New Hampshire Motor Transport Association (NHMTA) 2022 Annual Directory

4 www.nhmta.org PUBLISHED FOR New Hampshire Motor Transport Association 19 Henniker Street Concord, NH 03301 P: 603-224-7337 www.nhmta.org For information regarding advertising, please contact us at advertising@emconsultinginc.com or 800-572-0011 x8005. PUBLISHED BY E&M Consulting, Inc. P: 800-572-0011 www.emconsultinginc.com PUBLISHER’S NOTICE: No part of this publication may be copied, reproduced, or transmitted in any other form or by any other means, electronic or mechanical, to any information storage or retrieval system without the expressed written consent of the New Hampshire Motor Transport Association (NHMTA). Any use other than for what it was intended, or reproduction of materials in the publication, must be with written consent of the NHMTA. While every effort has been made to avoid mistakes in this publication, the publishers, NHMTA, and their agents assume no liability whatsoever to anyone for any error or omission or for any damages of any kind which may arise from the publication or use of this directory. Please contact the NHMTA office at 603-224-7337, so that we can make the necessary changes to our database. Important Phone Numbers . . . . . . . . . 5 NHMTA Mission Statement . . . . . . . . . 5 Letter From the Governor . . . . . . . . . 6 NHMTA Staff . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 NHMTA Officers 2022 . . . . . . . . . . . 7 NHMTA Board of Directors 2021–2022 . . . . . . 8 New Hampshire Elected Officials . . . . . . 9 New Hampshire House & Senate . . . . . . 9 President’s Message . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Chairman’s Message . . . . . . . . . . . 11 Drug & Alcohol Consortium Members . . . .12 Drug & Alcohol Clearinghouse Summary Report . . . . . . 14 Northeast Delta Dental . . . . . . . . . . 16 Self-Insurance Group Trust: Chairman’s Message . . . . . . . . . . . 18 Self-Insurance Group Trust: Trustees . . . . 19 Self-Insurance Group Trust: Member Listings . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 Northern New England Motor Transport Safety Group . . . . . . . 21 NHMTA Tariff Members . . . . . . . . . . 21 NH Voluntary Vision Program . . . . . . . 21 NH Voluntary Dental Program . . . . . . . 21 Redefining Safety Culture Post-Pandemic . . 22 Changes Coming to Reporting Leases in Financial Statements . . . . . . 24 ATA Statistics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 New Hampshire Fast Facts . . . . . . . . 27 Membership Listings . . . . . . . . . . . 29 Service Directory . . . . . . . . . . . . 40 Entry-Level Driver Training . . . . . . . . 48 Department of Safety Commissioner Message . . . . . . . . . 49 Updates to Hours of Service Rules . . . . . 50 NHMTA/EMANH 2021 Golf Tournament . . . . . 54 Acadia Insurance: Safe Following Distances . . . . . . . . . 56 Teens & Trucks . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58 Index of Advertisers Acadia Insurance . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Allegiance Trucks . . . . . . . . . . . . 47 Commercial Driving School . . . . . . . . . 1 Eppify . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 Evans . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43 Highway Driver Leasing . . . . . Back Cover HUB International Transportation Insurance Services Inc. . . . Inside Front Cover KrisWay Truck Leasing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44 M&S Logistics, LLC . . . . . Inside Back Cover McDevitt Trucks Inc. . . . . . . . . . . . 60 McMillan Transport Inc. . . . . . . . . . . 42 NETTTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Northeast Delta Dental . . . . . . . . . . 60 P.S. Marston Associates . . . . . . . . . 60 Rate Liner . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47 Ross Express . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 The Rowley Agency Inc. . . . . . . . . . 23 TMS Diesel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40 United Insurance Transportation Division . . 17 White Mountains Community College . . . 23 Wipfli . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 What’s Inside About the cover: The World War I Memorial Bridge is a vertical-lift bridge that carries U.S. Route 1 across the Piscataqua River between Portsmouth, New Hampshire, and Badger's Island in Kittery, Maine, United States. The current bridge was opened in 2013, replacing a bridge of similar design that existed from 1923 to 2012. A large overhead plaque carried over from the original reads "Memorial to the Sailors and Soldiers of New Hampshire who gave their lives in the World War 1917–1919."

Mission Statement NHMTA’s objectives shall be to: promote a motor transport system which will serve the citizens of New Hampshire reliably, efficiently, safely and economically; serve as an advocate for motor transport before federal, state and municipal governmental bodies; communicate the mission of motor transport to the general public through media and personal appearances; foster the principles of the Association through promotion of its services that may enhance the operation of its participating members; encourage cooperation, courtesy and safety among highway users; encourage construction and maintenance of safe and adequate highways; provide insurance programs for the benefit of the members, their employees and their dependents; continue to identify and implement new programs and services that are beneficial to the Association and its members and to do all things incidental and necessary for said objectives within the provisions of the law. 2022 Annual Membership Directory 5 Important Phone Numbers NH Motor Transport Association Robert J. Sculley, President 19 Henniker Street, P.O. Box 3898 Concord NH 03302–3898 603-224-7337 603-225-9361 www.nhmta.org U.S. Department Of Transportation Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration Steven Piwowarski, Division Administrator 53 Pleasant Street, Suite #3300 Concord NH 03301 603-228-3112 www.fmcsa.dot.gov steve.piwowarski@dot.gov New Hampshire Department Of Transportation Victoria Sheehan, Commissioner John O. Morton Building 7 Hazen Drive, P.O. Box 483 Concord NH 03302 603-271-3734 www.nh.gov/dot New Hampshire Department of Safety Robert Quinn, Commissioner 33 Hazen Drive Concord NH 03305 603-223-3889 www.nh.gov/dos Other Numbers of Importance Governor’s Office of Citizen Services...............................................................................603-271-2121 NH Department of Insurance............................................................................................ 800-852-3416 Internal Revenue Service.................................................................................................. 603-668-6763 Lawyer Referral, NH........................................................................................................... 603-229-0002 Poison Control NH. ..............................................................................................................800-222-1222 Public Utilities Commission – Consumer Complaints.............................................. 800-852-3793 Veterans Council NH..........................................................................................................800-622-9230 Websites: NHMTA...................................................................................................................................www.nhmta.org Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration..................................................... www.fmcsa.dot.gov NH State Police Troop G.....................................................................www.nh.dos (click on Troop G) Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance................................................................................www.cvsa.org NH Division of State Police, Troop G Commercial Vehicle Enforcement Motor Carrier Enforcement................................................................................................603-223-8778 NH State Police Communication Center.......................................................................................................... 603-271-1153 911 System (nonemergency).................................................................................................603-271-6911 Division of Motor Vehicles/Bureau of Driver Licensing www.nh.gov/safety/divisions/dmv/index.htm General Information...........................................................................................................603- 227-4000 Commercial Driver’s License........................................................................................... 603-227-4020 Road Toll Section (IFTA)........................................................................................................603-227-2311 Registrations.......................................................................................................................... 603-227-4030 Registration (IRP).....................................................................................................................603-227-4110 Unified Carrier Registration Program (UCRA)................................................................. 603-271-2311 Medical Waivers................................................................................................................... 603-227-4095 NH Department of Transportation General Information.............................................................................................................. 603-271-3734 Highway Maintenance.........................................................................................................603-271-2693 Oversize/Overweight Permits.............................................................................................603-271-2691 www.nh.gov/dot/org/operations/highwaymaintenance/overhaul/index.htm Road Conditions in NH..............................................................................................................................511 Federal Highway Administration James C. Cleveland Federal Building, 53 Pleasant Street, Concord NH............................................................................................................................603-228-0417

