TeamRoehl Scholarship Announced!

Check out this video message about the release of our new TeamRoehl Scholarship Program.


Roehl Transport, Inc. and TeamRoehl established a scholarship program to assist employees, employees’ children and grandchildren who plan to continue their education in college or vocational school programs. The TeamRoehl scholarship program offers scholarship(s) for full-time or part-time study at an accredited institution of the student’s choice.

This program is administered and managed by the Roehl Transport, Inc.’s Charitable Governance Committee. The scholarship program applicants will not be discriminated on the basis of race, color, religion (creed), gender, age, national origin, disability, marital status, sexual orientation, political affiliation, or military status.

Find out more here.

My Feedback Survey

This month we interviewed our President of Flatbed & Specialized Division, Kimberly Maes.


Awards Banquet

We were so excited to be able to celebrate in person this year for the annual TeamRoehl Awards Banquet!
Here are a few photo highlights from this years event!


Congratulations again to all of our TeamRoehl 2021 honorees!

Carrier of the Year


On April 5th, TeamRoehl was awarded 2021 Carrier of the year Award for the superior service our Flatbed and Specialized teammates provide Steel Dynamics, in Columbia City, Indiana! Congratulations on this award, TeamRoehl. 


May is Motorcycle Safety Awarness Month


 With warmer weather, it’s time to remind everyone to be on the alert and to share the road with motorcyclists.

Riders who have been cooped up all winter are excited to be out on the road again, but that shouldn’t stop them from using caution.

Both motorcyclists and motorists need to be aware of their surroundings. Checking blind spots, and mirrors and using turn signals are necessary when changing lanes and when passing.

Distracted driving has been on the rise, too. Distractions during driving could mean the difference between seeing a motorcyclist or not when preparing to change lanes. Don’t let one text change anyone’s life forever!

Riders need to take precautions as well. Take a defensive driving course, wear protective gear and keep your bike in its best working condition. Also, be aware of any road hazards and dangerous weather conditions.

Most of all, enjoy your ride and make it home again!

HOW TO OBSERVE #MotorcycleSafetyAwarenessMonth

  • Be alert to riders on the road. Take your time, signal, and check your mirrors.
  • Leave enough distance between your vehicle and the rider in front of you.
  • Riders, wear protective gear, obey traffic laws, and maintain your ride.
  • Take a motorcycle safety course.
  • Enjoy the ride! For more information visit
  • Use #MotorcycleSafetyAwarenessMonth to join the conversation on social media.
(source: National Day Calendar)


The Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance (CVSA) is conducting its annual International Roadcheck May 17-19, with an emphasis on wheel ends.

Click here for the 2022 Roadcheck driver requirements checklist.  


Roehl Benefits

Roehl Benefit Plan Information
Please visit the Summary Plan Descriptions page at for copies of our benefit plan documents.  These documents provide information on our benefit plans and how they operate, including specific benefits, rights, and obligations under the plan.  We encourage you to be familiar with the location of these documents and to reference them should you have questions. 
If you wish to receive a paper copy of any listed document, please email  Copies will be mailed within 30 days of your request. 

Health and Wellness Update

2022 Roehl Wellness Calendar

Check out what wellness events, activities and challenges are coming in 2022 by, clicking here.
In addition, you can also find the wellness calendar on under the health and wellness tab.  
Mental Health Matters learning session:

The Roehl Wellness Program will be hosting the Get your engine checked: Mental Health Matters Learning sessions. Join us as Tianna Voda, Employee Wellness Coordinator for Roehl, discusses:
  • What is Mental Health?
  • Mental Health Myths or Facts
  • Early Warning Signs
  • Mental Health and Wellness
  • Recovery is Possible
  • Recognize When You Need Help
This is a great opportunity to learn more about mental health, how it affects our everyday lives and how to manage our own mental health.
For those unable to attend, we will be offering this session on-demand beginning June 13th.
Lunch will be available to participants attending the learning session in person at the Appleton and Marshfield locations.

