About Dillon Transportation
Dillon is a Tennessee value-oriented trucking company with a drive to outperform the competition with “Service Second to None”. Our growth has demonstrated that customers want a carrier where a commitment to service is first. This customer focus has allowed us to develop relationships in many time-sensitive industries, including consumer products, retail, automotive and manufacturing. Dillon Transportation is based in Ashland City, Tennessee and Kingman, Arizona. In addition to our customer focus, we are driver-focused as well and hire experienced drivers. We pay our drivers top in the industry with multiple benefits and bonuses, and making sure they are home weekly to be with their families. Our drivers are the driving force behind our "service second to none" performance for our customers.
"I started working for Dillon in 2019 and I enjoy it very much! The dispatchers are very helpful, and I enjoy working with them. It is a great feeling to be known by a name and not just a truck number."
Genaro Thode, AZ
"Dillon is a family oriented place to work, that I plan on retiring from. I have been a driver with Dillon for over 10 years. I enjoy working here and make good money doing so. Mr. Donnie Dillon has always gone above and beyond what he had to do to take care of us."
John Winchester, Dillon Driver, Tennessee
"Our Longevity has to start with Donnie. He has put together a company that is just what we were looking for....Top Notch Equipment, Great Miles, and a Staff that really works with you... your are not a number here. As Christians we have felt a kindred spirit here and appreciate the time off for Sunday worship. Where will our longevity end?....hard to say but until we retire from trucking I expect we'll stay right here at Dillon. We have been here for over 10 years."
John & Eva Holman, Dillon Team, Arizona
"I started driving with Dillon Transportation in March 2014, and couldn't be happier. The support given to drivers daily by operations and maintenance is unparalleled. I can't see myself anywhere else."
Wil Robinson, Dillon Driver, Arizona
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