~ Transporting And Delivering With Excellence ~ Since 1940

A Family Heritage, A Promising Future.......

Wilson Brothers Milling And Trucking Company strives to set the standard of excellence in our industry by providing service that exceeds our customers’ expectations while offering our employees rewarding opportunities in a safe work environment, understanding that they truly make our Company great.
 
Hauling over 20,000,000 pounds of freight weekly in the Continental United States, we give superior service to our customers and assure them delivery of all loads in a safe and timely manner is the first priority of doing business.
 
We are committed to providing excellent jobs, working conditions, wages and opportunities, in exchange for loyalty, initiative, skill, care and effort. We offer a comprehensive - competitive benefit package.

To learn more about transporting freight or employment opportunities, call 919.837.2131 or come by our office at 20412 HWY 902 Bear Creek.

Our goal is to become the best in our industry, not the largest, but second to none in customer service, reliability and dependability.

Wilson Brothers, Serving Our Customers Since 1940.

Company News...

72-Hour Truck Inspection Blitz Set For June 4-6.

Wilson Brothers has educated their Drivers how to always be prepared for Safety Awarnes and the Essential Elements for sucessfully keeping Drivers safe but equally as important keeping those around them safe.

The annual three-day roadside commercial vehicle Safety Roadcheck will focus this year on cargo securement and educating drivers about the upcoming changes in hours of service regulations.

The event, organized by the truck safety officials group the Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance, involves thousands of CVSA-certified local, state and federal commercial vehicle inspections fanning out across North America at some 1,500 locations, June 4-6.

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National Association
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Small Trucking Companies

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