Appleton – Wednesday, May 25th
12:00 – 12:30 PM & 1:00 – 1:30 PM
Appleton Office in the 1st Floor Conference Room (In Person Only)

Marshfield – Wednesday, June 1st
12:00 – 12:30 PM & 1:00 -1:30 PM
Main Office: Conf. Room F, Mill Creek Office: Conf. Room A & Via Zoom


The Roehl Wellness Program offers many resources and health programs to assist you on your well-being journey. To learn more about the programs offered to you please visit

Walking On Sunshine Step Challenge:

Join the Roehl Wellness Program for the Walking On Sunshine Step Challenge!
This year we will be having two separate challenges for our Driving and Non-driving teammates.
The step challenge is 3-weeks long and runs from June 12th – July 2nd.
Registration begins May 2nd and ends June 11th.
Click the button to learn more and to sign up:
Join Roehl as we take steps down the road to a healthier life!
The team step challenge is 6-weeks long and runs from May 22nd – July 2nd.
Registration begins on May 2nd and ends on May 21st.
Click the button to learn more and to sign up:

Join Roehl as we stake steps down the road to a healthier life as a team!


2022 TeamRoehl 5K Run/Walk:

Calling all TeamRoehl teammates!
Come participate with us for the 2022 TeamRoehl 5K Run/Walk on Wednesday, June 22nd @ 5:15pm in person at the Mill Creek Business Park in Marshfield, WI or virtually! The run is open to Roehl drivers and Non-driving teammates, their family and friends.
All proceeds from the 5K will benefit the Feeding America Organization. Feeding America is the largest hunger-relief organization in the United States. For more than 40 years, Feeding America has responded to the needs of individuals struggling with food insecurity in the United States. Click here, for more information on Feeding America.
Join us as we band together to raise funds, get some exercise and have fun!
To register and learn more, click the link below, visit the news section on the MyRoehl app or
Come if you are able to have fun with your Roehl teammates, their families and friends!

May is Mental Health Month
The Benefits Exercise has on Mental Health
By: Tianna Voda
It is well known that exercise has a positive impact on a person’s long-term physical health, but what about the positive effects it has on mental health? Exercise can uplift your mood, enhance your sleep, and help you deal with stress, anxiety, depression, and more.

Exercise has many benefits that can improve your physical health and your physique, reduce your waistline, and add years to your life, but it’s not just about the muscle size and the aerobic capacity that motivates people to stay active.

Individuals that exercise on a regular basis tend to do so because it offers them a sense of well-being. When you exercise endorphins are being released. Endorphins are your brain’s feel-good neurotransmitters. If you are feeling down or alone, exercise can release more endorphins and boost your mood. Exercise can also make people feel more energetic through their day, have a better night’s sleep, have sharper memories, and feel more positive about who they are and their life. Exercise is a powerful and healthy medicine for many mental health challenges.

Research indicates that moderate amounts of exercise can have a profound positive impact on anxiety, depression, and ADHD. You don’t have to be a fitness extremist to earn the benefits; your age or fitness level doesn’t matter, you can learn how to use exercise as a tool to deal with mental health challenges, improve your energy levels and create a positive outlook on life.

Studies have shown that exercise can treat depression as effectively as antidepressant medication, with no side-effects. It relieves tension and stress, increase your physical and mental energy, and enhances well-being. It is also a natural and effective anti-anxiety treatment.

When you feel stressed do you notice how your body feels? When a person becomes stressed their muscles may tense up, especially in their face, neck, and shoulders, causing back or neck pain. They might even feel their chest tighten, a pounding pulse or muscle cramps. The continuation of these physical symptoms can lead to more stress, producing a violent cycle between your body and mind. Exercise can break this cycle, by relaxing your muscles and relieving the tension built up in your body.

Even if you aren’t suffering from a mental health challenge, exercise can still help boost your mood, outlook, and mental well-being. Exercise can supply you with a sharper memory and thinking, higher self-esteem, better sleep, more energy, and stronger resilience.

It is easier than you think to reap the benefits of exercise. You don’t need to train all hours of the day at the gym, sweat buckets, or run miles after miles to get the physical and mental health benefits exercise has to offer. You may have a busy life filled with work, family, and friends and finding the time to exercise for a couple hours can be difficult. Although it can be beneficial do exercise for a prolonged period of time, all it takes is 30 minutes of moderate exercise five times a week. You don’t have to suffer through intense exercise to get results, research shows that moderate exercise is best for most people. Moderate exercise can be when you are beathing heavier, but not out of breath or your body feels warmer as you move, but not overheating.

