Colorado Crude Carriers has grown from 1 truck to 38 trucks over the last 18 years. At a time when some fleets are maintaining the status quo, we continue to grow.
We recently added a new truck and pup to the fleet. We have broken ground on our new facility located on five acres. It will include five drive-through bays with large spacious offices. We will be moving there in 2015. Contact us today for more information!
We're proud to let you know that this year has been one of growth for us, including an expansion of our network. Thanks to all!
We are so excited to have moved into our new facility!
Our fleet is operated by trained and experienced drivers who transport crude oil to and from various tank batteries to the local refinery or rail spurs in adjoining states. Colorado Crude Carriers is always seeking new partnerships for the expansion of services. Contact us today for more details!
We were awarded the Circle of Safety award from Pinnacol Assurance on November 28th, 2016. Out of 55,000 Colorado companies, we were one of three in Greeley awarded the honor. The award was in recognition of our dedication to keeping Colorado workers safe on the job. The criteria for the award was an audit of our Risk Management Program which Includes our Safety Program, Risk Control, Financial Management and Claims Management in reference to workers compensation claims and requires a detailed implemented Safety Program.
We celebrated with a lunch for all our employees provided by Pinnacol Assurance with support from Flood & Peterson at our Colorado Crude facility.
Love my job and the people I Work for and with, Greatest people ever!
Great group of guys to work with!
I couldn't imagine driving for anyone else. Rod and Karen Steely are a class act and the way they run their business, treat employees and deal with customers is proof. Wish there were more than 5-stars!
Our company is a safety-conscious, family-oriented workplace. We proudly support the local community by sponsoring high school football events, a soccer traveling team and a state championship baseball team, as well as providing computers for a science teacher at a local high school.