AUBURNDALE, FLA. November 7, 2019. CTL Transportation, LLC, an operating company of Comcar Industries, has been recognized as a conforming Responsible Care® Partner by the American Chemistry Council. This was the result of Responsible Care® audits at CTL Transportation’s headquarters in Auburndale and its terminal locations in Jacksonville, Fla. and Mobile, Ala.

CTL Transportation is a liquid bulk chemical carrier, with dedicated fleets, specialized equipment and single-sourcing for bulk shipments.

“On behalf of all the employees at CTL Transportation, we are honored to be recognized by the Responsible Care Program of the American Chemistry Council for our efforts to improve the quality of our service to the chemicals industry,” said Mike Ryan, president and CEO of Comcar Industries, the non-operating parent of CTL. “We work to continuously improve how we conduct business in the chemical marketplace, which we owe to CTL Transportation’s employees and drivers for their dedication to improving the advancement of our initiatives.”

In the Responsible Care® audit conducted by Midland Engineering, Ltd., it was noted that “safety and Drive Safety to Zero is deeply embedded into the CTL culture. The company has developed an excellent Responsible Care manual that clearly outlines all their policies, programs and procedures for the management to meet the Responsible Care Technical Specifications. And that the company conducts ongoing meetings to improve direct communication from drivers to find out any issues they may be having as to resolve problems and provide feedback.”

ABOUT COMCAR Since 1953, the operating companies of Comcar Industries have worked to achieve the highest standards of safety, compliance and operational efficiency. Comcar companies provide truck transport for the distribution of key commodities like cement, chemicals, lumber, refrigerated and dry goods. It offers 48-state service with more than 40 strategically located operating locations across the country that work to provide high volume and repetition lanes that translate to better home time for drivers and reliability for customers.

ABOUT RESPONSIBLE CARE Responsible Care® is the chemical manufacturing industry’s environmental, health, safety and security performance initiative. For more than 30 years, Responsible Care has helped American Chemistry Council (ACC) member companies significantly enhance their performance and improve the health and safety of their employees, the communities in which they operate and the environment as a whole . Responsible Care is a global initiative that began in Canada in 1984, was enacted by the U.S. chemical industry in 1988, and today is practiced in 68 economies around the world. Participation in Responsible Care is a condition of membership for ACC members and Responsible Care Partner companies, all of which have made CEO-level commitments to uphold the program elements. For more information, visit. https://responsiblecare.americanchemistry.com.