Ron Siefker honored as MTS Corporate Driver of the month for March 2015!


Ron Siefker honored as MTS Corporate Driver of the month for March 2015

20150423_180551_resized_1Martin Transportation Systems wishes to congratulate Ron Siefker from our Lima, OH terminal as corporate driver of the month for March 2015!

Ron started his career with MTS in September 2012. When asked about Ron, Lima Safety Manager Bobby Rahrig stated, “Ron is a huge asset to our team. He drives 30 miles to the terminal everyday and is always on time, even when it snows!” Ron is the kind of driver our safety department likes to see. He’s had zero safety or performance issues in 2 and ½ years.


For the month of March he averaged:

Metric MTS Requirement Actual Difference
Fuel Economy  6.9 MPG 7.15 .-25
Over RPM %  .2% .70% -.5%
Long Idle %  40% 1.16% -38.84%


Other finalists who are named Terminal Driver of the Month for March include:

  • Theresa Woodfield – Bertrand, MO
  • Christopher Cooksey – Burton, MI
  • Norma Belvin – Grand Prairie, TX
  • Edward Gorman – Byron Center, MI
  • Efrain Jauregui – Kansas City, KS
  • Dan Cole – Lansing, MI
  • Michael Swartz – Marshall, MI
  • Lawrence Jr Montgomery – Morristown, TN
  • Daniel Smith – Port Huron, MI
  • Johnny Braden – Spring Hill, TN
  • Starley Shelton – Toledo, OH
  • James Hough – Belvidere, IL
  • Laura L Samuels – Indianapolis, IN
  • Perry Wise – Coldwater, MI
  • Chris Bialek – Windsor, ON Canada
  • Jeff Gillespie – Springfield, MO
  • Juan Hernandez – Laredo, TX
  • Scott Smith – Geneseo, IL


These drivers will receive a Driver of the Month certificate, and will still be eligible in the coming months to win Corporate Driver of the Month, as long as they continue to meet the criteria.   Criteria for Driver of the Month includes fuel mileage, truck operation statistics, no CSA points, no tickets, no accidents, no log issues, no injuries, no customer complaints, no SpeedGauge issues, attitude, truck upkeep, and no at-fault late loads.

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