About Us

A 60-year legacy of connecting people to what they value most.

CCC By the Numbers:

  • 400 tractor rigs
  • More than 550 Dry Van trailers
  • 350 pneumatic cement tanks
  • 20 PIG tanks – portable pneumatic tank storage bins
  • 132,500 combined horsepower

Mission Statement

We exist to deliver safe, cost-effective transportation solutions to our customers and in so doing we will add value to our owners, customers, suppliers, the motoring public and ourselves.

Vision Statement

To be the safest and most successful truckload services company in America.

Company Timeline

1946
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Guy Bostick, Chief of Police in Bartow, FL sells his family car and buys a Ford tractor rig. As a young trucking entrepreneur with only an eighth-grade education, he begins hauling citrus north and bringing milk back to Florida.

1953
Commercial Carrier Corporation (CCC) founded by Bostick.

1955
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After obtaining certificate of authority, Bostick pioneers Dry Bulk cement delivery by truck with a fleet of 12 rigs. This transforms the construction industry by offering customers a faster, more economical means of transport. CCC establishes a Tampa terminal to support General Portland Cement Company and Ideal Cement Company – the two largest manufacturers in Florida at the time.

1956
Six trucks are added to the CCC fleet.

1958
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CCC adds four more trucks and becomes the only carrier for General Portland Cement. Lehigh Portland Cement Company abandons rail in favor of a long-term contract and partnership with CCC, which precipitates expansion into Miami.

1960
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With terminals in Auburndale, Tampa and Miami, a proven track record of excellent customer service and a growing cement demand, CCC diversifies into citrus, juices, consumer products and grocery retail. The CCC fleet is now 50 trucks strong.

1970
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Leveraging its diversified customer mix and commitment to safety, CCC perseveres through the Oil Embargo and challenging economic times – even adding new Florida terminals throughout the decade.

1983
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COMCAR Industries, Inc. Is incorporated and Commercial Carrier Corporation becomes a wholly owned subsidiary of COMCAR Industries, Inc.

2006
Commercial Carrier Corporation becomes CCC Transportation, LLC.

2013
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CCC remains the flagship carrier of COMCAR Industries. The CCC Transportation network is made up of 10 company owned terminals – each providing lower cost fuel, maintenance and, most importantly, home to the best and safest drivers on the road.

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