It can be hard to get started with exercise when you have a mental health challenge. If you have depression it can make you feel like it robbed you out of the energy and motivation you need to work out or social anxiety means you don’t want to be seen exercising at the gym or running outside. There are techniques that can allow you to not feel trapped by your mental health issue. First, start small, set attainable goals, and build them up from there. If you set your goals too high, it will leave you discouraged because you can’t reach them. Next, schedule workouts when your energy feels the highest. Maybe you don’t have energy right away in the morning, but later at night you do; that is when you should schedule time to work out. Focus on activities you enjoy when exercising. Any activity that gets you moving counts, so throw a frisbee, go for a walk with your dog or friend, or ride your bicycle around. Wear comfortable clothing and choose a setting that is calming or energizing. Reward yourself by promising yourself a small treat, a delicious smoothie, or an extra episode of your favorite TV show. Lastly, make exercise a social activity; invite a friend, loved one, or your children to exercise with you. It can make exercising more fun and enjoyable.

Exercise is a proven benefit of reducing mental health challenge. If you suffer from a mental health challenge, consider exercise as a healthy coping alternative.

For more resources and information on Mental Health Awareness Month, please visit our Health and Wellness page.
A Chance to WIN!
Email Tianna Voda ( a healthy coping method you use when you are stressed out by Monday, May 30th to be entered for a chance to win a mental wellness basket! The basket is filled with tools to help improve your mental wellness including essential oil rollers, a massage gun, and more! The winner will be announced on Tuesday, May 31st.

Empower Retirement Webinar

Event Calendar

Wall of Values

Where do you see yourself or your teammates living our values?

On TeamRoehl, we live our values. Want to share a story of how you or someone you know is living our TeamRoehl values?

Email us and share your story and might even share it with all our teammates.   

We look forward to hearing your story! 


United Way Updates

Your donations support your local United Way. Use this page to stay connected to our events, make pledges and let's raise more money and help more of those in need.

If you have any questions or feedback, please email us:


Social Media & 
Keeping it Roehl


The Keeping It Roehl podcast is available for all teammates!

Instructions for listening and subscribing to the podcast can be found at or by simply searching for Roehl Transport in your podcast app.  

In the Keeping It Roehl podcast, our hosts Roman and Michael share Roehl Transport news, stories and teammate interviews. 

If you have feedback or questions, please contact 


TeamRoehl Events

Marshfield location:

Stay tuned for more information regarding our 60 year celebrations!

Suggestions? Comments? Questions? Email us at

Seasonal Photos

We would love for your to share some of your seasonal photos with us! Do you have a favorite winter photo you'd like to share?

Email it to Julie or text it to her at 715-660-1098.

Congratulations to these drivers who earned a referral bonus in April,
and thank you to every one who referred new drivers to our great team!

Franklin J.
Lesley D.
Bernard K.
Dasheill M.
James N.
Ahmed E.
Alex B.
Andrew K.
Karen B.
Jaquan W.
Cody P.
Carl M.

Want to earn extra cash when you refer drivers?
Earn $1,500 for experienced driver and owner operator referrals, $250 for GYCDL driver referrals, and $150 for student driver referrals.
Referring drivers is easy using the My Roehl app.

Congratulations to Our Newest Certified Driver Trainers!

Donovan S., Ted Y., Zachary T., John A. and Travares (Instructor)

Eric B., Kevin B., Louis C., James H. and Travares (Instructor)

Kurt H., Scott P. and Travares (Instructor)

Steve L., Fleet Training Operations Manager, Odny D., Lucas L., John P and Travares (Instructor)

Steve L., Fleet Training Operations Manager, Felicia S., Matthew G.,
Braulio G., Marco S., Gary P., Derek C. and Travares (Instructor)

Thank you for choosing this career path. We are proud you are part of TeamRoehl!

As a trainer, these drivers will use their experiences and training to coach and mentor our new driving teammates.
Are you interested in becoming a trainer? Let your fleet manager know and they will get you the information, or express interest using the My Roehl app.


Perfect DOT Inspections!

Congratulations to these driving teammates for their clean roadside inspections, which earn Roehl drivers a bonus based on the level of clean inspection! 


Happy Anniversary!

Thanks for being a part of TeamRoehl!


TeamRoehl Submitted Photos

We would love to see your seasonal photos too! Decorate the truck up for a holiday! 
Submit photos through Facebook Messenger or text Julie at 715-660-1098.

Rich A.



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This page was last updated on 09/02/2022