6 www.nhmta.org Dear Friends, Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, people from across industries have stepped up to ensure people still received the services they needed. Members of the transportations industry were among those who continued to work day-in and day-out, ensuring that shelves were stocked and packages were delivered. They helped keep the economy running, and New Hampshire is grateful for their hard work and dedication. In the midst of national supply chain issues, it is more important than ever to support members of the trucking industry. We are dedicating millions of dollars in funding to support truckers, ensure the supply chain remains strong, retain and recruit drivers, and are making it easier to obtain or renew CDL licenses. Members of the transportation industry are unsung heroes who make sure medicine gets to seniors on time, food is on the shelves, critical manufacturing moves forward, and much more. On behalf of the citizens of New Hampshire, I am grateful for their efforts and continue to support the industry. Sincerely, Christopher T. Sununu Governor Letter from the Governor

2022 Annual Membership Directory 7 About NHMTA NHMTA Staff 2022 NHMTA Officers Executive Committee CHAIRMAN STEPHEN BROWN (2019) Ross Express P.O. Box 8908 Penacook, NH 03303 603-753-4176 VICE CHAIRMAN KATE KILLORY (2020) Fed Ex Corp. 101 Federal Street, Suite #1900 Boston, MA 02110 617-448-0936 NHMTA PRESIDENT ROBERT SCULLEY NHMTA P.O. Box 3898 Concord, NH 03302-3898 603-224-7337 TREASURER TIM MYHAVER (2021) Ryder Transportation Systems, Inc. One Hampton Road, Suite B-207 Exeter, NH 03833 603-772-8868 SECRETARY JONATHAN BARTLETT (2023) Eagle Express/Eagle Warehousing 1070 Holt Avenue, Unit #8 Manchester, NH 03109 603-242-0242 PAST CHAIRMAN BRIAN LEWIS (2018) NH Distributors P.O. Box 267 Concord, NH 03302 603-224-9991 ROBERT J. SCULLEY NHMTA President Official Association Spokesperson Governmental Affairs MANAGEMENT STAFF PAULA W. MCLAUGHLIN Executive Vice President Business Operations MARYGRACE JOHANSEN Director of Safety & Loss Control Provides direction and support to members in promoting safety KAREN SHEA, RN, CCM Director of Managed Care & Workers’ Compensation Programs WENDY SKILLINGS, AIC Director of Managed Care & Workers' Compensation Programs OPERATIONS STAFF JENNIFER CHARRETTE Full Charge Bookkeeper Accounts Payable/Accounts Receivable LISA JO STEINER Administrative Assistant Association Publications - Email Blast Coordinator DOROTHY BRYANT Administrative Assistant VERA TUCKER Senior Administrative Assistant Membership Recruitment/Retention Association Events Coordination BRANDON CAIL Administrative Assistant WORKERS COMPENSATION STAFF JULIA DUMAIS Claims Assistant Administrative support processing workers compensation claims CHRISTIE MARIREA Licensed Claims Adjuster BETTY FULHAM, CPCU, AIC, BSBA Licensed Claims Adjuster

8 www.nhmta.org About NHMTA Board of Directors 2021–2022 BRIAN LAW (2021) Law Logistics 59 Daniel Webster Highway Merrimack, NH 03054 603-883-5531 Ext 309 FAX 883-9921 CARMINE SARNO, JR. (2021) M & S Logistics P.O. Box 128 Candia, NH 03034-0128 603-647-4530 FAX 603-483-5488 BARRY NORMANDEAU (2023) Normandeau Trucking P.O. Box 243 Groveton, NH 03582 603-636-1671 WILLIAM WALSH (2022) Walsh Management/DMX Logistics P.O. Box D Exeter, NH 03833 603-294-1388 FAX 603-294-1439 ROBERT J. WIECZOREK (2021) Wieczorek Insurance 166 Concord Street Manchester, NH 03104 603-668-3311 FAX 668-8413 RICHARD ROSE (2022) diggins & Rose 3 Sagamore Park Road Hudson, NH 03051 603-883-4252 FAX 883-1586 J. MARTIN MCLAUGHLIN (2023) McLaughlin Transportation Systems 20 Progress Avenue Nashua, NH 03062 603-883-4000 GEORGE ORCHARD (2023) Wal-Mart Transportation 42 Freetown Road Raymond, NH 03077 603-895-5705 TOM PRESCOTT (2021) Johnny Prescott & Son Oil 122 Airport Road Concord, NH 03301 603-225-5991 JOHN ALDRICH (2021) Mountain Milk P.O. Box 111 North Haverhill, NH 03774-0111 603-787-6791 FAX 603-787-2526 E. BRUCE LYSKAWA (2023) Butler’s Bus 835 Hanover Street, Suite #303 Manchester, NH 03104 603-715-2415 DONALD HEMENWAY (2021) Evans Group Inc. P.O. Box 246 Lebanon, NH 03766 603-448-3400 FAX 603-448-2407 MARK GIUFFRE (2023) UPS 643 West 43rd Street New York, NY 10036 502-727-7539 JAMES AMICO (2021) Commercial Driving School 70 Pembroke Road, Box 3 Concord, NH 03301 603-715-2559 Revised 12/13/2021

