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    Fraley & Schilling, Inc. - Rushville, In.

    Hey Gang,
    It has been a while since I posted here. I want to relay a message that Fraley & Schilling are a great company to work with. I am very pleased with my work-load as well as the hometime that is so crucial to a trucking career. I started in November 2006 and they have taken their time in breaking me in on flatbed. I mostly haul steel from Baltimore or Pennsylvania to the mid-west. Some southern runs are available, but mostly to the mid-west. If anyone here is looking for a good flatbed company to work with ( notice I didn't say work for, but work with ), I recommend going to their web-site and getting info. fraleyandschilling.com

    It will be worth a look

    Kennyk


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    Quote Originally Posted by kennyk View Post
    Hey Gang,
    It has been a while since I posted here. I want to relay a message that Fraley & Schilling are a great company to work with. I am very pleased with my work-load as well as the hometime that is so crucial to a trucking career. I started in November 2006 and they have taken their time in breaking me in on flatbed. I mostly haul steel from Baltimore or Pennsylvania to the mid-west. Some southern runs are available, but mostly to the mid-west. If anyone here is looking for a good flatbed company to work with ( notice I didn't say work for, but work with ), I recommend going to their web-site and getting info. fraleyandschilling.com

    It will be worth a look

    Kennyk
    Glad to hear that

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    i was consider fraley and schilling how is the money and trucks and hom time can anybody help me out

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    My buddy drives for them. Miles are gone nowadays, they try to always load you to the max weight. No APU's trucks are well used. Home can be weekends if you are close to terminal.

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    I'm thinking about driving for them. there trucks are ugly but the bottom line is a good place to work and a decent paycheck for your efforts. that's all i'm lookin for at this point. hope i can get home on weekends if i live in central pa.

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    I drove for Fraley and Schilling out of Tennessee. We had an all new fleet trucks and trailers.At the time I was hired I was lied to . Just to fill a seat it started out good and went to hell about a month later. Must say it wasnt the best company I have ever worked for but by far not the worst either.

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    About to start with fraley and schilling,what do I need to know?