Meet GSC Carrier Simon Sok

GSC Logistics ∕ September

We’re continuing our celebration of National Truck Driver Appreciation Week, September 10-16, we wanted to show our appreciation to GSC’s carriers. Throughout each week in September, we will profile four carriers throughout the month – follow along!

This is our fourth installment in the series. If you’re new here, catch up on part three to learn a bit more about how GSC shows appreciation for our drivers and motor carriers year-round.

Learn more about the people who keep America moving. Meet GSC Carrier, Simon Sok.

Simon Sok

How long have you been a truck driver?  

I have been a truck driver since 2014, just shy of 10 years.  

How long have you been driving with GSC? 

I started driving with GSC as soon as I became a truck driver in 2014.  

Favorite part of being a driver?  

The flexibility is unmatched for me. I prioritize family and want a job that has the flexibility I need to be there daily for my family.  

Favorite part of doing Port Drayage? 

Often the work is fast-paced busy work. You don’t have to travel far to deliver loads, and you can return to the port to pick up new loads the same day. The schedule is very flexible, and I can still drop my kids off at school and work—all on my own schedule.  

Why do you like being a carrier for GSC? 

GSC is a great team to be a part of. The people at GSC are so nice and operate as a true team—including the carriers. Once a week, GSC holds a motor-carrier appreciation morning, complete with doughnuts, coffee and snacks for the road. Each week they listen to our challenges and problems and work to resolve them quickly. Any issues the carriers are having, they work to help resolve. GSC is a very helpful company to work with.  

What is your favorite food?  

Cambodian food.

Interested in becoming a carrier or driver with GSC? Apply to drive with us in Oakland or in the Pacific Northwest. Follow along our GSC carrier blogging series for more tips about being a truck driver, how to scale your business and more.  

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