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GO Riteway Transportation Receives Prestigious Safety Rating

Posted on January 2, 2013

GERMANTOWN, Wis. — GO Riteway Transportation Group, based in Richfield, Wis., was approved by the Transportation Safety Exchange as a “safer motor carrier” on Dec. 5, 2012, after completing the Transportation Safety Exchange Comprehensive Review.

The TSX is the ground transportation industry’s only independent rating organization that inspects, monitors and reports the safety performance of motor carriers.

Ronald Bast, President of GO Riteway said, “We're so pleased to have earned this recognition. It demonstrates that we have implemented the highest standards of safety. GO Riteway is very serious about our commitment to safety and now with TSX Approval, we can be recognized for achieving and maintaining the most stringent safety standards.”

“Being TSX Approved demonstrates a motor carrier's dedication to better safety standards,” TSX President Patrick Labriola said. “In today's crowded marketplace, it is important for customers to have a way to identify the safer carriers on the road. With TSX Approval, carriers demonstrate that they are making safety a top priority.”

GO Riteway Transportation Group was founded in 1957 and is now in its third generation of family leadership. GO Riteway is committed to providing the best, most dependable and safest transportation for business travelers, tourists, students and local residents.

Source: GO Riteway Transportation Group

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