“Everyone should volunteer” Jimmy Orr At some point in life you must stop taking and learn to give back. Epes Transport Inc. take pride in supporting our communities. At Epes we value improvement and community involvement. Epes once again has partnered up with the Miracle League of High Point to volunteer in their buddy system baseball Read More →

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Every time YOU shop, YOU have the ability to help someone in need. It takes 500-700 plastic bags to make a Plastic Bag Yarn (PLARN) bed roll for the homeless. Epes shareholders will be collecting plastic bags for the month of January and February in the employee break room for the Operation Bed Roll initiative. Read More →

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Cheers to the New Year! And the new you.   On average it take 2 months for a habit to stick. That is equivalent to 66 days if you’re really counting. At Epes our habits become our industry success through low turnover and on time delivery.   Thanks to our shareholders (drivers, office employees, volunteers, Read More →

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Season of smiles and lights Epes Transport Systems strive to spread the love from headquarters to our lanes of operations. Our family atmosphere can be felt during the holiday season in our communities. Epes employees are repetitively giving back by participating in various organizations such as Toys for Tots, Second Harvest Food Bank, Backpack Ministry, Read More →

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A frequently talked about topic in any trucking company is the use and maintaining of Electronic Logs. The Electronic Logging Device Rules (or ELD) were introduced in 2015 by the DOT with a compliance deadline of December 18th 2017 to “help create a safer work environment for drivers, and make it easier, faster to accurately Read More →

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