Peterbilt plays key role in remarkable growth curve at Waste Connections

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Anyone looking for a template on growth management might want to do a deep dive into the success of Waste Connections.

The publicly traded Houston-headquartered company expects to post $5 billion in 2018 revenue, roughly twice what it did just two years earlier. That’s about 10 times the revenue the company achieved some 15 years earlier.

Too fast, too soon? The trucking industry graveyard is littered with companies that can make that claim. Yet at Waste Connections, now the second largest waste firm in North America, it’s remarkably business as usual.

According to company officials, credit for such stability goes in one part to an innovative business management model, one part to a distinctive company culture, and one part to the support of supplier partners like Peterbilt, which has served Waste Connections for the two decades of its existence and recently helped the company introduce the new Model 520 to its operations.

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