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Community Involvement

FleetNet is proud to serve as a corporate sponsor each year to organizations in Cherryville, North Carolina, and surrounding areas on a financial and volunteer basis. We sponsor several local sports teams as well as art and academic programs in the community. FleetNet also contributes regularly to area educational programs and foundations along with various civic and recreational organizations.

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FleetNet News

Nov 28

“Four million times, our customers have turned to us in emergency situations, and 4 million times, FleetNet America employees have responded and gotten our customers’ assets back on the road,” said Gary Cummings, president and CEO of FleetNet America. “We get fleets up and running faster than anyone in the industry. This milestone could not have been reached without our loyal customers and our vendor partners.” 

Oct 7

As Hurricane Matthew engages the Florida, Georgia and South Carolina coastlines, we continue to monitor the weather.

Many of FleetNet’s vendors along the coastlines have been evacuated, and other, more inland vendors may face closed roads in the next several days because of storm damage. FleetNet is working with vendors outside the evacuated areas to assist customers who experience breakdowns along the Interstate 95 corridor in Florida, Georgia and South Carolina. For this reason, assistance may be delayed.

Jul 15
FleetNet America®, an ArcBestSM company (Nasdaq: ARCB) and leading provider of maintenance and repair services for medium- and heavy-duty vehicles, announces the hiring of Don Doty as vice president of vendor relations.
Jun 28

When a customer needed to find a large parking lot to hold 100 trailers, they called the TMcare® team at FleetNet America for help. 

Jun 28

Sometimes creating a solution for a customer requires some out-of-the-box thinking, and FleetNet America employee Garrett Stroupe found a way to utilize an unusual source to help a customer in need.