Wayne is currently one of three finalists in the running! If he wins, he’ll receive a 2017 Kenworth T680 (valued at $155,000), and be recognized as America’s top military rookie driver. Wayne wants to take his career from Company Driver to Owner Operator, so he’s excited about the opportunity to win the new truck and start running his own business with US Xpress right away. Read More.
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U.S. Xpress' diesel technicians vie for spot at national competition Times Free Press (April 21, 2017) – Once your vehicle's odometer goes past 200,000 miles, you might think you're making your car, truck or SUV last. But for a diesel big rig, that's nothing. "About...
U.S. Xpress Technicians Vie for Spot at TMC SuperTech HDT Truckinginfo (April 21, 2017) – After a two-day competition at U.S. Xpress’ Tunnel Hill, Georgia, facility, five tractor technicians and two trailer technicians will be heading to the national SuperTech...
US Xpress unveiled the future at a recent industry event. This revolutionary green tractor not only offers ZERO EMISSIONS, it also sets new standards for driver safety and comfort, horsepower, torque, information technology…and more. US Xpress is one of the first carriers in the world, and the largest, to order the Nikola One. US Xpress is even helping to guide the development of the vehicle that is poised to reshape the industry. Read More.
U.S. Xpress Enterprises, Inc announced the Veterans Administration (VA) has officially accredited the trucking company as part of the Post 9/11 GI Bill Apprenticeship Program. With the accreditation, U.S. Xpress becomes one of the select few trucking companies to receive this honor that allows eligible veterans to receive their tax-free educational benefits directly from the VA while training as a professional truck driver or diesel technician for U.S. Xpress. Read More
About four years ago, the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga welcomed the SimCenter for Computational Engineering to its campus in our hometown. This research performed at the SimCenter utilizes computer simulations. The SimCenter can develop fluid dynamic models that simulate the actual design of a prototype.