Relationships Move Loads. Beemac Trucking’s outstanding commitment to advancing Pennsylvania’s natural gas industry, achievements in the transportation and logistics sectors, and exemplary support of their community, the workforce, and economic development, began in 1984 with two trucks and a belief in these three words. This premier trucking and logistics company based in Ambridge, Beaver County currently employs a staff of 300 including commercial truck drivers, mechanics, barge and warehouse workers, and administrative professionals, all working together to provide trucking, logistics, intermodal river port, warehousing, and specialized services to customers throughout North America.
One way Beemac Trucking supports Pennsylvania’s natural gas industry, the local community, and economic development is through its commitment to “Go Green.” In 2013 Beemac became the first flatbed trucking company in the nation to Go Green with the purchase of twenty new compressed natural gas (CNG) powered trucks. In 2014, it opened the BeeGreen CNG refueling station, the first in Beaver County, and sixth in Southwestern, PA. This station serves Beemac’s fleet and is open 24/7 to the public. The Pittsburgh Business Times named both David Dudo, Senior Vice President of Operations and Ron Phelps, Director of Operation, among Who’s Who in Energy 2015-2016, and granted Director of Corporate Development Sherri Wilson their 2015 Women in Energy Leadership Award. Beemac Trucking was also named the 2015 Northeast Oil and Gas Award’s Trucking Company of the year. “…We are proud of our employees, our commitment to the community, and especially our efforts at promoting foreign oil independency. By replacing diesel burning engines with cleaner burning CNG… we are reducing pollutants and providing cleaner air for the community,” expressed David Dudo. The company’s community support does not end there. President Loren Dworakowski is a member of both the Beaver County Chamber of Commerce and the Community College of Beaver County’s (CCBC) Board of Directions. Director of Corporate Development Sherri Wilson is an active member of the Association of Women in the Metal Industries and the Women’s Energy Network. Community support is also not limited to the executive team.. This past November, a group of executives and staff volunteered to serve breakfast to veterans at the Annual Veterans Day Salute held CCBC.
Beemac Trucking continued to be a strong supporter of workforce development in 2015 as well, becoming a member of both the Southwest Corner Workforce Development Board and PA CareerLink Beaver County’s Employer Advisory Committee. In addition, the company participated in PA CareerLink Beaver County’s Job and Career Fair and employer workshops, as well as the Butler County Career Fair.
The value Beemac Trucking places on its workforce is defined in its mission statement …We will strive to achieve extraordinary levels of client satisfaction by employing highly qualified individuals, providing them with a challenging and rewarding work environment responsive to their needs for balance between their professional and personal lives. The company offers a competitive compensation package for drivers with pay increases each year, safety performance bonuses, and a competitive health insurance benefit package and 401k program.