company

We’re purposeful,
yet practical.

We’re committed to doing the right thing in every aspect of our business. In practical terms, this means we seek to hire a diverse workforce, reduce our greenhouse gas emissions, and operate transparently—all while giving back to the communities we serve.

We’re purposeful, yet practical.

SAFETY

Safety is more than just a
core value. It’s the true
core of our company.

We believe wholeheartedly that safety is non-negotiable. Nothing—and we mean nothing— is more important to us, and we are uncompromising in our commitment to the health, safety, and security of our employees, drivers, partners, clients, community, and environment.

Our Safety MEASURES

Empowerment

Each of our employees pledges a safety commitment when they begin working for us. We then empower each and every employee to call a “safety time out,” whenever and wherever they feel it’s needed, allowing each individual to proactively identify, control, and help eliminate risk. We believe in accountability and responsibility, and we give each employee the training and tools to take ownership in safety outcomes.

Safety Training

Safety training is a crucial part of The GTI Group’s commitment to safety. We provide ongoing training on topics such as road and office safety, compliance, health, and business ethics.

Technology

We believe in the power of technology to support a well-defined, intentional safety culture. Not only does technology help us track safety trends and critical data that we can weaponize in our favor—using tools such as GPS, outward-facing event recorders and a driver performance management platform (Idelic)— but it also complements and enhances our behavior-based safety program, giving us greater insight into our performance and helping us identify new training opportunities and build a best-in-class team.

Enterprise-wide Emergency Action Plan

As our organization grows and our world becomes increasingly interconnected, so does our enterprise-wide emergency action plan, which includes tools, processes, and communications to support emergency response, employee and community safety, disaster recovery and business continuity. Our plan outlines how we resume disrupted operations and respond to crises in our surrounding communities, enabling us to coordinate operations and allocations to those around us in need.

Safety is more than just a core value. It’s the true core of our company.

SAFETY

It’s more than being green.
It’s a values-driven
approach to ESG.

We’re committed to doing the right thing in every aspect of our business. As an organization, The GTI Group has resolved to pursue a more sustainable, equitable, and inclusive future, using our shared values to guide our approach to social responsibility, environmental, and governance (ESG) initiatives. In practical terms, this means we seek to hire a diverse workforce, reduce our greenhouse gas emissions, and operate transparently—all while giving back to the communities we serve.

It’s more than being green. It’s a values-driven approach to ESG.

Our Safety MEASURES

Updated Fleet

One of the benefits of working with The GTI Group is our commitment to an updated fleet. We're proud to operate a fleet with 80% of our trucks being fewer than five years old. A newer fleet means our trucks meet or exceed emission regulations, protecting the environment through increased fuel economy and cleaner-burning vehicles. Some call it green. We call it smart.

Energy-Efficient Fleet

By deploying trucks that are lighter in weight, we can haul heavier payloads, which means fewer trucks are required—reducing overall emissions. Our freight- brokerage team also has tried and true processes for planning logistics, scheduling loads, and matching carefully screened carriers with cargo. By using capacity already existing in the marketplace, we help reduce the number of empty trucks on the roads. It’s a win/win for efficiency and sustainability.

Community-Driven Sustainability Efforts

At The GTI Group, we often partner with our clients, local communities, ports, law enforcement, and local/regional government agencies to reduce our emissions. In fact, we worked with a number of organizations to use the Port Freeport's heavy-lift corridor, which has resulted in a 40% reduction in the number of trucks required, and a reduction of CO2 by 2.1 million pounds annually, as well as an average reduction of 4.5 tons of NOx per year.

We’re different and diverse.
In every possible way.

At The GTI Group, we believe that our strategic diversity, equity,

and inclusion (DE&I) plan helps us in every area of our

business. We believe in fostering an inclusive environment

that takes into consideration a wide variety of individual

characteristics, values, beliefs, experiences, backgrounds,

preferences, and behaviors. It’s by fostering a diversity of

thought, training, hiring, developing, and educating that we

can truly live up to our truest organizational potential.

We’re different and diverse. In every possible way.

News

GTI Group

Driver Appreciation Week

Driver Appreciation Week has come to an end, but our gratitude has not. Each year we enjoy being able to celebrate our professional truck drivers for all they do, not only for Jetco, but for our communities as well. You help keep America running and one week of celebration will never be enough so once again THANK YOU! Until next year!

#DriverAppreciationWeek #goingtheextramile #ThankATruckDriver

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Make a Difference to Children Month

July was Make a Difference to Children Month. The movement behind this month was started in 2006 by Kim Ratz. Being a child advocate, Ratz wanted people to recognize how making a difference in children’s lives can lead to a better society in the long run. At the start of it many believe this was not a useful cause because of the huge number of children who needed help, but Ratz insisted that the number of children needing help is not the issue. The issue is how many people are willing to come forward and help at least one child.

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