ABOUT US

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Purpose Statement and Scope

Since Full Circle Transportation Group began operations in transporting general freight throughout the 48 states.  Providing a comprehensive range of transportation solutions, people focused, and purpose driven.​ We have singled out a unique process to connect our customer with our driver, which allows us to provide the best solutions for both successes.

 

By continuously developing ways to make this process better, we enable our customers to meet some of their on-demand challenges and increase their efficiency.

 

Empowerment, trust and reliability govern how we do business and how we interact with each other. As a company and as a team, we are creating this as the place to go, stay and grow.

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leadership in Safety Awareness 

 

The Safety Assurance Program created to acknowledge and understand the adversities of a professional over-the-road driver.

 

The company strongly believes that committing to the driver’s welfare, wellness and financial security while practicing employee/associate appreciation with regular exercise will invoke a safer and more productive outcome.

 

The company believes its character reflects directly from its professional drivers and associates.

 

 

2021 - A new strategic agenda to focus our efforts on driver outreach and creating a better transportation life-cycle.

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Sustainable Values


FCTG Networks procurement, warehouse, cross-docking, transport, outbound and disposal logistics services, customized to the needs of our customers to fix their supply chain. Many trucking companies have been expanding the range of services offered to secure their place in global supply chains.

 

An emerging segment within the industry is the value-added services segment which includes door-to-door transportation, customs brokerage, packing, logistics consultation services and other related activities.

 

IBISWorld expects that these services will increase as a proportion of industry revenue in the next five years. However, value-added services will be limited to large and medium-sized operators, and truck transportation will remain the largest revenue earner for major players. Revenue from other segments is estimated to account for 12.2% of revenue.