Committed to Quality & Safe Delivery
Delta has one of the lowest damage ratios in the industry. We are consistently a top performer when it comes to the lack of damages for vehicles moved for our OEMs, used car buyers and auctions.
Delta Auto Transport is invested in our trucks, our technology, and most importantly, our clients. We set the bar very high for quality standards and our performance metrics.
Delta spares no expense when it comes to quality. We give our expert staff the best equipment and technology the industry has to offer and they put it to work. In turn, we provide our clients with unmatched service, communication and low damages.
We are positioned to help distribute units in any direction needed. Our main office is located in Bound Brook, New Jersey, with additional support locations in Jessup, MD and Greer, SC. All of Delta’s locations have on-site managers to coordinate the flow of our truck traffic and distribution of freight.
The Delta fleet is comprised of specialized equipment that has the capability of transporting 1 to 10 vehicles per load, to any location nationwide.
Quality, safety, and a 100% Soft Tie System set us apart. We offer single, double and 4 car flatbeds, 9 car enclosed and 9/10 car open carriers to help move your inventory where and when you need it. Our fleet is one of the newest in the industry. We have an in-depth maintenance policy with truck service every 7500 miles. Also, we have state-of-the-art computer diagnostic equipment to help get the trucks back on the road in the shortest amount of time possible. We are continually updating the fleet with new Peterbilt trucks using efficient Paccar MX13 engines and the most current Cottrell trailers.
Our Commitment To Safety
Here at Delta Auto Transport we are proud of our commitment to safety; this is reflected by our excellent record. Delta is a family-owned company doing business since 1999 that has always been committed to the safety of our employees and the public.
We ensure safety and compliance by following the safety management cycle as outlined by the FMCSA:
Policies and procedures defines the “what” and “how” of a motor carrier’s operations. Policies establish the guidelines for how motor carriers and their employees behave in a given situation. Procedures explain how to accomplish policies. The other five SMPs focus on how to implement the policies and procedures.
Roles and responsibilities clearly defines what each employee should do to successfully implement the policies and procedures.
Qualification and hiring discusses recruiting and screening applicants to fulfill the roles and responsibilities for positions.
Training and communication outlines a motor carrier’s communication of its policies, procedures, roles, and responsibilities so that everyone understands the expectations and has the adequate skills and knowledge to perform their assigned function.
Monitoring and tracking concentrates on the need to have a system in place to monitor and track employee performance that enables companies to be aware of their employees’ safety performance and compliance with its policies and procedures and how they execute their roles and responsibilities. Monitoring represents the motor carrier looking at the performance of the operation, and Tracking is assessing the data collected leading to Meaningful Action.
Meaningful action gives motor carriers the tools to correct or improve employee behavior, including, for example, refresher training and positive reinforcement such as rewards or bonuses, in order to improve the motor carrier’s overall safety performance.