2022 Annual Membership Directory 9 About NHMTA GOVERNOR CHRIS T. SUNUNU State House 107 North Main Street Concord, NH 03301 603-271-2121 www.nh.gov SENATOR MAGGIE HASSAN 506 Hart Senate Office Building Washington, DC 20510 202-224-3324 www.hassan.senate.gov SENATOR JEANNE SHAHEEN 506 Hart Senate Office Building Washington, DC 20510 202-224-2841 www.shaheen.senate.gov REPRESENTATIVE CHRISTOPHER CHARLES PAPPAS 323 Cannon House Office Building Washington, DC 20515 202-225-5456 www.pappas.house.gov REPRESENTATIVE ANN KUSTER 320 Cannon House Office Building Washington, DC 20515 202-225-5206 www.kuster.house.gov New Hampshire State Senate - 2021 Transportation Committee Members: CHAIRMAN: Senator Regina Birdsell State House, Room #302 107 North Main Street Concord, NH 03301 regina.birdsell@leg.state.nh.us P: 603-271-2609 VICE CHAIRMAN: Senator David Watters Legislative Office Building, Room #103, 33 North State Street Concord, NH 03301 david.watters@leg.state.nh.us P: 603-271-2104 Senator Ruth Ward State House, Room #302 107 North Main Street Concord, NH 03301 ruth.ward@leg.state.nh.us P: 603-271-2609 Senator Tom Sherman Legislative Office Building, Room #5 33 North State Street Concord, NH 03301 tom.sherman@leg.state.nh.us P: 603-271-7875 Senator Denise Ricciardi State House, Room #105-A 107 North Main Street Concord, NH 03301 denise.ricciardi@leg.state.nh.us P: 603-271-4151 New Hampshire House of Representatives Transportation Committee Members: CHAIRMAN: Representative Thomas Walsh 15 Berry Hill Road Hooksett, NH 03106-2201 thomas.walsh@leg.state.nh.us P: 603-623-4104 VICE CHAIRMAN: Representative Larry Gagne 126 Lakeside Drive Manchester, NH 03104-5801 lgagne6166@gmail.com P: 603-625-9692 Representative Steven Smith P.O. Box 624 Charlestown, NH 03603-0624 nhfirst@gmail.com P: 603-826-5940 Representative Karel Crawford P.O. Box 825 Center Harbor, NH 03226-0825 karel.crawford@leg.state.nh.us P: 603-253-7857 Representative Gregory Hill 1 Knowles Farm Road Northfield, NH 03276-4517 greghillnh@gmail.com P: 603-286-7329 Representative Judy Aron 266 Forest Road South Acworth, NH 03607-4624 judy.aron@leg.state.nh.us P: 603-843-5908 Representative Aidan Ankarberg 107 North Main Street Concord, NH 03301 housetransportation committee@leg.state.nh.us P: 603-271-3565 Representative Ted Gorski 107 North Main Street Concord, NH 03301 ted@getyouredge.com P: 603-271-3565 Representative Travis O’Hara 25 Spring Street, Apartment #2 Belmont, NH 03220 travis@ohara4nh.com P: 603-223-7072 Representative Matthew Pitaro 7 Swiftwater Drive, #1 Allenstown, NH 03275 matthew@matthewpitaro.com P: 603-210-2347 Representative George Sykes 3 Avon Avenue Lebanon, NH 03766-2601 george.sykes@leg.state.nh.us P: 603-448-0319 Representative Skip Cleaver 4 Chadwick Circle, Apartment H Nashua, NH 03062-4778 skipcleaver@comcast.net P: 603-305-9871 Representative Donovan Fenton 6 Kendall Road Keene, NH 03431-5212 housetransportation committee@leg.state.nh.us P: 603-271-3565 Representative Daniel Pickering 8 Clark Farm Road Hancock, NH 03449-5212 dan.pickering@leg.state.nh.us P: 603-271-3565 Representative Cecilia Rich 212 Maple Street Somersworth, NH 03878-1545 cecilia.rich@leg.state.nh.us P: 603-271-3565 Representative Laura Telerski 5 Shakespeare Road Nashua, NH 03062-2430 laura.telerski@leg.state.nh.us P: 603-320-3957 Representative Dru Fox 50 Eastview Road Keene, NH 03431 dru.fox@leg.state.nh.us P: 603-352-2332 Representative Deb Stevens 107 North Main Street Concord, NH 03301 deb.stevens@leg.state.nh.us P: 603-820-0866 Representative Daniel Veilleux 7 Colonel Wilkins Road Amherst, NH 03031 housetransportation committee@leg.state.nh.us P: 603-271-3565 NH Elected Officials NH House & Senate

