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    Trimac

    I want to drive for trimac as an O/O.. I have heard nothing but good things about their program.. Does anyone beg to differ?


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    Quote Originally Posted by jojodamann View Post
    I want to drive for trimac as an O/O.. I have heard nothing but good things about their program.. Does anyone beg to differ?
    I've known about the McCiag family that controls TriMac from the time I was a teenager in the 50's. They have a very solid and well run company that has terminals across North America.



    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bud_McCaig


    http://www.trimac.com/object/TrimacCompanyHistory.html

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    Thanks for that info praire boy.. I have done the O/O with another company in the past and it was horrible. I just want to make sure that I would be joining a rock solid company with a good rePutation.. This is my livelihood and can't afford to get dooped when it comes to taking care of my family. I believe trimac is a great company, with a great compensation package for their O/O's.

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    Calgary Business Hall of Fame


    Bud McCaig has been involved in Trimac since 1945 when it was founded as Maccam Transport Ltd. In 1960, Trimac was formed, and it purchased H.M. Trimble to acquire ...
    calgarybusinesshalloffame.org/​bio.php?page=laureates/2004/...
    Bob Thompson Miscellaneous Truck Pictures


    International V-liner 185 Maccam Transport taken at Saskatoon, SK in 1963: Maccam Transport C-850 Super Duty: Maccam Transport Ford F-850 Super Duty
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    J.R. (Bud) McCaig - Canadian Petroleum Hall of Fame


    McCaig began his career working with his father at Maccam Transport. Opportunity knocked for the McCaigs in 1947 when Imperial Oil's Leduc No. 1 well struck oil, igniting ...
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    McCaig, John Robert (Bud) | Obituaries | McInnis and Holloway Funeral ...


    When he turned 16, Bud joined his father at his growing truck company, Maccam Transport, and not long after that Bud had three trucks of his own.
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    Bud McCaig - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia


    ... McCaig dropped out of high school to become a truck driver, following in the footsteps of his father, John W. (Jack) McCaig, for whom he worked in the Maccam Transport ...
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    Linamar Transportation Inc. Logistec Corporation Look Communications Inc. Louis Dreyfus Canada Ltd. Maccam Transport Ltd. Mackie Moving Systems Corporation
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    ... an impressive record for the company that had its beginnings in 1945 in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan when Jack McCaig and his partner Al Cameron started Maccam Transport.
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    Maccam Transport Ltd. (008327) P.O. Box 3500 Calgary, Alberta T2P 2P9 Telephone: 403-298-5141 Fax: 403-298-5146. Mackie Moving Systems Corporation (005487)
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    Thye've been in business for 66 years. Actually, you see old pictures of Mercury trucks. Mercury's were sold in Canada only. They were a Ford Product, just a different grill that's all.

    MacCaig and Cameron owned Maccam Motors Ford Dealership in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan and that's how the name MACCAM came about for the trucking company.

    I'll see if I can get more history on it:

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    Wow! I see that you are from Canada and you know your history of the company very well. I am a local driver so I don't see much of their trucks now. But if you happen to run into a trimac O/O on the road see if they will give you their phone number so I can talk with them.

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    I was a O/O for 2 1/2 years from 1/05 to 2/07 . $1.10 loaded .90 empty hauling tankers. I'm currently waiting to drive part-time on the weekend for some extra cash as a company driver doing bulk work. Just waiting for things to pickup to start working by the end of the month.

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    I just came off being a co. driver at 307 Houston. While there ( 9 mos ) I had terrible payroll problems. I spent hours every week going over my stub line by line and matching bills. Over 30 out of 38 checks were wrong. One week they gave me a - $45.00 check and ultimately, I'm not sure I got all my money. If you're hitting a grand a week then you don't really miss say $50.00 but when you struggle to gross $900 and they leave 3 or 4 hundred off, well that's different.

    It's not a isolated issue with me either. I spoke to several drivers over time whom had the same problems. Seems if you have a "deal".... ( a dedicated run w/ no changes ) then you're ok, it's when you do multiple things that confuses payroll.

    When I left it was before the end of the first quarter. the payroll gal told me I would get my safety incentive because I earned it. It's 8&#37; of your pay if you don't tear anything up or spill anything and it's payable 30 days after the quarter closes.

    They stole it from me...said it's because I left before the end of the quarter and the payroll gal don't know sheet. ( value = $800 +/- )

    So...there you have it.....

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    do they run otr or regional

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    @iwantotbeatrucker, they run both they have multiple divisions in that sense one of my classmates who was worried about being piss tested was looking at them because they have a division that stays in Canada.

    @the original poster, just as somthing to add out of our 7 different carrier tours with school, theirs was by far the best (even though they dont currently hire newbies they are in the process of putting together a program for hiring said newbies) They spent 2 and a half hours talking to us students, the head honcho and saftey manager at their branch near niagra falls i forget the name. No other carrier tour went over 30 min, They explained in detail pretty much everything about thier buisness how they run things, what a drivers day to day operations are like, and even an extensive tour of their facilities. In other words they care, alot. Me and my classmates were most impressed with them out of all of the carrier we toured even though they dont hire newbies. (at the moment anyways)

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