At the moment, there are approximately 31 companies in American Truck Simulator. The companies provide jobs in the job market and the World of Trucks market, and deliveries will often involve transporting goods from one company to another. Below is a list of all the companies in the game (some companies may appear in more than one category).
Logistic Companies Edit
These companies deal with all types of goods and act as warehouse facilities. Their warehouses tend to be found in the cities. The cargo they deal with is often the same coming in as going out.
Food Companies Edit
This category contains companies which produce raw food (farms), as well as others which use this food to make processed food.
Chemical Companies Edit
These companies deal with chemicals, either making or disposing of them. You will often require an ADR license to take jobs from these companies, but there are some types of cargo where this is not the case.
Supermarkets and Stores Edit
These are the few companies with which the average consumer is likely to deal with week in, week out. They sell the goods that other companies produce to the general public, but they need regular deliveries to keep their stocks at an acceptable level.
Vehicle Manufacture and Retail Edit
This industry uses chemicals and other raw materials to produce and sell vehicles, some specialize in production only, some in retail, and some specialize in certain types of vehicles, some not. All of these goods must be transported though.
These companies build things out of materials with which they are supplied. They can sometimes be found in rural areas, but more often than not they are to be found in the city centers.
As the names of these companies suggest, they specialize in the extraction of stone and minerals from the ground. They require specialist equipment to do this, and the product must be taken to its next destination.
|42 Print||Printing company||5|
|ABQ Cargo Center||Air logistics||2||New Mexico|
|Gallon Oil||Oil Refineries||9|
|Global Mills||Dairy||4||New Mexico|
|Heartwood Furniture||Furniture store chain||4||Oregon|
|HMS Machinery||Heavy-duty vehicles manufacturer||14|
|Home Store||Hardware store||8||Oregon|
|Oakland Shippers||Port logistics||1|
|Olthon Homes||Home Construction||2||Oregon|
|Page & Price Paper||Paper||2||Oregon|
|Phoenix Freight||Airport logistics||1||Arizona|
|Plaster & Sons||Construction||39|
|Port of San Francisco||Port logistics||1|
|Portland Cargo Central||Airport logistics||1||Oregon|
|Rail Export||Railway logistics||14|
|Sell Goods||General logistics||19|
|Voltison Motors||Vehicle Manufacturer and Dealer||33|
Upcoming Companies Edit
These companies will be introduced in the future.
- Of the companies listed here, only Bushnell Farms and Eddy's return as they were originally part of the 18 WoS Series from Across America to American Long Haul.
See also Edit
|Companies in American Truck Simulator|
|Generic||42 Print - Avalanche Steel* - Bitumen - Bushnell Farms - Charged - Chemso - Coastline Mining - Darchelle Uzau - Deepgrove* - Eddy's - Gallon Oil - Global Mills* - Heartwood Furniture* - HMS Machinery - Home Store* - Olthon Homes* - Page & Price Paper* - Plaster & Sons - Rail Export - Sell Goods - Sunshine Crops - Tidbit - Voltison Motors - Wallbert|
|Specific||ABQ Cargo Center* - Haddock Shipyard* - Oakland Shippers - Portland Cargo Central* - Phoenix Freight - Port of San Francisco|
|Event||Mud Creek Slide|
|Unused||Glasson - Lumber Jill - Zereva Clinical|
|Companies marked with * appear exclusively outside of California, Nevada, and Arizona.|