10 www.nhmta.org About NHMTA President’s Message | ROBERT J. SCULLEY We fielded many challenges at the New Hampshire Motor Transport Association last year as we continued to work through the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. I feel the year 2021 was just as challenging, if not more so, than 2020. Throughout the year, we handled the new challenges that we faced regarding how we communicated and helped our members. There were times where only staff was allowed in our facility, all communication was virtual and all of our in-house meetings were cancelled. Unfortunately, a number of our employees contracted COVID through the year and we had to adapt to their absence while still providing service to our membership. The good news is that all of our staff recovered and were able to return to work. The office slowly opened back up and we eased the COVID restrictions when permitted by the State of New Hampshire in the safest manner possible. While all of the COVID challenges were going on, we also were faced with the unenviable task of replacing two of our long-term and key employees during this difficult time. Both Vera Tucker and Karen Shea are retiring in January 2022. Trying to find anybody that wants to come work in an office environment proved to be extremely difficult. Having said that, we are extremely fortunate to find the next individuals that will fill in the roles that Ms. Tucker and Ms. Shea have left behind. They are Brandon Cail, who is our new Administrative Assistant, and Wendy Skillings, who is our new Workers Compensation Director. Mr. Cail will become the first point of contact that our NHMTA members reach out to, and Ms. Skillings will manage the workers’ compensation Trust benefits side of the Association. I want to publicly thank both Ms. Tucker and Ms. Shea for their decade’s long commitment and service to the New Hampshire Motor Transport Association. While I run the Association, I would dare say that Vera’s relationship with our members is as deep and as personal as mine. She is loved by all. There was no task to big or small for Vera. She would not close out a task until she knew that our member was satisfied and that their question was answered to their satisfaction. She made me look good and that is no easy task. I will miss her dearly. Ms. Shea exhibited leadership skills that has benefited the NHMTA Self-Insurance Group Trust. Her team excelled at managing claims, second injury fund recovery and return to work duty. She negotiated steep discounts with providers to reduce costs for our Trust members and helped to drive claims down. All of this was for the betterment of the Trust’s membership as rates decreased and dividends back to members increased. I wish both Vera and Karen a happy and healthy retirement. You both left NHMTA in a better place than when you started and we are grateful for it. Our members faced additional burdens as many had to deal with the vaccine mandates, employees not returning to work and COVID quarantining that totally disrupted the workflow. In addition, the new entrylevel driver training requirement that goes into effect February 7, 2022, will add stress and additional challenges to an already fragile workplace environment. Finding drivers remains the largest single problem facing our industry and Association today. We will do what we have in the past by working with our members to help them navigate through all the laws, rules, and requirements of owning and managing a commercial motor vehicle company. We will also do this with our changing staff as our new employees undertake the same sense of purpose and commitment that our recent retirees exemplified for so many years. We remain committed to you, our members. We wish you all a safe, healthy, and prosperous new year!

2022 Annual Membership Directory 11 Welcome! About NHMTA Chairman’s Message | BRIAN LEWIS As the number of COVID-19 cases began to drop significantly in the summer, we all began to think that we were moving closer to the life we were more familiar with; businesses and people were finally starting to readjust to our old ways of living. Then, the upswing in COVID-19 cases began and are still continuing to rise. And now, we find ourselves in the midst of an extensive driver shortage as well as a supply chain crisis. We have been made to work harder as an industry to survive. But we continue to be resilient! Kudos and thank you to our members who have worked so hard to survive and continue to carry on during this most difficult time. During the time of COVID-19, a lot of businesses had to close because of restrictions or not being able to hire employees. Even though that was the case, NHMTA has maintained its membership numbers. For that we are very thankful! Even though a lot of Federal agencies remain closed to the public, many State agencies remained staffed and opened for business as usual. Thank you to Commissioner Quinn and his staff for the continuous outreach to see if there was anything they could do to assist with getting critical deliveries out to their destination. Assistance was provided to our members to assist with IRP/IFTA and other registrations along with CDL and operator license renewals. In addition, the NH Legislature was in session, and while there were no major legislative issues for the trucking industry, Bob Sculley and staff made every effort to monitor all bills and testify when needed to minimize the impact on our membership. With the hard work of Safety & Loss Control Director, MaryGrace Johansen, we were able to continue to bring training classes via the internet. We are now starting to bring in-person training back into the NHMTA building. MaryGrace will continue to hold hybrid training classes, Webex, as well as in-person. If you have ideas on new training classes that you would like to see, contact marygrace@nhmta.org. Plans are under way for the Key West Winter Conference, February 20-23, 2022, at the Reach Key West. Please consider joining us. We also plan on hosting a combined Truck Driving Championships in June, the first such event in over two years! Please contact NHMTA staff if you are looking for a Drug and Alcohol Testing Program or are in need of a C/TPA for the FMCSA Clearinghouse. NHMTA staff are also available to help with your Clearinghouse registration and questions. Reminder, there are also dental and vision benefit programs available. Contact Dorothy for information at dorothy@nhmta.org. Vera Tucker will soon be retiring, and she will be greatly missed. NHMTA has hired her replacement, Brandon Cail. You will have a chance to meet Brandon at our next membership meeting. In the meantime, should you have questions regarding membership or if we can help you in any way, please give the NHMTA staff a call.

