Accommodating, benevolent, cooperative, friendly, kind, invaluable, neighborly, pragmatic, and supportive are adjectives that have been used to describe NCI truck fleet owner, Curtis Rabb. Anyone who has met and worked with Rabb is usually quick to share what an upstanding person he is. Most will have a story that exemplifies one of the aforementioned attributes.
The NCI portion of the Curtis Rabb story begins on July 24, 2000. Living in Arlington, TX, owner operator Curtis joined NCI driving on the 48 state lease. Over the next 6-7 years, he learned National Carrier’s freight base and operating structure. He began to consider buying an additional truck.
Currently, long-time owner operator, David Long, is operating Rabb’s second truck. David said, “Curtis needed a driver and my truck had been involved in an accident. I told him I would drive his truck while I tried to figure out what direction I was going to go.” David is still driving for Rabb and shares, “Long story short – I am still driving his truck. I think Curtis is one of the finest individuals I know.”
A year later, Rabb added an additional truck that former owner operator Mack Anderson now drives. Six months later, he followed with the purchase of the truck that his brother, Nathan, operates. The latest truck Curtis has added to his fleet is driven by Keith Smith. Earlier it was operated by Luis Vera, who joined the NCI Truck Leasing program with Rabb’s approval. “It delights me to see my drivers better themselves, whether it is using my equipment to make a living or moving on to better themselves,” Curtis said, “After all, it is my reliable drivers that make my fleet successful,” he concluded.
In addition to overseeing his fleet trucks, Rabb drives his truck within Texas, focused on hauling Taylor Farms and Nestle freight. Curtis is featured on the National Carriers YouTube channel. His video has become one of the most popular, probably because he really is all of the positive adjectives folks use to describe him.
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