Delivery Services
Houston: 713-682-8900
Golden Triangle: 409-237-0370
SW Louisiana: 337-283-1040

Driver Services
Houston: 713-673-4300
Golden Triangle: 409-237-0380
SW Louisiana: 337-283-1050

Our Mission

Our Company History

Victory Transportation Systems was founded in 2003 in Houston, Texas with four employees and ten owner operators.  The company’s goal was to become one of Houston’s leading trucking companies.  On September 2, 2003, Anthony Cooper performed Victory’s first delivery, a local pickup truck load from La Porte to Houston.

Today, Victory Transportation Systems, Inc. is still located in Houston, Texas and has become one of Houston’s prominent trucking companies.  Victory has a mixed fleet of 102 trucks, including pickup trucks, stake beds, mini floats and tractors that will go anywhere in the continental United States.

In 2006, we added a Logistics Division to go along with our Trucking Division. We felt by adding a logistics/brokerage division we could offer more services to our customers and better satisfy their needs. Victory has developed a broad partner base with over 1,000 nationwide carriers. With this partnership we can offer any type of truck from dry van to heavy haul (HAZMAT included).

Since our adoption of the Rockefeller Habits in 2011, Victory has seen great success.  The Rockefeller Habits are based on the habits of the oil tycoon, John D. Rockefeller.  This disciplined use of company-wide planning keeps all employees on the same page and working toward the same goals.  With a systematic plan to meet and exceed our goals, the company has seen continual growth.  Since introducing the Rockefeller Habits, we have been selected for the Inc. 5000 list of the fastest-growing private companies in America three times and the Houston Business Journal’s Fast 100 twice.  Victory’s culture has also been recognized by the Houston Business Journal’s Best Places to Work twice and Houston’s Best and Brightest Companies to Work For.

Our Culture

  • Culture

    Workplace culture and environment shapes work enjoyment, work relationships and work processes. It is important to cultivate a culture of excellence by practicing the following.

    Culture is defined at Victory as:

    1. The set of shared attitudes, values, goals, and practices that characterizes an institution or organization <a corporate culture focused on excellence>
    2. Patterns of behavior
    3. “The Victory Way”
  • Creating a Culture of Accountability

    What does it mean to be accountable? Webster’s defines it as, “subject to having to report, explain or justify; being answerable and responsible.”

    Victory wants to take accountability to the next level. We expect our team to take ownership of their actions and commit to making responsible decisions. We require a level of ownership necessary for achieving these desired results:

    To See It

    To Own It

    To Execute

    With this practice, you can help yourself and others do everything possible to both overcome difficult situations and achieve operational excellence. When you assume full accountability for your thoughts, feelings and actions you can achieve your destiny. By being accountable for tasks and timeframes, we can achieve better results, faster.

  • Creating a Culture of Fanatical Discipline

    Discipline includes having the personal initiative to get started and the stamina to persevere. Being disciplined gives you the strength to withstand hardships and difficulties, whether physical, emotional or mental. It allows forgoing immediate satisfaction in order to gain something better, which requires effort and time.

    Discipline is one of the cornerstones to living a successful and fulfilling life and something we should all strive to master.

    The first step in becoming a disciplined person is to make a commitment to yourself that from this day forward you are going to do the things you know you should do, when you should do them. As part of this commitment, you cannot allow yourself to make excuses or justify not doing what you should do.

    Becoming a disciplined person will likely be the hardest thing you do, but it can also become the most rewarding. All successes in every part of your life are built on the foundation of discipline.

    I want to challenge you to start doing the little things you know you should do. As you do, recognize yourself for each thing you do. With constant awareness and sustained effort you can actually train yourself to become disciplined.

    Discipline is one of the key differentiators separating those who live successful and fulfilling lives from those who don’t.

    What does it mean to be disciplined?

    Disciplined people finish things they start.

    Disciplined people are willing to do what needs to be done even if they don’t want to.

    Disciplined people do the right thing even when no one is looking.

    Disciplined people are capable of facing and dealing with brutal facts, even about themselves.

    Disciplined people are able to commit to doing things the “Victory Way” even when they know there is a short cut.

    Disciplined people consistently train their minds and character.

    Disciplined people are proactive.

  • Creating a Culture of Excellence

    Excellence is enthusiastically pursuing and delivering above and beyond. It is promoting fun relationships with passion and commitment and proactively pursuing challenges. At Victory, we have a very fast paced environment, and we expect our team to anticipate and respond swiftly to change. Our employees will take initiative with a can do attitude approach to all situations. By holding ourselves and others to the highest of expectations, we can achieve loyalty from our customers, employees and drivers. Victory employees and drivers will maintain ethical conduct and will actively contribute to our customers and community.