12 www.nhmta.org About NHMTA A & E Trucking A J Coleman A Pittore Bros Paving Able Crane Service Absco Heating & Home Service Acre Association of Contracted Drivers Advance Siteworks LLC Al’s Plumbing, Heating & Fuels Anderson Welding LLC Andrew Hartmann Oil Co. Inc. APC Paper Group Aranosian Oil Co. dba Aranco Oil Co. Inc. ARC Source Inc. Atlas Motor Express Inc. Avilite Corp. AXL Inc. B & D Associates dba Elite Recycling B & H Oil Company Inc. Bagel Boy Inc. Balcom Brothers Inc. Bellavance Beverage Co. Ben Senter Trucking Bennett Landscape Inc. Best Betts Pools LLC Bethlehem Highway Department Betterway Supply LLC BMH and Son Construction, LLC Botnick 5 Ventures dba E & R Laundry & Dry Cleaners Brian M. Bernard Enterprises Brookdale Fruit Farm Budd Foods Inc. Busby Construction C & C Bunnell Excavating, LLC C L Farwell Construction LLC CC Thomas & Sons Central NH Concrete Corp. Central Paper Products, NE Div of Imperial Charlestown Cornerstone LLC Chester Forest Products Inc. Christian Delivery & Chair Service, Inc. City of Claremont-DPW City of Portsmouth Clark’s Grain Store Inc. COAST (Cooperative Alliance for Seacoast Transportation) Coastal Truck & Auto Body, Inc. Commercial Driving School LLC Connie’s Septic Service Inc dba CSSI Contoocook Artesian Well Co., Inc. Convenient MD County of Merrimack Crawford-Vogel & Wenzel Oil Co. Cross Transit Cullen Concrete Form Co., Inc. Custom Pools Inc. D & B Thornton Transportation LLC D F Richard Energy D H Hardwick & Sons, Inc. D Houle Trucking D. W. Little Trucking Inc. Damon Insulation Company Daniels Drilling & Blasting, Inc. Dartmouth College David Lackie Davis Fuels of Epsom, Inc. DCH Transport Demand Transport LLC Derry Transport Ditucci Petroleum Carriers, Inc. DJQ Enterprises, Inc. dba Quirk Auto DLB Paving, Inc. Doolan Fuel Company Dragonfly Moving dba R J Crowley Moving Dudak Construction LLC E D Swett Inc. Eagle Express/Eagle Warehousing Edward M Ford Enterprises LLC Elliott & Sons Construction EMCO Express, LLC Energy Resources Group Inc. F L Merrill Construction, Inc. Fall Mtn Regional School Dist FEF Moving, LLC Fortin Modular Storage/Pool Water Freshwater Farms, Inc. G T Young Trucking & Const G W Brooks & Son Inc. Galloway Trucking Gemini Electric Inc. George E. Merrill & Son, Inc. Gleason/Ineson Stone Suppliers, Inc. Golfscapes of New England Goodfellow Inc. Granite State Communications, Inc. Granite State Lumberjack Shows Groundhog Landscaping & Property Maint Guild of St. Agnes Hamshaw Lumber Hanover Transfer & Storage Hatchland Farm, LLC Henniker Sand & Gravel Co.Inc HHP, Inc. Hillside Trucking, LLC HMI Acquisitions Inc dba Haynes Trucking Hollis Ranch LLC Home, Healthcare, Hospice & Community-VNA Hopkinton Forestry & Land Clearing Inc. Howard Trailer & Transit HS& G Erosion Control LLC Hudson Paving & Excavation, Inc. Hudson Quarry Corp. Ingram Construction Corporation Inov8v Energy LLC Integrated Floral Services, LLC J & F Farms Inc. J & J Auto Body LLC J & R Industries Equipment Leasing J Naples Trucking J P Trucking J Schwartz Motor Trans Jaben Knapp Jalbert Leasing Inc. dba C & J Jennings Excavation, Inc. Jeremy Hiltz Excavating JML Trucking & Excavating John E. Neville Excavating Inc. Johnny Prescott & Son Inc. Joseph Ingle Bus Service, Inc. Kalwall Corporation Ken & Monique Transport Kennedy’s Trucking & Excavating Kingston Construction Co. Inc. Kirk Trucking LLC Knowles Tree Service, Inc. L A Brochu Inc. L J M Construction LLC Landscapers Depot Laughy Enterprises Law Family Companies, Inc. Law Logistics LCB Transport Inc. Leo’s Fuel Inc. Lewis Group of Companies Lighthouse Baptist Church Locke Transport LLC M & S Logistics Inc. Drug & Alcohol ConsortiumMembers

2022 Annual Membership Directory 13 About NHMTA M E C Trucking M2 Facility Solutions dba M2 Service Group MAK’S Trucking & Excavation, LLC Marco Petroleum Industries Inc. Marcou Construction Company Marks Bait Company Martha’s Vineyard Regional MB Tractor & Equipment McComish Excavating McDevitt Trucks Inc. McMillan Transport, Inc. Merzi Trucking Inc. MII Moving and Storage Mike Murphy & Sons, Inc. Milford-Bennington Railroad Co., Inc. Millside Groundworks Mountain Milk LLC M-R Wood Recycling/Nature’s Best Naughton & Son Recycling LLC Neill Enterprises, LLC Ne-San Inc. New England Outdoor Materials, LLC New England Signal Systems Inc. New Hampshire Peterbilt Inc. Newport Sand & Gravel Co. Noel Eastman Excavation Inc. Normandeau Trucking Inc. Northeast Scale Co Inc. Northeastern Sheet Metal Northern Design Precast, Inc. OMA Trucking Ontrack Equipment Transport LLC Oyster River Construction Co. Pat Rawson Construction Inc. Patenaude Lumber Company Inc. Pease Development Authority Pentucket Disposal & Construction Pete’s Rubbish Removal Pilgrim Foods Pinard Waste Systems Plainfield Construction Company, Inc. Pleasant View Gardens Plummer Well & Pump Service Precision Excavation Inc. Pro Bark Industries Purity Spring Resort R & B Transportation R & M Freight Inc. R Coffey R G Young and Son R L Balla Inc. R. Lemire & Sons, LLCrrrr R.F.B. Trucking LLC Recycling Mechanical of New England Remi - Sons Inc. Richard Davis dba RW DavisTrucking Richard Moody Racing LLC Riess Construction LLC RK Dickel Transportation Robert Beaudry Robert John Warner, Sr. Robert Towle Pallet Co. Rockingham Oil, LLC Roland’s Sewer Service Rome Construction, Inc. Rooster Cruiser Ross Express Inc. Roy E Briand Excavation RTK Moving LLC S & J Transportation Services S E MacCleery Construction S N F Crane Service LLC S. A. P. H. Trucking LLC Sabbow & Company Inc. Saint Anselm College Salem Manufactured Homes LLC Shire Enterprises of New Hampshire LLC Silver Dollar Trucking LLC Simons Brothers Southwestern Community Services Standard Hardware Distributors, Inc. Steve Sarette & Son Excavating, LLC Steve’s School Bus Service, Inc. Sturm, Ruger & Company Inc. Sunshine Paving Corporation Superior Rentals, LLC T F Contracting Corp. T M Crane Service, LLC Tasker’s Well Company Inc. The Coach Company The Mathewson Companies The Woodworks Architectural Mill Thistle Mobile Service, LLC Thomas Bassett & Son LLC Thomas Charters LLC Thomas E. Huckins LLC Thomas Hersey Construction Thompson Trucking Timothy O’Loughlin General Tornado Express Toupin Rigging Co, Inc. Town of Alexandria Town of Barrington Town of Boscawen Town of Bradford Town of Chesterfield Town of Dalton Town of Deerfield Town of Dunbarton Town of Exeter Town of Freedom Town of Grafton Town of Harrisville Town of Hollis Town of Lancaster Town of Lempster Town of Lincoln Town of Lyme Town of Marlow Town of New Ipswich Town of Northumberland Town of Northwood Town of Nottingham Town of Springfield Town of Temple Town of Walpole Town of Westmoreland Town of Wilmot Town of Windham Trinity Baptist Church Triple L Lumber Co., Inc. Triple O’s Transport, LLC Tri-State Waste Services Triumph Modular Vermont Recreational Surfacing W W Berry’s Transportation Walsh Management Walter D Dorman Excavating & Son Wayn-o’s Disposal We Log Inc. Weinberg Rigging, LLC dba C C & C Riggers Weir Tree Farms LLC White Mountain Oil & Propane Winchester Precision Technologies Woodsville Fire District Yager Transportation and Excavating Yankee Electric & Co LLC Drug & Alcohol ConsortiumMembers

