erie contribute to economic activities both to the north and south.
For logistics companies, Ohio offers a well-maintained network of state and federal highways that make transporting goods by truck easy and efficient. Among them are the portion of I-90 that passes through Ohio. Additional interstates, including 77, 71, and 75 make for easy truck transport to several regions of the south.
We offer new and inexperienced drivers an opportunity to train through our driving school partners in Texas.
Every driver who completes our training program is automatically eligible for hire by C.R. England as long as our additional hiring requirements are met.
You may have seen C.R. England trucks on the roads in Ohio. If so, there is a good reason for that. We are one of the largest and most well-known refrigerated trucking companies in America with nearly 100 years of business activity. We operate heavily in Ohio.