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About Smith Transport

Smith Transport is a Pennsylvania-based Company providing a complete line of Logistics Services to businesses located throughout the Continental United States and Canada. The Company is uniquely postured to provide a Totally Bundled and Customized Third Party Logistics Package or Individually Tailored Service Offerings to meet the precise needs of the – more... Customer.

Smith Transport is an "ASSET-BASED" Organization with the right mix of Physical, Human and Technological Resources to satisfy virtually any Logistics Requirement a Customer may have.

Corporate Headquarters and the Main Terminal, including an ultra-modern Office Complex and Maintenance Facility, are located at 153 Smith Transport Rd., Roaring Spring, Pennsylvania. – less

Smith Transport Employer Reviews

Driver (Former Employee), Roaring Spring, PAJuly 30, 2014
Truck Driver (Former Employee), Springs, PAJuly 23, 2014
driver (Former Employee), Roaring Springs PennsylvaniaJuly 1, 2014
OTR Company Driver (Current Employee), Cresson, PAMay 28, 2014
OVER THE ROAD DRIVER (Former Employee), Roaring Spring, PAMay 21, 2014

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