Some would say the trucking industry is in William (Bill) Dunn’s blood. Bill’s father was a driver himself, and his parents also owned a bulk tanker trucking company in Saginaw, Michigan. Bill grew up “talking shop” at the dinner table, spending many days at the trucking terminal, and started driving professionally at a young age. In December 1991, Quick-Way commenced operations with the first shipment hauled for Dow Chemical Company, an original supporting shipper. From there, Bill grew the company, adding his first employees in 1994. Two of those employees are still with the company today.