About MINN-TEX Express
To maintain our position as our customers "first choice" when selecting a partner to meet their logistics needs. Our mission dictates we continue to operate with integrity, enthusiasm, attention to detail, accessibility, and commitment to service excellence.
Holding steadfast to this standard will promote long-term employment for our employees and independent contractors. This will enable us to build long-standng and mutually beneficial relationships with our customers.
We will provide added value through personnel who truly desire to serve. This dedication to our people will foster a winning environment for all.
Award Winning Drivers
Company owner and driver Ed Deason won the NASTC Truck Driver of the Year Award and one of the nation's top drivers with over 8 million accident free miles. Congratulations to Ed! He provides a great role model for the other fine drivers that work with Minn-Tex Express.
LOCAL DRIVER RECOGNIZED BY NATIONAL GROUP
The National Association of Small Trucking Companies (NASTC) represents over 1900 trucking companies in the U.S. and Canada that employ over 40,000 drivers collectively. Each year the association sponsors a driver of the program to recognize the very best drivers within their group. Among the drivers selected to this year’s team of “Drivers of the Year” was Edward Deason who drives for Minn-Tex Express of Pierz, MN.
“As a recipient of this prestigious award, Mr. Deason joins a very elite group that represent the best of our 40,000 drivers,” according to Buster Anderson, Vice President of NASTC.
“Minn-Tex Express is very proud of their drivers and should be very proud of themselves as well,” Mr. Anderson added. “It says a lot about a company when they can attract and keep employees of this caliber.”
Edward Deason has driven for Minn-Tex Express for over 12 years, and has been a professional driver for over 52 years and never had an accident accumulating over 8,000,000 accident free miles.
Mr. Deason was presented his award in Nashville, Tennessee on November 12th, 2005 at the annual conference of NASTC.