Published by the Chatham News + Record
BEAR CREEK — As the state of North Carolina begins to “stay at home” as ordered by N.C. Gov. Roy Cooper last week, trucks and truck drivers are continuing their work to keep the supply chains moving — even as they face their own unique set of challenges.
Jeff Wilson, president of Wilson Brothers Trucking in Bear Creek, said that his business is continuing its work, with more demand to cover expanding needs of shippers.
Wilson Brothers Trucking, which has been serving transportation needs for more than 70 years, handles mostly animal agriculture such as poultry, livestock, swine and dairy delivered locally and regionally. About 15 percent of the business’ work is freight.