Sodrel Truck Lines Partners with Active Heroes to hire Veterans
Sodrel Truck Lines has announced a partnership with Active Heroes to hire more veterans. The ability to employ veterans has enabled this company to continue to be successful for over 100 years. We are proud of the fact that so many members of our workforce are veterans. The commitment and intangible skills that veterans bring to the workforce has set Sodrel apart from any other company in the transportation industry. This is why we have created a new program called Sodrel Salutes.
Sodrel Salutes is a way for Sodrel Truck Lines to salute our veterans by giving them an opportunity to learn new skills. We are now approved through the Department of Labor and Department of Veteran Affairs to offer three apprenticeship programs. Veterans can apply and learn a new trade as a tractor trailer driver, motor coach operator, or diesel mechanic. We also offer a CDL school in Indianapolis that is approved through the VA.
ABOUT SODREL TRUCK LINES
Sodrel Truck Lines is an Indiana-based, family owned, 4th generation TL, LTL, HAZMAT and LOGISTICS provider. Our core specialties are in Dedicated Truckload Services and Retail Logistics. SODREL TRUCK LINES services the Midwestern United States with operation centers in Indianapolis, Jeffersonville, Cincinnati and St. Louis. With over 300 tractors and more than 500 trailers, we have the fleet to handle large-scale projects, yet we also have the flexibility to provide personalized transportation services to meet your company’s transportation requirements.
About Active Heroes
Active Heroes is a national 501(c)(3) charitable organization headquartered in Louisville, KY with a mission to reduce veteran suicide in every state. Active Heroes provides national activities, national peer mentors, serves thousands of veterans at the Active Heroes Community Center and is developing a retreat center to help heal post-traumatic stress. Active Heroes parters with Businesses to connect veterans for job as part of community outreach. Learn more at ActiveHeroes.org.