Hornady Transportation, LLC
Hornady Transportation, LLC is a flatbed carrier operating east of the Rockies. Family owned and operated since 1928, we have the experience to customize services to meet your flatbed transportation needs.
Whether you require line haul, regional or dedicated services, we can coordinate and handle your business through our corporate office in Monroeville, Alabama. Our drivers and staff are geared to provide you with exceptional service. Our friendly sales and customer service staff will work with you to develop a strong, trusting partnership to enhance productivity and profitability for you and your company. Let us help you meet and exceed your transportation needs.
Silver Award for Safety - 7th Straight Year
Transportation, LLC was presented a Silver award by Great West Casualty Company for the 7th straight year. The National Safety Awards program recognizes carriers in similar
operations based on their year-end preventable accident results. This past year, the National Safety Awards program drew over 625 participants from across the country.
L to R Chris Hornady, President of Hornady Transportation, Carl Ritter, Vice President of Joe
Morten & Sons, Inc, a division of Great West Casualty Company, Debra Allred, Subrogation & Claims Specialist,
and Joe Booker, Vice-President of Hornady Transportation
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Mr. Hornady Honored As Veteran of the Year
WWII Merchant Marine and former mayor of Monroeville, B C Hornady was named Veteran of the Year by the Monroeville Veterans of Foreign Wars during a Veterans Day Ceremony Nov 11, 2010.
Hornady was the keynote speaker at the ceremony. Mr. B C Hornady was presented a plaque and all the medals he earned during his time in service. Hornady joined the Merchant Marines when he was 17 yrs old, serving 40 months in WWII delivering fuel, ammunition, food, equipment, and troops. “It wasn’t until 43 years after WWII that the government declared us Veterans and recognized Our contribution to the war,” he said. “There were more men killed in the Merchant Marines during WWII, according to their size, than any other branch of the service: one out of every 24 seamen lost his life.”
"Keep 'Em Rollin" Winner
Hornady Transportation has named Obediah Anderson as winner of their recent "Keep 'Em Rollin" Campaign, a program designed to increase Hornady's customer base. Hornady Safety Director Jim Bobzien presented Anderson with his prizes, which included a deluxe stainless steel barbecue grill along with a $200 cash award.
"Everyone at Hornady has been extremely nice and helpful to me," said Anderson, a flatbed operator who had previously pulled vans before switching to Hornady. "I like a challenge. With vans it was always the same, now every day is different. With different loads I have different securement methods."
Anderson resides in Newnan, Georgia with his wife Anjanetta, and their daughter Cherrius.