Truck Specifications

Gordon Trucking’s fleet is almost entirely made up of late model Freightliner Cascadia and Cascadia Evolution sleeper and day cab trucks with air ride cabs and suspension. A lot of our trucks come equipped with a Thermoking TriPac auxiliary power unit that includes a 1000 watt inverter and a bunk heater. All trucks are equipped with mobile communication technology including electronic driver log technology to improve efficiency and convenience for our professional drivers. The entire fleet is meticulously maintained which can be verified by checking Gordon Trucking’s CSA Maintenance Basic percentile.

Features to get the job done.

Comfort for all your needs.

  • Cummins ISX15 or Detroit DD15 engines
  • Eaton 10 speed manual or Detroit DT12 automated manual transmissions
  • Thermoking TriPac auxiliary power unit with a 1800 watt inverter and bunk heater
  • 72” raised roof sleeper with complete insulation
  • Outside temperature gauge
  • AM/FM CD stereo system with auxiliary ports
  • Air conditioning
  • Satellite communication
  • Dual 100 gallon capacity fuel tanks
  • Sliding fifth wheel
  • Inside cab fifth wheel air release
  • Tilt/Telescoping steering wheel
  • Cruise control on steering wheel
  • Air ride suspension
  • Air ride cab
  • Dual air ride seats with arm rests
  • LED Headlights
  • Polished Aluminum Wheels
  • PrePass and Toll Pass

Latest News

Zealey Jones honored as GTI's Driver of the Month for February

Gordon Trucking would like to recognize Zealey Jones as our February Driver of the Month.  Zealey began with GTI a year ago, but has been driving for over 5 years.  Before driving, he worked in a scrap mill processing steel to recycle.  Zealey was born and raised on a farm in Illinois and has been operating heavy equipment his entire life.

Joseph and Chandra Botelho named 2014 Professional Truck Drivers of the Year

Gordon Trucking, Inc. is excited to announce Joseph and Chandra Botelho as its 2014 Drivers of the Year recipient.  The prestigious title was declared Saturday, February 21st at the company’s annual business meeting held at the Emerald Downs in Auburn, Wash.  This is a first time a team has won Driver of the Year.

Joseph and Chandra joined the other 9 Driver of the Year finalists from across the country in a two day celebration that included lunch with fleet managers including discussions with the GTI maintenance departments and included dinner with GTI’s Executive team.

Robert Skorney honored as GTI’s Driver of the Month for January

Gordon Trucking would like to recognize Robert Skorney as our January Driver of the Month.  Robert has been with GTI for 3 and a half years and has been driving truck for almost 5 years.  Before trucking he was a high school math and science teacher for over 18 years. 

Robert drives on the Temperature Control fleet and runs all over the 48 states.  One of his strengths is his attention to detail.