Coast to Coast.


Going from Point A to Point B is simple – especially when you have a 500-truck fleet at your service. But we’re more than a freight carrier. We’re in the business of building connections. It’s why we’re employee-owned and faith-driven. It’s why we view our drivers as partners as well as family. And it’s why we’re known as one of the leading contract carriage and truckload service providers in the U.S.

We’re always looking for new drivers, customers, and connections.

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When it comes to working with drivers, Nussbaum has once again been recognized as one of North America’s best-of-the-best in the for-hire trucking segment.

Over the years, we've had many different trailer designs – but the one constant has been our commitment to our customers, our employees, and above all, our faith in God.

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Terminal Exchange

The Official Podcast of Nussbaum Transportation

Terminal Exchange explores key topics and compelling stories in the trucking industry. Gain fresh perspectives, enjoy a hearty laugh, and take away valuable lessons for the long haul.

New episodes arrive every other Tuesday!

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“If you take care of your people, everything else will take care of itself.”
My father's words are still true today – as we continue to be guided by Biblical principles and prayer in everything we do at Nussbaum.

Brent NussbaumCEO