Pride through

Performance means

Overdelivering

We realize that our customers need accurate real time information on their freight, and we utilize the latest hardware and software to give them this vital information.

The Average Age of our Equipment is just 12 Months –

Through a yearly trade cycle we are able to maintain an average equipment age of just 12 months. This means less breakdowns, better fuel economy, and a more comfortable environment for our drivers.

Communication

We utilize Omnitracs (Formally Qualcomm) satellite equipment to easily communicate with our drivers on the road and to accurately track the location and movement of our equipment. In addition we use a mobile app that lets our drivers submit their paperwork digitally from their cell phones as well as a host of other features.

Your office has a

new view every day

What better way to see the beautiful scenery of America than riding tall on her highways. She’s waiting for you, and so are we.

Driven

Since 1978

Earl L. Henderson Trucking

Was founded in 1978 and incorporated in 1981. In 1990 the company was purchased by John Kaburick, and at that time operated 87 tractors and 145 temperature controlled trailers. Through Johns’ business savvy and hands-on leadership, the company was able to more than quadruple in size by 2010. Sadly, John Kaburick passed away in April 2014, but through his foresight and a great succession plan, his son Josh Kaburick was able to take the reins of Henderson Trucking as they passed into his capable hands. In October of 2015 Earl L Henderson Trucking joined with Prime Inc under their Advanced Fleet Program. Still completely family owned, Henderson Trucking has leveraged the advantages of a massive 6000+ tractor fleet with the hands-on and personal attention of a family run company to deliver outstanding performance to its customers and dedicated and caring support to its employees.

Henderson Trucking has offices located approximately 10 miles east of St. Louis, Missouri in Caseyville, IL and 70 miles east of St. Louis, Missouri in the small town of Salem, Illinois.