About JCW HOTSHOT TRUCKING
Yockey Jones is a fourth generation trucker.
Yockey’s Great–Grandfather, Charles Knox, operated Knox Market in Northwest Kansas locating and delivering the very finest products for his community for decades. His son, Alton Knox took up the transport business and operated Knox Market in Hoxie, Kansas. Yockey’s father, Weston Jones, worked for Alton Knox as a young man. Yockey’s stepfather, Manuel Rodriguez, and his brother Frank also shipped and hauled and blessed the community with years of service.
Yockey’s first trucking experience was riding with his Grandmother Knox delivering to local grocers. He also went on long hauls with his Grandfather Alton to apple orchards, peach orchards, salt mines, salvage yards and countless family operated grocery stores in Northwest Kansas.
In the 1980’s Yockey’s uncle, Lawrence Irwin, encouraged Yockey and his brother Richard to start up a transport business. They bought a pick-up truck and started transporting camper trailers for hire. Later on Richard drove truck for Krannawitter’s. Yockey began fabricating calf sheds, storage sheds and garages. Yockey transported his product all over the high plains.
Today JCW operates a licensed Hot-Shot and transport company for our clients. We offer straight trucks, one ton trucks with trailers up to 40 foot, specialized hauling, special needs such as helping you to move equipment, supplies, relocate your business, forklift support, CONEX rental and storage.
Currently we service the logging industry, wood mills, finished wood suppliers, oil and gas operators. We have relationships with many heavy haul outfits with specialized services including towing and recovery, road side service, long haul, heavy haul, remote location and intermodal.