Class A truck drivers no touch account

This is dedicated account with consistent freight with deliveries to one customer for experienced Class A CDL truck drivers. Drivers will haul 20 and 40 foot ship containers for a world class steamship line. All drivers come home weekly and haul no touch freight within a 650 mile radius of Wilmington, NC. Drivers will earn up to 0.40 cpm based on experience with earnings of up to $46k yearly and a sign on bonus. This position offers consistent miles, familiar routes, and a predictable schedule.
Up to $46,000 per year based on experience
$2,500 sign on bonus for experienced drivers
Mileage and accessorial pay plus potential $0.02cpm performance bonuses
No touch freight
Home weekly
Paid orientation/training
Paid miles based on PC Miler
Online truck driver pay statements
Medical, dental and vision insurance plus flexible spending options
401(k) savings plan with company match
Paid vacation time
Mobile communications platform - The latest in-truck technology with paperless logging, GPS navigation, web browsing, text-to-voice features, a color touch screen and a pull-out keypad
Access to company facilities with free and safe parking for truck drivers
On-site leadership, dispatch and maintenance
Driver Requirements:
Valid Class A CDL with 12 months of experience (not including training)
Drivers must live within 50 miles of Charlotte, NC, Laurinburg, NC, Raleigh, NC, Wilmington, NC, Carlisle, SC or Cheraw, SC
No DUI's or DWI's in the last 5 years
No drug charges in the last 10 years
No more than 2 tickets in last 12 months
Felonies and misdemeanors are looked at on case by case basis
No DOT recordable at fault accidents in last 4 years
Hazmat and Tanker endorsement required at time of hire
TWIC (Transportation Workers Identification Credential) required at time of hire
Kristy Law
Office: (559)348-8001
Fax: (559)465-1415

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