J&M Tank lines recently placed First in the Tank Division of the Alabama Trucking Association’s Fleet Safety Awards for 2016. This award is based off of accident frequency for all miles traveled in the State of Alabama for the calendar year of 2016. We thank our drivers and the J&M Team that supports them to […]

These days there’s a lot of emphasis on hightechsafety systems such as collision mitigation, but Randy Watson is afirm believer that safety at any trucking company starts at the top. “I’ve been doing this since 1987, and I’m a firm believer that regardless of how fancy the technology and how much money you spend, no […]

The National Tank Truck Carriers Inc is an association composed of over 240 trucking companies in North America. Sumerford expressed great respect for his predecessors, in accepting his position as chairman of the trucking association’s executive committee. Mr. Sumerford serves as CEO of J&M Tank Lines, Inc.,a family owned trucking company, that focuses on high […]

J&M Tank Lines Inc, named Grand Champion of the 2016 Georgia Fleet Safety Awards by the Georgia Motor Trucking Association, equips its fleet of Kenworth tractors with a growing number of Bendix systems. Most recently, Birmingham AL-based J&M Tank Lines took delivery of 20 Kenworth daycab tractors equipped with Bendix’s flagship collision mitigation system, Wingman […]

PICTURED LEFT TO RIGHT ARE:  KYLE GAILEY – VICE PRESIDENT OF OPERATIONS, RANDY WATSON – VICE PRESIDENT OF SAFETY, AND BILLYLOLLAR – VICE PRESIDENT OF MAINTENANCE. J&M Tank Lines, Inc. won first place in the Tank Division category for 5-10 million miles traveled in Georgia for 2015.  J&M also won Grand Champion in the unlimited category for all miles traveled nationally.  The awards were presented at the Annual Awards Banquet at Lake Lanier Island in Buford, GA on May 7th. […]

For Harold Sumerford, his year as 2015/2016 chairman of National Tank Truck Carriers was anything but routine or boring. The association and its leadership had to contend with a tidal wave of regulatory changes from the federal government, economic challenges, and more organizational changes designed to strengthen NTTC. Economic issues facing the tank truck sector […]