Driving Force Named Alumni of Best Managed Companies

Driving Force's staff. Photo courtesy of Driving Force.
Driving Force's staff. Photo courtesy of Driving Force.

Driving Force Vehicle Rentals, Sales, and Leasing has been named an alumni member of Canada’s Best Managed Companies for 2015.

This is the 10th consecutive year that Driving Force has been named to the Best Managed Companies list. The Best Managed program recognizes companies that excel in demonstrating overall business performance, sustained growth, and job creation.

The alumni member designation is new this year. According to Driving Force, it is proud to be one of this award’s inaugural members.

Driving Force has also been named as one of Canada’s Most Admired Corporate Cultures since 2014 and named one of Canada’s Top Small and Medium Employers in 2015.

Driving Force provides trucks and specialty vehicles to companies in western Canada and the Arctic. In recent years, it has expanded to serve Ontario and the Atlantic provinces.

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