Young Brothers Trucking Inc.


Young Brothers Trucking, Inc was established in the year 1950 by two brothers, George and Laine Young. This family owned business is now operated by George Young; the son of George Young, Sr. Young Brothers is located in Valparaiso, IN.  The company operates thirty power units primarily in the Midwest.
 
The company offers shipping services to various shippers in the Midwest, hauling steel, lumber and shingles. In this division the company hauls various commodities such as fertilizer, acids and lime.
 
The company has a fleet of over 35 tank trailers. The company is the primary carrier for the Eli-Lilly company of Indianapolis as well as Land-O-Lakes and Agriliance. The company is capable of hauling a wide variety of tank truck commodities including Waste Urea, Acids, Sulphur and Lime O Sol, to name a few. The company’s tank division operates round the clock and throughout the year.

With a flatbed fleet that includes spread, tandem and multi-axle trailers, with both straight flats as well as flats with sides Young Brothers Trucking, Inc. is equipped to handle a large variety of aspects of the flatbed industry. Currently the company is in the developmental stages of forming its dry van division, which will include truckload and freight capabilities. The company has maintained a strong and consistent service record by hiring only skilled, quality minded, conscientious drivers.
 
The objective of Young Brother's Trucking, Inc. is to supply quality, on time deliveries using professional, qualified drivers and well-maintained equipment. The company has recently instituted a new training program dealing with all aspects of customer relations and safety. All drivers are trained promptly upon becoming an associate with Young Brother's Trucking Inc. Drivers attend safety meetings and quality update meetings bi-annually. All drivers are kept abreast of the latest safety techniques available. The company takes care and concern in offering only the best service available in the transportation industry today.