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16 www.nhmta.org Northeast Delta Dental Make Flossing Part Of Your Oral Health Routine Flossing your teeth at least once a day helps clean plaque from hard-to-reach places between teeth and under the gumline, lowering your risk of cavities and keeping gum disease at bay. Consider these tips for making flossing part of your routine. Get Started. Choose the type of floss that works best for you. For traditional floss, pull 18 to 24 inches of dental floss from the dispenser and wrap the ends of the floss around your middle fingers on each hand. Then use your index finger and thumb to guide the floss between each tooth. Hold the floss tightly around each tooth in a C shape, moving the floss back and forth against the sides of each tooth. Make it a habit. Try designating a trigger that consistently reminds you to floss. One way to do this is pairing it with existing parts of your routine. Try these tricks to remind you to floss: set a reminder, leave your floss in sight, and store your floss right next to your toothbrush. Set yourself up for success. The best way to maintain consistency is to plan for disruption. You may be pulled from your normal routine for a business trip or vacation. Keep travel floss on hand in convenient locations such as your car, briefcase, or office, so you can still floss on the go. For healthy teeth and gums, brush your teeth and floss between your teeth every day. Good oral health contributes to overall health and wellness. This and other reliable oral health information for you and your employees is available in the Northeast Delta Dental online oral health library under the header “Oral Health Tips for You!”

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18 www.nhmta.org Self-Insurance Group SIG Chairman’s Message | RICK CARD This past year has been an interesting year with COVID. We have seen many changes in how we interact with each other and are now just starting to come together for in-person meetings. This year will also see changing in staffing. Karen Shea, our Director of WC Programs and Managed Care, will be leaving us in February of 2022, as she heads into her retirement years. Karen has found a wonderful replacement and has been training Wendy Skillings since September of 2021. If you have not met her yet, reach out to her at the quarterly safety meetings or give her a call at the NHMTA office to welcome her. The rest of the WC staff, Betty, Christy, Julia along with your safety director, MaryGrace, are still on staff to assist you with any of your needs for claims. The Trust remains financially strong. In 2021, we were able to return $1,000,000 in dividends back to participating members which brings the total dividends returned to members to over $17,000,000 since inception. We anticipate seeing another healthy dividend returned in 2022 and will know more once we have the year-end information analyzed by the actuary in January. Look for the information in the latter part of February, 2022. The Board also made the decision, due to the strong financial status of the Trust, to lower our standard rates on average of 20%. The lowest decrease in rates will be 11%, with other rates getting a decrease as much as 30%. The staff at NHMTA continues to monitor the claims and works hard at getting our injured workers back to work in a safe manner. The Board of Directors would like to thank them during these unusual times. If any member would like to know about this valuable member program, please reach out to either Robert Sculley or Paula McLaughlin at the NHMTA office.

2022 Annual Membership Directory 19 Self-Insurance Group Self-Insurance Group Trustees RICK CARD (2022) President/Chair D F Richard, Inc. P.O. Box 669 Dover, NH 03821-0669 603-516-6555 ROBERT J. SCULLEY Secretary NHMTA P.O. Box 3898 Concord, NH 03302 603-224-7337 FAX 603-225-9361 DONNA LEE (2021) Treasurer H R Clough, Inc. P.O. Box 98 Contoocook, NH 03229 603-746-3456 FAX 603-746-4312 TONY BELANGER (2022) Pinard Waste Management P.O. Box 5048 Manchester, NH 03108 603-623-7933 JOANNE ERMER (2021) Palmer Gas & Oil P.O. Box 98 North Salem, NH 03073 603-898-7986 FAX 603-898-8471 WILLIAM WALSH (2021) Walsh Management 140 Epping Road Exeter, NH 03833 603-294-1433 BRUCE LYSKAWA (2023) Butler’s Bus Service Inc. P.O. Box 3790 Concord, NH 03302-3790 603-715-2415 SCOTT LAW (2022) McMillan Transport 59 Daniel Webster Highway, #10 Merrimack, NH 03054 603-577-8929 MARY PFISTER (2023) Johnny Prescott & Son Oil 122 Airport Road Concord, NH 03301-5209 603-225-5991 JONATHAN BARTLETT (2023) Eagle Warehouse 1070 Holt Avenue, Unit #8 Manchester NH 03109 603-232-0242

