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Wis.'s GO Riteway earns safety rating

Posted on December 6, 2012

GO Riteway Transportation Group became TSX Approved as a safer motor carrier, having successfully completed the Transportation Safety Exchange Comprehensive Review (TSX-CR).

Transportation Safety Exchange (TSX) is the ground transportation industry's only independent rating organization that inspects, monitors, and reports the safety performance of motor carriers.

"We're so pleased to have earned this recognition. It demonstrates that we have implemented the highest standards of safety,” said Ronald Bast, president, GO Riteway. “GO Riteway is very serious about our commitment to safety and now with TSX Approval, we can be recognized for achieving and maintaining the most stringent safety standards.”

"Being TSX Approved demonstrates a motor carrier's dedication to better safety standards," said Patrick Labriola. President, TSX. "In today's crowded marketplace, it is important for customers to have a way to identify the safer carriers on the road. With TSX Approval, carriers demonstrate that they are making safety a top priority."

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