They have a terminal in Clovis NM and haul milk out of this area. They always have adds in the paper and on the radio looking for drivers. It seams like they have a hard time keeping drivers. I am curious if anyone has heard good or bad info about this company or the terminal in Clovis. I would appreciate any info on them.
Indian River Transport, Co. - Winter Haven, FL.?
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I don't know anything about Clovis but here's info on the company courtesy of a friend of mine, Carlo:
INDIAN RIVER TRANSPORT (2 years O.T.R. required w/HAZMAT)
Starting Mileage Pay (Short Miles):
0-1 year: .32
1-2 years: .33
2+ years: .34
Monthly Incentive/Bonus Pay (Must run minimum of 12,000 miles monthly to qualify):
12,000 miles: +.04 All miles.
13,000 miles: +.06
14,000+ miles: +.08
Per Diem Pay:
.08 of your mileage pay is NOT TAXED.
Layover Pay (after 48 hours, then retroactive to first 24 hours):
1 week after 1 year.
2 weeks after 5 years.
2-3 weeks out, 2-4 days in.
Rider Program (after 90 days):
insurance (after 30 days)
Single plan $40/week.
Family plan $80/week.
Dental and Life insurance:
Single plan $5/week.
Family plan same.
401k plan (After 1 year):
Company will match $1,000 to the first $2,000 driver contributes.
Florida to California, Florida to the Northeast, Florida to Canada, California to the Midwest, California to the Northeast, Midwest to the Southeast, Midwest to the Northeast, Northeast to the Southeast.
I highly doubt it. There is a culture in food grade companies that would not ever permit something lik this to happen. And very rarely will a food grade producer load your trailer without the wash ticket that proves that the trailer has been cleaned. No tickee, no shirtee!!!
I can't imagine a company taking that sort of risk, since if there is a food contamination, the total costs can run up into millions of dollars easily.
Could there have been a screwup and this happened? Yes, but I can't see it being done intentionally.
I can't see an intentional dirty load either. A mistake, okay. But this is a company who runs out of FL and that state has checks on so much of its agriculture products it seems completely unreasonable for a successful company to do anything like this.
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