20 www.nhmta.org Self-Insurance Group 45th Parallel Emergency Service, Inc. Able Crane Service, Inc. Able Moving & Storage Company, Inc. Absco Heating and Home Service Corp. AEW Warehouse & Transportation LLC Aiken Moving LLC, dba Custom Moving & Storage All Pro Moving & Storage, Inc. Aranosian Oil Company dba Aranco Oil Company, Inc. B & H Oil Company, Inc. Barlo Signs International Inc. Bayside Distributing LLC Best Care Ambulance Service, Inc. Buckley Express LLC Butler’s Bus Service, Inc. Calling All Cargo, LLC dba Calling All Cargo Moving Company Cardinal & Glidden Oil Co., Inc. Christian Delivery & Chair Service Inc. dba Christian Party Rental Ciardelli Fuel Company, Inc. City Fuel Company Inc. Clark’s Grain Store, Inc. College Bound Movers, LLC Cooperative Alliance for Seacoast Transportation Custom Pools, Inc. D F Richard, Inc. DDA Services, Inc. Ditucci Petroleum Carriers, Inc. dba Lawrence Tank Eagle Warehousing & Distribution Elf’s Landscaping, Inc. EmCo Express, LLC FEF Moving, LLC dba ABC Moving & Storage Fimbel Paunet Corp. Fimbel Seacoast Corp. Fitch Fuel Company, Inc. George C. Stafford & Sons, Inc. Grace Limousine LLC Green HTS, Inc./Chase the Movers/Hanover Transfer and Storage H R Clough, Inc.; Kearsarge Heating Oils; Auto Bath Car Wash Hartmann Oil Co., Inc. Hebert’s Towing, Inc. dba Hebert’s Used Auto Parts J. Schwartz Transportation, Inc. Jalbert Leasing, Inc. dba C & J Bus Lines Johnny Prescott & Son Oil Company, Inc. Johnstone Enterprises Ken & Monique Transport, LLC Kent’s Service Station, Inc. dba Kent’s Towing & Recovery Kingston Construction Company, Inc. Kunysz-Winder dba Summit Supply Lakes Region Fire Apparatus Inc. Laurent Rancourt Trucking Inc. Local Pride Ltd. M & S Logistics, Inc. Manna Farm and Garden, Inc. dba Churchill’s Garden Center McGregor Memorial Ambulance Service McLaughlin Moving Company, Inc. McLaughlin Transportation Systems, Inc. McLaughlin Oil Company McMillan Transport, Inc. Meadow Leasing, Inc. Mountain Milk LLC Mountain Valley Recreational, Inc. NE-SAN, Inc. New Hampshire Distributors, LLC New Hampshire Moving & Storage, LLC dba Country Pickers NHMTA Services, Inc. Normandeau Trucking Inc. North Conway Incinerator Service Inc. Northeast Logistics, Inc. On Track Equipment Transport, LLC Palmer Gas & Oil Pinard Waste Systems Co., Inc. R. G. Tombs Door Company LLC Raymond Ambulance, Inc. Robert A. Chapman, Sr. dba Chapman Scrap Metal Recycling Rockingham Electrical Supply Company, Inc. S & J Transportation Services, Inc. Sabbow & Company, Inc. Seabrook Truck SNF Crane Service, LLC and SNF Construction Management, LLC Standard Hardware Distributors, Inc. Starving Artists Movers Corp. Stewarts Ambulance Service LLC Sunteck TTS Holdings LLC Tegra Equipment, Inc. dba Bobcat of NH Thomas Zapora dba Tom’s Moving Service Walsh Management Company, Inc./DMX Logistics Warren Wentworth Ambulance Service We Log Trucking Inc. WW Berry’s Transportation, Inc. 2022 Self-Insurance Group Trust Members

2022 Annual Membership Directory 21 Program Members ROBERT J. WIECZOREK Wieczorek Insurance ROBERT J. SCULLEY NHMTA TOM PAINCHAUD New Hampshire Distributors BOARD OF DIRECTORS ABC Moving & Storage and Allen & Coles Moving & Storage Able Moving & Storage Co. Diggins & Rose Hanover Transfer & Storage McLaughlin Moving Co., Inc. McLaughlin Transportation MII Moving and Storage dba Ray The Mover Normandeau Trucking Inc. AEW Warehouse & Transportation Clipper Landscaping D & S Express Diesel Services of Bow LLC Eagle Warehouse & Distribution Green Heights, Inc., Chase the Movers Hartmann Oil Co., Inc. Ken & Monique Transport McMillan Transport, Inc. Merrill Construction, Inc. NE-SAN R. G. Tombs Door Raymond Ambulance, Inc. Rockingham Oil, LLC Starving Artists Movers Walsh Management Able Crane Service, Inc. AEW Warehouse & Transportation Aubin Hardware, Inc. Bennett Landscape, Inc. Bridges Brothers Movers Buckley’s Express, LLC City Fuel Co., Inc. Clipper Landscaping College Bound Movers, LLC Crawford-Vogel & Wenzel Oil D & S Express Diesel Services of Bow LLC Ditucci Petroleum Carriers, Inc. Donabedian Brothers, Inc. Eagle Warehouse & Distribution Freese Properties, Inc. dba Trailer Tom’s Green Heights, Inc., Chase the Movers Harding Metals Hartmann Oil Co., Inc. Hopkinton Forestry & Land Clearing, Inc. Huckleberry Propane & Oil Johnny Prescott & Son Oil Co. Johnstone Enterprises McGregor Memorial EMS McMillan Transport, Inc. Merrill Construction, Inc. NE-SAN New Hampshire Body & Trailer Pilgrim Foods R. G. Tombs Door Raymond Ambulance, Inc. Richard L. Heath & Sons, Inc. RicK Wenzel Oil Company Rockingham Oil, LLC Starving Artists Movers Walsh Management White Mountain Oil and Propane Wieczorek Insurance Northern New England Motor Transport Safety Group NHMTA Tariff Members NH Voluntary Vision Program NH Voluntary Dental Program

22 www.nhmta.org The last two years have been extremely challenging for everyone including businesses. We have been forced to re-evaluate the very basics of how we do business—how we interact with customers and with our own employees. I have spoken to many members that have reached out to try and navigate how best to keep their employees safe and still stay in business. Determining what was best was not always an easy task as the recommendations from the state and the CDC changed frequently. As I look back, one thing that stands out to me is that in the midst of all the confusion and frequently changing guidelines, our members did their best to put the safety of their employees as a priority. In an effort to keep employees safe when the pandemic first happened, employers transitioned staff from working in the office to working from home. Daily, weekly or monthly in-person meetings became virtual meetings. Who could have imagined that we would become proficient in using online forums such as Zoom or Webex? Driver meetings have historically posed a challenge due to early or staggered start times but add COVID restrictions into the mix, and driver meetings became even more difficult. Supervisors were forced to become more creative, in some cases moving meetings to larger areas to ensure social distancing or meet with smaller groups. Somehow, companies found a way to work together to stay in business. As the COVID numbers decreased, respective states lifted restrictions which has been encouraging but we must still stay vigilant. At times, we have witnessed a spike in positive COVID tests. It is always recommended to look at the CDC and your state’s current guidelines to determine the best course of action. This is a situation that we have not encountered since the Spanish influenza of 1918 and although things are getting better, we still need to remain vigilant. This is, by far, not over yet. We are all looking forward to getting back to normal, but it will take some time before we can get back to what we thought of as normal, the normal we had pre-pandemic. It is important to evaluate the risk across your business and put measures in place to protect your employees. For those companies that have employees that interact with customers, you may need to continue to follow some of the COVID recommendations. There are many people out there, some of which may be your customers, that are still very uncomfortable. You may need to keep certain safety measures in place, such as masks, to provide some level of reassurance to your customers. Going forward, it will be important to take some of the tools we have been using since the beginning of 2020 and incorporate them into your safety program. As we move past the worst of the pandemic, it is essential to re-evaluate your safety program. Work with your employees to evaluate the risks in their work area. This will give you an opportunity to not only uncover issues that threaten the health and safety of your workers, but also determine the severity and probability of those issues. You can then take the information and build your safety program, improve communication, training, and manage risks proactively—rather than waiting for incidents to occur. Redefining Safety Culture Post-Pandemic Article by: MaryGrace Johansen Feature Article

