“Our 40 years of providing world-class customer service to our clients would not have been possible without our passionate family members and, most importantly, our drivers,” says Navajo Express CEO, Don Digby Jr.
This year marks the 40-year anniversary of Navajo Express, a nationally recognized carrier. After purchasing the rights of Navajo Express in 1981, Don Digby Sr. has worked to create a family culture that focuses on bringing value-added solutions to their customers. Now owned and operated by his son, Don Digby Jr., Navajo Express is an industry leader in long-haul and dedicated transportation.
Throughout its existence, Navajo Express has received a multitude of awards ranging from safety recognitions to Top Company for Women to Work for in Transportation. Most recently, Navajo Express was selected by Commercial Carrier Journal (CCJ) as a top 250 carrier.
To honor this incredible milestone, Navajo Express will celebrate 40 Years of Family during the 2021 National Driver Appreciation Week, occurring September 12-18th. With a driver first mentality, Digby felt it was important to celebrate the anniversary in congruent with showing appreciation for those who have supported Navajo Express throughout the yearstheir professional drivers.
Digby states, Our 40 years of providing world-class customer service to our clients would not have been possible without our passionate family members and, most importantly, our drivers. I truly look forward to watching the team continue to push the envelope in the trucking industry while always having our drivers best interest in mind, CEO and owner adds. Bring on the next 40 years!
Navajo Express is an asset-based carrier headquartered in Colorado with terminals and offices in Utah, Arizona, Arkansas, and Florida. Navajo Express services include dedicated fleets, specialized equipment, truckload, and logistic services.
For more information on Navajo Express and their services, visit www.navajoexpress.com.