As you can see, Dan loves what he does. Following in his fathers' footsteps, he started in the trucking industry 38 years ago as a driver for various companies such as; Montgomery Ward’s, Quality Transport, and Hughes Market. In 1980 Dan began to drive for himself as an owner operator till 1985 when he got out of the truck to manage major trucking companies such as; Manufacturer Transport, Inc., Chemical Transfer, and Bulk Carrier Services. Dan has been in tanker industry for 16 years, and opened D.C. Logistics in 2003.
Dan runs a fleet of five tractors, seven tankers, one van, and has a vast network for his brokerage. While that alone keeps him very busy, he is known for hopping in the truck for special deliveries or giving his drivers a day off. He works very hard to be a fair employer giving his drivers the respect and benefits they deserve, while making sure that customers are satisfied with D.C. services and personnel. While there are many standards in the tanker industry, D.C. is exceptional at catering to individual customers’ needs.
Dan has a love for anything with wheels, whether it is 18 wheels or two. In his spare time he is maintaining his fleet of collector vehicles which he keeps clean and running. He was the president for Victor Valley Vettes (VVV) car club (http://www.vvvettes.com ), but has stepped down to create more time for running D.C., although he is still very active. VVV stays active in the community raising money for such charities as; High Desert Domestic Violence Center, Loma Linda Rhonald McDonald House, and other community charities.