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24 www.nhmta.org Feature Article Changes Coming to Reporting Leases in Financial Statements BACKGROUND Back in 2016, the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) issued Accounting Standards Update (ASU) 2016–02 Leases, Topic 842. This standard’s implementation has been postponed several times due to the significance of the changes in financial reporting and more recently due to COVID-19. The standard will be required to be implemented in all non-public company financial statements prepared under generally accepted accounting principles for fiscal years beginning after December 15, 2021. For most calendar year entities, the standard will need to be implemented for the year ending December 31, 2022. If you present comparative financial statements, there are additional rules to consider regarding the need to restate the prior year reporting that need to be considered. Prior to the adoption of this standard, most leases were classified into two groups, operating leases and capital leases. Operating leases were not reporting on the entity’s balance sheet, but were expensed generally as the lease was paid, with some exceptions for leases that had free rent periods or escalation clauses. Operating leases tended to be shorter term, relative to the life of the asset being purchased. For example, a threeyear lease on a trailer would generally be an operating lease unless there was a bargain purchase price at the end of the lease or other similar criteria were met under the accounting rules. The other type, capital leases, were recorded on the balance sheet, recording an asset for the item being leased and a liability for the future lease payments (adjusted for imputed interest). The capital leases were essentially financing transactions. For example, if the lease had a bargain purchase price at the end of the least term (generally $1), the transaction is essentially a loan agreement and would be treated as a capital lease. Under the new standard, the treatment of the capital leases will be similar to how they are treated now, however, operating leases will now be required to recorded as a “right of use” asset on the balance sheet and a related liability. This is a significant change from prior practice, since the amounts owed under operating lease agreements were only disclosed previously. There is an exception to reporting the right of use asset and related liability for leases that are one year or less, however, if there are options in the lease agreement, you must consider them if they are likely to be exercised.

2022 Annual Membership Directory 25 Intro Header WHY THIS CHANGE MAY BE IMPORTANT TO YOU If you lease equipment or real property, you are required to prepare financial statements under GAAP, you will have to adopt this standard. There are computations required to report right of use and related liability on the balance sheet. If you only have a few leases, it may be practical to calculate the values using spreadsheet templates, however, for example if you lease a fleet of twenty tractors, you may wish to explore acquiring software to do the calculation for you or work with an accounting firm that has access to software that can perform this function due to the complexity of the calculations. You should consider materiality to the financial statements in determining if you need to record the lease right of use asset and the related liability which is judgmental. For example, if your only leased equipment was a small copier, you probably would not implement this standard as it would not be material to your financial statements. On the other hand, a rental of a trucking terminal, even if for a few years, most likely due to the overall lease payment in relation to the financial statements as a whole, this would need to be reported as a right to use asset under the new standard. Again, in both examples, judgement is required, and your facts and circumstances may lead you to a different conclusion. If you have material leases and you prepare GAAP statements, you should start considering the impact of this standard as soon as possible. Waiting until near the end of 2022 may delay issuance of GAAP based financial statements due to the complexity of the calculations and the new footnotes that need to be added. If you have bank or other debt with loan covenants, this accounting change may impact you. In particular, a debt to equity ratio could be significantly impacted. For example, under current standards, if you lease your trucks under operating leases, the amounts owed to the leasing company are not reported as liabilities. If currently your debt agreement requires a debt to equity ration of no more than 2.00 and if your total liabilities are $500,000 and your equity is $400,000, this would calculate to a ratio of 1.25. If the lease liability required to be reported under the new standard is $500,000, your total debt will double to $1 million, and compared to the equity of $400,000, which generally does not change upon adoption but could depending on your situation, your ratio is now 2.50, which is out of compliance. Under the new standard, the annual lease related expense reported in your income statement will generally approximate what you are recording now in most cases but could have more significant differences in some cases. If leasing is significant in your business, you should consider calculating any potential changes as it may impact a debt service ratio, which are very common in loan agreements. WHAT ABOUT TAXES Current tax law is not impacted by this new standard; thus you will report the leases as you always have. Tax law does differ some to the current accounting standards, but generally they are similar in practice. If you have loan requirements that only require a tax return, you should not be impacted by the change in standard as you probably report using tax methods internally as well. However, should your business grow and you need outside financing that will require GAAP statements, you should consider the impact of adopting this standard on your financial statements and what you will agree to for debt covenants. Consideration should be made, if leasing is material, to prepare proforma financial statements before signing any loan agreement. What is uncertain is how the lease asset will impact state apportionment calculations that use book assets as a basis. If your business apportions income between states, you should monitor state specific guidance as it becomes available. For those businesses that do report on a GAAP basis, the implementation of the new standard could result in some additional differences between the book or GAAP basis and the tax reporting. This will be more prevalent with leases with escalation clauses as the GAAP basis will be reporting the expense on a straight-line basis, versus tax that reports generally to what was paid (with some exceptions) or possibly if there were tenant improvement allowances. NEXT STEPS This is a very high-level overview of the potential impact of this new lease standard on your business. You should consider reviewing your financial statement and loan compliance requirements to determine if this standard will impact you. Wipfli, LLP would be happy to assist you in navigating any unanswered questions and we can assist you with this upcoming lease accounting standard. Please feel free to contact us at 603-627-3838 or lance. turgeon@wipfli.com. This information presented is only of a general nature, may omit many details and special rules, is current only as of its published date, and accordingly cannot be regarded as legal or tax advice. Any tax advice contained in this communication is not intended or written to be used and cannot be used by any taxpayer for the purpose of avoiding tax penalties. Please contact our office (603-627-3838 or lance.turgeon@ wipfi.com) for more information on this subject and how it pertains to your specific tax or financial situation. Wipfli (www.wipfli.com) would be happy to answer your tax and financial questions regarding these issues or other matters that may be of interest to you or your business.

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