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The significant growth of trucking / logistics companies over the past 15 years is primarily attributed to the dairy production and process industries, that cater to the handling, storage and transportation of agricultural commodities.

Entities like Scott Jackson Trucking, Arlo G. Lott Trucking, Rich Thompson Trucking, Giltner Trucking, and Penn Pacific Trucking, are just a few of the Trucking firms in Jerome County. Dairy Farmers of America and other firms are involved in brokering milk sales and transport.

The WOW-Jerome DC is a multi-temperature facility with ambient (dry) and refrigerated (cooler) warehousing storage areas, as well as a USDA approved cheese grading room.

The significant growth of trucking / logistics companies over the past 15 years is primarily attributed to the dairy production and process industries, that cater to the handling, storage and transportation of agricultural commodities. Entities like Scott Jackson Trucking, Arlo G. Lott Trucking, Rich Thompson Trucking, Giltner Trucking, and Penn Pacific Trucking, are just a few of the Trucking firms in Jerome County. Dairy Farmers of America and other firms are involved in brokering milk sales and transport.

Scott Jackson Trucking

Offers a variety of services ranging from ground transportation of containers to supplying agricultural materials like seed, soil and feed with the following services:

  • Commodities Hauling
  • Construction Management
  • Flatbed Trucking
  • Site Development

Arlo G. Lott Trucking

“It is our mission to be a valued service provider for each and every customer we serve, continuing to provide safe and efficient transportation of all commodities. We will strive to be a leader in the trucking industry by assisting, training, and educating all employees with the most current and accurate information to make sure we are and will remain compliant with motor carrier laws, rules, and regulations.”

Rich Thompson Trucking

“Transporting time perishable products is obviously unlike transport of non-perishables. For RTTI that requires us to operate with a clear recognition of our customer obligations. The RTTI fleet has a very low average age; our containers are under secure guard 24 hours a day; and, an emergency Tractor combination is available with a close to 100% certainty.”

Giltner Trucking

“For over 30 years Giltner, Inc. has been taking excellent care of the needs of both our Customers and Drivers.  Our people, technologies, and business practices are among the best in the industry and we strive to give our customers a simple and reliable shipping solution.”

Penn Pacific Trucking

“We are an all reefer company with over 40 years of experience in the trucking business. Our main areas of operation are the seven Western states and Alberta, Canada.”

Dairy Farmers of America

Dairy Farmers of America Inc. (DFA) is a national milk marketing cooperative in the United States. It is owned by and serves nearly 15,000 dairy farmer-members representing more than 9,000 dairy farms in 48 states. DFA markets members’ raw milk and sells milk and derivative products to wholesale buyers.

DFA is a dairy farming co-op that will be operating a milk hauling truck service to its members out of the stated location. They plan to operate a 12-15 semi-trucks out of this facility with the primary use as truck and trailer parking during off use time periods. There will be four management and administrative office staff providing logistical services during normal business hours.

WOW Logistics

The WOW-Jerome, Idaho warehouse, is an ASI Superior Rated food grade distribution center that began operations in 2002.  The WOW-Jerome DC is a multi-temperature facility with ambient (dry) and refrigerated (cooler) warehousing storage areas, as well as a USDA approved cheese grading room. The refrigerated area is designed for variable temperatures ranging from 40 degrees to 53 degrees.  The WOW Jerome warehouse will complete a 193,000 square foot expansion, which will bring the facility to over 543,000 square feet of storage space.

Source WOW Logistics website