Todd Ison is a Crookston All-Star because of his work ethic and the selflessness he has shown this year.
Joe Clark wears many hats as a technician in the manufacturing project. He is a capable plumber and shop tool repairman and turns his hand to welding when necessary. Joe started with Transystems as a laborer in 2012.
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He will work as many extra days as we can give him, doing it with the ‘Aaron smile,”’ Tim said.
“There is no job too big or too small for Robert to embrace and follow through to completion,” Nampa Project Manager Jim Woodward said. Robert has been with Transystems for five years and has worked in all aspects of the Nampa Project including line
Transystems new Ranger systems provide good reporting and timely information.
“A Ranger is a full-fledged computer in the cab of every one of our trucks that allows us to capture many data points,” @Dan Brennan, Vice President of IT
Crookston All-Star Warren Tvedt is a driver during most of the campaign but steps in as a loader operator during tear down. “Warren is an All-Star because he is a true team player,” Project Manager Robin Novak said.
Transystems is accepting applications for a three week company sponsored CDL training course in East Grand Forks, Minnesota. Classes begin Monday, June 13th
Boise All Star Gene Brown is always ready to go on short notice. “on this project, the is a good thing since one day we are ahead with no loads to haul and next day we are five drivers short,” Project Manager Kirk Ellingford said
Eric Pyrnn has been a linehaul driver for the Boise project since 2012. He has not had a loss during his time with Transystems and is always willing to pitch in however and whenever he is ne