  • Creating a Culture of Determination

    Victory is determined to deliver superior services and outcomes. We will encourage our employees to develop new and original ways to reach our goals while maintaining and enhancing our reputation and financial well-being. There is nothing we won’t accomplish when we put our heads together and our fears aside. We commit to following through once we start any task. No matter the circumstances we will be up front with our customers, drivers and employees. We believe in honesty and hold ourselves accountable for our actions to ensure our credibility at all times.

    “Truly successful people have learned to do what does not come naturally. Real success lies in experiencing fear or aversion and acting in spite of it.”

    – Joseph Mancusi

  • Creating a Culture of Teamwork

    Through collaboration, patience and cooperation our team will have open and honest communication. We will capitalize on the strength of each individual to enhance our joint outcomes. By being unselfish and leaving our egos at the door, we will be open to create a positive work environment that will let teams and individuals prosper and grow.

    Teamwork is the ability to direct individual accomplishments toward organizational objectives. It is the fuel that allows common people to attain uncommon results.

    “If we’re growing, we’re always going to be out of our comfort zone.”

    – Dr. John Maxwell

  • Victory

    V- Vision. Regardless of our size, our scope and reach, we all share a vision of accountability and growth. A passion for success in our professional, personal and spiritual lives guides our vision towards delivering excellence. Through Victory’s vision, our employees and drivers are responsible for influencing and strengthening our culture of excellence.

    I- Improvement. Victory believes no matter how successful you are personally or professionally, there is always room for improvement. Through training and feedback from our customers and employees, we are on a constant quest for excellence. If our employees seek continual improvement, Victory will achieve its goal of being a leader in the transportation industry. Improvement equals success.

    C- Core Values. Our core values are the backbone of our company. Ask any employee our Core Values, and they can recite them and give examples of how we live them. We use them as our moral compass to guide us not only professionally but in every aspect of our lives.

    T- “Teamwork.” Fostering teamwork is creating a work culture that values collaboration. In a teamwork environment, people understand and believe that thinking, planning, decisions and actions are better when done cooperatively. Victory believes in valuing diverse people, ideas, backgrounds and experiences. To create an overall sense of teamwork here at Victory, we know these powerful actions must occur. Our leaders must clearly communicate expectations, and no one person owns an idea, process or work area. We remain a team even when things get rough, and the temptation is to do things as an individual. Teamwork is rewarded and recognized. Compensation, bonuses and rewards depend on collaborative practices as much as individual contribution and achievement.

    O- Opportunity. Victory is determined to grow. In order to do so we have to look for opportunities. The journey to success is filled with opportunities, good and bad. Through acquisitions and expansion of our current business model, Victory will look for opportunities that align with our vision responsibly. If we take advantage of good opportunities, then our customers, employees, drivers and community will benefit.

    R- Responsibility. Victory’s responsibility to its customers is the forefront of our priorities. Through our employees and drivers, we are all responsible for providing safe and reliable service. The core of our responsibility is putting safety above all else. By investing in new equipment, constant safety training and strict hiring guidelines, Victory insures that we are responsibly and safely putting drivers on the road.


    Yes, to satisfying our customer’s logistic needs.

    Yes, to building lifelong relationships with our customers, employees and drivers.

    Yes, to being disciplined financially.

    Yes, to responsible growth.

    Yes, to asking questions and finding solutions.

    Yes, to being true to our Vision.

    Yes, to “Delivering Excellence.”

    Yes, to “The Victory Way.”

Our Team

  • Brendan Neef

    Owner/Chief Executive Officer

  • Kelly Reed

    Chief Operating Officer

  • Amber Casas

    Executive Assistant/HR

  • Garron Cotham

    Director of Information Technology

  • Susan Baker


  • Rene Gamboa

    Accounts Payable Representative

  • Erin Houk


  • JonAnne Hoff

    Account Manager

  • Dean Reed

    Account Manager

  • Jon Evans

    Account Manager

  • John Ruth

    Business Development Specialist

  • Amie Comeaux Smith

    Beaumont Terminal Manager

  • Cristian Sanchez


  • Gisel Hancock


  • Todd Cornish


  • Tom Ortner


  • Trecia Reeder


  • Cindy Gonzalez

    Dispatch Assistant

  • Andria Pruneda

    Customer Service Representative

  • Celica Rodriguez

    Customer Service Representative

  • Brody Williams

    Customer Service Representative

  • Nora Ortiz

    Night Dispatcher

  • Ron Williams

    Night Dispatcher

  • Mike Ludeke

    Director of Safety

  • Tim Taylor

    Driver Services Manager

  • Devin Graham

    Equipment Coordinator

  • Cameron Neef

    Safety Coordinator

Victory’s Core Values

  • We are the Ideal Team Player.
  • We are Safety Driven.
  • We do the Right Thing.
  • We are results Driven.
  • We think BIG-10X.
  • We WOW our Customers!
  • We give back!
  • We are the Ideal Team Player.
  • We are Safety Driven.
  • We do the Right Thing.
  • We are results Driven.
  • We think BIG-10X.
  • We WOW our Customers!
  • We give back!