ROEHL TRANSPORT INC

COMPANY HISTORY:


This private family owned company was founded in 1962 and is based in Marshfield, Wisconsin.  Roehl pronounced “rail” has a very strong fleet of over 2000 trucks operating in the United States and Canada. The company is named after its founder Everett Roehl, who was born and raised in the Marshfield, Wisconsin area.

 

COMPANY SAFETY RECORD INFO:

Entity Type: Carrier

Operating Status: REGISTERED Out of Service Date: None

Legal Name: ROEHL TRANSPORT INC

 

Physical Address: 1916 E 29TH ST MARSHFIELD, WI 54449-5516

 

Mailing Address: P O BOX 750 MARSHFIELD, WI 54449-0750

USDOT Number: 74481

MC or MX Number: MC-127651

 

Power Units: 2,054

Drivers: 2,160

 

MCS-150 Form Date: 11/27/2012

MCS-150 Mileage (Year): 195,620,193 (2012)

TYPES OF CARGO CARRIED:

  • General Freight
  • Metal: sheets, coils, rolls
  • Drive/Tow away
  • Logs, Poles, Beams, Lumber
  • Building Materials
  • Machinery, Large Objects
  • Fresh Produce
  • Liquids/Gases
  • Grain, Feed, Hay
  • Meat
  • Chemicals
  • Commodities Dry Bulk
  • Refrigerated Food
  • Beverages
  • Paper Products
  • Agricultural/Farm Supplies
  • Construction

CONTACT COMPANY RECRUITER:

APPLY ONLINE or call 1-800-GoRoehl

If you worked for ROEHL I want to hear from you.  Please share your story about how it was working there.  What did you like and how do you think this company can improve.  The goal is to create a constructive discussion that can be beneficial to drivers looking for a great place to work.  Here’s a question I have.  How aggrivating was it getting used to saying the name correctly?  Or, did it evolve into a secondary name like Target did with “Tar-Jay”.




 

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