Joseph Morrissey, CTL president and chief executive officer, stands with one of the newest Mack tractors in the fleet and a 1999 LBT Inc insulated chemical trailer. The chemical hauler runs one of the youngest tractor fleets in the industry—with most of the trucks less than 15 months old. The company has grown into a diversified $40 million chemical hauler with a national focus.
CTL driver Joe Stone discusses electronic driver log procedures with Joan Pfeiffer, CTL driver training instructor.
Caustics are transported in this 5,000-gallon stainless steel trailer assigned to Comcar’s Tampa FL terminal.
A new CTL tractor is readied for service at Comcar’s central maintenance shop in Auburndale FL.
CTL tractors can be thoroughly washed at Comcar’s headquarters terminal in Auburndale FL.
Chemical tank trailers are specified with Betts outlet valves and domelids.
Some of the newest tractors in the CTL fleet were specified with hose and fittings cabinets from Sturdy-Lite.
TriPac auxiliary power units help reduce engine idle time when trucks are parked and drivers are in the sleeper.
Girard pressure-relief vents are standard on CTL Transportation’s chemical trailers.
About 65% of the trailer fleet has PSI’s tire management inflation system.
Flashing yellow lights on CTL tank trailers provide an extra measure of safety.
Roper product pumps are standard equipment for the CTL fleet.
BlindSpotter is part of the safety technology that is part the Bendix Wingman Advanced system used on CTL’s Mack tractors.
Terminals belonging to CTL’s parent company Comcar have in-house fueling capabilities.
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