Your Success is our Success

About Us

Curt Raveill’s successful venture into the transportation business started in 1980 when he bought his first truck hauling locally in the timber industry.  By 2002 he had grown to five trucks and started Raveill Trucking, Inc. hauling van freight to 48 states.   Raveill Trucking currently has 50 trucks and 105 trailers.

Raveill Trucking’s number one guiding principal is “Safety”.  We have integrated modern Technology into our Volvo fleet for the safety of our drivers.   We are an award winning Value- Driven company under Great West Casualty with an excellent safety rating.   

Technology and innovation are always on the forefront of our business strategies.  Our trucks are equipped with PeopleNet Fleet Manager systems, which are linked to our dispatch software making it easy to send the load information directly to the driver.  It also updates our customers as to the location of the trucks via EDI.    We were also one of the first in our industry to install Satellite T.V.’s in the trucks for our drivers.

We are known for our honest approach to all situations along with the integrity of our word and the uncanny ability to find a way to “get the job done.”  It is these values that contribute to our outstanding customer delivery rate of 99.8%.

With our moto “Perfectionism is not attainable, but if you chase perfectionism you can catch excellence”; our excellent office staff takes care of our customers and drivers with proficiency.  You will feel the family environment and always be greeted with a smile when you enter our business.  This is why Raveill Trucking has been listed as one of the Star Tribune Top Workplaces in 2017 & 2018.

Our goal is to make working with Raveill Trucking as efficient and worry free as possible for our customers and our drivers.

We lead the industry in experience, innovation and excellence.  We have always found our own path and the following quote is reflective of us.

 “~ Do not go where the path may lead, but instead make your own path and leave a trail” Ralph Waldo Emerson