Don Digby, Sr. Recognized by the Colorado Motor Carriers Association

Tuesday, June 23, 2015

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Meet Don Digby, Chairman of the Board of Navajo Express. While most people know Don Digby as being the founder and one of the owners of Colorado’s largest trucking company, Navajo Shippers, few people know about Don’s other passion which is Craig Hospital. Don’s involvement with Craig began after he was involved in a serious accident in December, 2000.

Navajo Express Drivers Compete in the 2015 Colorado Truck Driving Championships

Tuesday, June 9, 2015

Navajo Express had four drivers compete in the 2015 Colorado Truck Driving Championship. This year marked the 50th anniversary of the event, put on by the Colorado Motor Carriers Association (CMCA), and was held at the Adams County Fairgrounds.

CMCA Truck Rodeo

Navajo Express to Introduce New Air King Pin Release Tractors to Fleet

Tuesday, June 2, 2015

DENVER, Colorado – Starting in June, 2015, Navajo Express will begin to receive orders of Peterbilt and Kenworth tractors with the Air King Pin Releases installed. Driver injuries associated with connecting or disconnecting a trailer are listed as one of the most common occurrences in lost-work days within the trucking industry*. This new pin release system is designed to remove the need to manually release the fifth wheel when connecting a tractor to trailer, drastically lowering the risk of injury for our drivers.

Navajo Express Featured in the May 25th Edition of Transport Topics

Thursday, May 28, 2015

Navajo Express was featured in the May 25th edition of Transport Topics in an article relating to the carrier being honored for new safety policies and procedures. Navajo Express continues to make the safe operation of all of our vehicles the top priority for all of our drivers, keeping both them and the general public safe.

Navajo Express Featured in the Commercial Carrier Journal

Wednesday, May 13, 2015

Originally published by, article by Aaron Huff.

High-tech driver recruiting, part I: speed dating

Remember when drivers used to stream into your office or congest your 1-800 number to apply for jobs? Recruiting was never that easy, but it might seem so when compared to the present situation. The future doesn’t look any better.

The trucking industry could immediately fill 30,000 driving positions. Carriers also will need to fill 100,000 positions every year for the next decade to keep up with freight volumes and to replace drivers leaving the workforce, estimates the American Trucking Associations.

The severity of the driver shortage is compounded by the fact that only a small fraction of job applicants are qualified. To compete for this small pool, a growing number of fleets are using technology to streamline their recruiting and hiring process.

Navajo Express To Participate in the 2015 CVSA 72 Hour International Roadcheck Event

Monday, May 4, 2015

Starting June 2nd through the 4th, Navajo Express will be participating in the 2015 Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance’s (CVSA) 28th annual international roadcheck event. During this time, CVSA-certified officials and federal inspectors will be conducting inspections with added emphasis placed on the “Top 9 Areas” for compliance and safety. These areas include: brakes; coupling devices; fuel and exhaust systems; frame, fan and open-top trailers; lighting; steering; suspension; tires, wheels, rims, and hubs; and securement of cargo.

“This event ties into everything we are doing at Navajo to keep safety our priority. Using the tools and training that the CVSA has made available to our drivers, we will use this opportunity to reinforce safe loading techniques, and performing proper vehicle maintenance inspections,” said Allen Lowry, SVP of Safety at Navajo Express. “By doing so, we not only keep our drivers and the public safe, but it helps us to identify maintenance issues with our vehicles and keep our customers’ freight moving.”

According to the CVSA, the average cost before fines or repairs for failing an inspection is $861 for each truck put out of service.  Last year, 18.7 percent of vehicles were put out-of-service during the inspection, which saw more than 72,000 vehicles inspected.

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Navajo Express is Hiring an Accounts Receivable Supervisor

Thursday, April 30, 2015

Navajo Express is currently hiring an Accounts Receivables Supervisor. This position requires an individual to manage all aspects of the accounts receivable department including all processes and procedures performed by the accounts receivable associates. This hire will also need to motivate and offer guidance and assistance to accounts receivable associates to aid in the performance of their job functions.

Navajo Express is Hiring a Claims/Risk Manager

Monday, April 27, 2015

Navajo Express is currently hiring a Claims/Risk Manager. This role is responsible for the organizing, planning and controlling all operations of the Risk Management Department. This individual will also be responsible for the development and management of long and short range programs for liability insurance risks, and related services for the purpose of minimizing insurance liability.

Navajo Express is hiring a Customer Service Representative at our Salt Lake City Terminal

Thursday, April 16, 2015

Navajo Express is currently hiring a Customer Service Representative- Located in our Salt Lake City terminal.

The Customer Service Representative is responsible for supporting the logistics team by providing a high level of service to our customers in a fast paced environment. The CSR is responsible for tracking freight, providing customer  updates, responding to customer  concerns and Soliciting loads from customers.

Navajo Express is Hiring a Sales Manager

Navajo Express is looking for a new Sales Manager to join our growing team. The Sales Manager is responsible for sales of Navajo services in a specified region within a major geographical area, and we expect this individual to not only add new customers, but to also build business opportunities with our existing clients.  This will be accomplished in a professional, ethical, and respectful manner with our internal Navajo customers along with our external customers.