Regency Transportation and Regency Warehousing & Distribution have been providing safe, professional, and affordable logistics solutions for 30 years. Starting with one tractor Rick Giroux borrowed a trailer and opened for business in 1985. Since then his vision and determination has led Regency to a fleet of 150 tractors, 700 trailers and a half-million square feet of warehousing space in six locations.
Today Regency remains a privately held, family business and continues on a steady growth path. Rick remains at the head of the company, his brother Paul serves as Vice President and Read More
Truckers Against Trafficking (TAT) is a non-profit organization that exists to educate, equip, empower and mobilize the trucking industry to combat human trafficking as part of their regular jobs. Domestic sex trafficking occurs along our nation's highways and at its truck stops, where traffickers can sell their victims to a transient population they believe are less likely to attempt rescue. In response, TAT is asking the 3 million domestic truckers, as well as other members of the trucking industry, to become aware of this issue, and, when they suspect a human trafficking case, to call the national hotline and report it. Visit our website at www.truckersagainsttrafficking.org to learn more.
Massachusetts Truck Driving Championship
2015 / 04 / 06 -
Massachusetts Truck Driving Championship Sunday, May 17, 2015 New England Tractor Trailer School 1600 Osgood Street North Andover, MA Regency participated in its first ever MMTA truck driving championship last year when Regional driver Harold Carter…
Congratulations Harold Carter!
2014 / 10 / 02 -
Regional Driver Harold Carter took 1st Place in the 5-Axle Class at the 2014 Massachu-setts Truck Driving Championship. The competition took place on Sunday June 22nd in West Boylston, MA. The event consisted of a written exam,…
2014 / 10 / 02 -
Information dedicated to driver safety School Bus Safety Dear Driver, September marks the end of summer vacations, the resumption of “normal” traffic on the highways, and the return of more pleasant driving temperatures. But what is “normal”…