A Culture of Safety

Raising Standards in the Northeast

We recognize that safety and security go hand-in-hand. And when it comes to both, A. Duie Pyle delivers on our promise to our customers and to our people. We do it with the most intensive safety and risk management process in the business. But we don’t stop there – our in-house Truck Driving Academy, which is audited and certified by the Professional Driving Institute, runs with a full-time staff that provides both classroom and one-on-one range time over a 10-week period. Year-round safety and security training and continuous improvement programs allow us to have the best-trained drivers and dockworkers in the industry. All of our drivers are Class A, CDL, Haz-Mat and Forklift Certified to assure that your product is properly handled, from pick-up to delivery. And because communication is an important aspect of security, we train our drivers on the most advanced shipment tracking technology available to shippers in the Northeast – our own Dashboard-to-Desktop™ mobile communications – all to enhance the security and customer confidence of knowing where your products are at all times.

At A. Duie Pyle, safety is more than a passion, it’s our culture.


Our efforts have been recognized on numerous occasions. In 2006 and 2007, we were recognized by the state of New York as the Carrier of the Year for Safety, and in 2007 our Loss Prevention Director, Peter Dannecker, was awarded the American Trucking Associations (ATA) Safety Director of the Year.

The American Trucking Association’s most prestigious award for Best in Class company safety programs is the President’s Trophy for Safety. We are the most recent and reigning recipient of the award in the medium class division (of small medium and large carriers).

If you would like more information about our safety and risk management program or other safety and security initiatives at A. Duie Pyle, please contact Peter Dannecker:

Peter Dannecker
Director of Loss Prevention

610−350−3024

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