Thursday, April 25, 2019

Dulles, Va.—Reston Limousine was recentaly added to Inc.’s 5000, an exclusive ranking of the country’s fastest-growing companies, for the fifth consecutive year.

Reston Limousine President and CEO Kristina Bouweiri started the company in 1990 with five vehicles. Now, in 2013, Reston holds 280 employees, over 160 vehicles, and exceeded $18 million in revenues—contributing to a 3-year growth rate of 37 percent.

"Not all the companies in the Inc. 500 | 5000 are in glamorous industries,” says Inc. Editor Eric Schurenberg, “but in their fields they are as famous as household name companies simply by virtue of being great at what they do. They are the hidden champions of job growth and innovation, the real muscle of the American economy.”

Visit restonlimo.com for more information.

 

 

 

 

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Richmond, V.A.—President Stephen Story of James River Transportation, a full-service transportation provider and event planning organization, was invited by the National Transportation Safety Board to speak at a forum on developing a stronger safety culture across the transportation industry.

The forum was held September 10-11 in Washington, D.C., and reviewed what has gone into effectively creating safety cultures as well as areas where the industry could use improvement. Operators, labor groups, and oversight authorities were present and made clear their duties in developing these cultures.

"In our accident investigations we have seen instances of weak or non-existent safety cultures," says NTSB Chairman Deborah A.P. Hersman. "In this forum, we wanted to highlight what's present in strong safety cultures as well as identify what works to build these cultures in order to more effectively prevent accidents.”

Visit jamesrivertrans.com for more information.