Paper Transport Hosts Virtual and In-Person Hiring Event


Paper Transport, Inc. would like to invite you to our upcoming virtual and in-person hiring event! Where: Virtual! When: May 24th – May 27th – morning and evening times! Discuss our Regional, Dedicated, and Local Opportunities for Experienced and Inexperienced Drivers – let us know What Drives You? And we’ll match the best opportunity with…

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2020 Carrier of the Year: Unilever


Paper Transport is honored to have been named the 2020 Carrier of the Year by Unilever. The award recognizes the innovative solutions Paper Transport continuously provides, backed by excellent service. “Being successful with Unilever takes engagement from every team in the company,” stated Joe Shefchik, VP of Business Development & Solutions. “It takes solid execution,…

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Making a Difference with Compressed Natural Gas


Generally, I hate stereotypes, but hating stereotypes allows me to fill my own.  I’m a millennial, vegetarian, reusable bag using, recycle-bin office monitor who just wants to make the world a better and less carbon-filled place. First, you’re probably asking first why I’m telling you this and second, why I chose a career within a…

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Paper Transport Receives US EPA 2020 SmartWay Excellence Award


Paper Transport is a proud recipient of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) 2020 SmartWay Excellence Award. We received this award for our leadership in environmentally responsible shipping and it’s an honor to be recognized. Moving forward, we will continue to work with our customers finding innovative ways to minimize our impact on the planet. This…

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Upcoming Blood Drive: Give the Gift of Health


Paper Transport, Inc. (PTI) will be hosting our next blood drive October 9, 2020 at PTI’s Green Bay Headquarters. Your support and generosity helps to ensure blood needs are available when and where it’s needed most. PTI’s Green Bay blood drive donations have supported local hospitals in the Greater Green Bay area and helped patients…

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Paper Transport Offers Employee Assistance Program (EAP)


Paper Transport is now offering an Employee Assistance Program (EAP) and Work-Life Services as an expanded benefit to all employees and their families. With over 900 truck drivers and growing, it is our commitment to keeping our company a great place to work by helping our employees achieve their full potential – both personally and…

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Safety First at PTI: COVID-19 Pandemic Response Updates


As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to evolve and impact the transportation industry, Paper Transport priority is the safety of our employees, customers, and community. Here you can find updates on the latest transportation insights to help you navigate this volatile market and learn how PTI is making a difference. Help protect yourself and your family…

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COVID-19: PTI Pledges Half of April 2020 Profits

COVID-19 profits pledged

Our Communities Affected By COVID-19 For the last 17 years, Jeff Shefchik, president at Paper Transport has always known the products PTI delivers is important to people. Since COVID-19 some of Paper Transports products, such as Toilet Paper, have become really important. A 30-year old dry van carrier hauling consumer products including toilet paper, packaging,…

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Paper Transport Turns 30!

Paper Transport Turns 30

Today we celebrate as Paper Transport turns 30! On February 5th, 1990, Paper Transport officially pulled its first loads out of Green Bay, WI. Now 1,000+ employees strong in over 20 states, Paper Transport continues to build a great place to work where outstanding people deliver. Dialing in via video phone conference, streaming from Facebook’s…

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Paper Transport Featured on Fuller Speed Ahead

featured on fuller speed ahead

Paper Transport Vice President of Operations Wes Kornowske made an appearance last week on FreightWavesTV show, “Fuller Speed Ahead.” On the show, Kornowske discussed the company’s growth within the transportation industry along with its commitment to its Class A CDL Truck Drivers. See what the interview was all about here:   To read the entire…

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