Thomas Transportation is offering jobs in Alabama, New Jersey, Arkansas, Ohio, Delaware, and 13 others
LUNA Xpress Logistics is offering jobs in Florida, Georgia
CEVA is offering jobs in California, Georgia, Illinois, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and 2 others
Brown Trucking Co is offering jobs in Georgia, North Carolina, Tennessee, South Carolina, Kentucky, and 6 others
Soar Transportation Group is offering jobs in West Virginia, Ohio, Indiana, Tennessee, Illinois, and 34 others
E. W. Wylie is offering jobs in Ohio, Alabama, Wisconsin, Louisiana, Oklahoma, and 30 others
CRST Expedited is offering jobs in New Jersey, Alabama, Louisiana, Arkansas, West Virginia, and 29 others
Eagle Express is offering jobs in Arizona, California, Colorado, Kansas, New Mexico, and 5 others
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I'm on a dedicated account hauling cabinets out of Ferdinand, Indiana. I have a guaranteed salary of $1,100/wk (I usually make at least $1,400). I pick up preloaded trailers and make multiple stops along the way. It's 50 cpm plus $25 per stop. When I get unloaded I head back to the plant to get another load. Sometimes I get a backhaul. Sometimes not. Either way I get 50 cpm. Loaded AND empty. Very fair company to work for. If I need something I simply make a phone call and I get it. On the downside, JB trucks are small. No APU. No inverter. Passenger seat is a solid mounted "jump seat" with no adjustment. JB Hunt is a huge company with many different accounts including, but not limited to, intermodal, family dollar, masterbrand (cabinets), flatbed, dry van, local, etc. they also allow you to transfer to other accounts if there's an opening.
Guaranteed weekly salary. Well maintained, late model equipment. 24/7 support. Always preplanned-never wait for loads.
Short wheelbase tractors with small sleepers. No APU. No inverter.
Management at my account seems to have their priorities and the drivers are not one of them. They will only fix the trucks when its something that will put them out of service. Equipment is currently being traded in for newer equipment though so that's nice. They treat you good as long as you do what they say but if you disagree with them they will threaten to fire you. Hometime for me is about three days a week so it's decent but it's usually my 10 and back in the truck. I do get a 34 reset on weekends.
Hourly pay, equipment is being upgraded, and potential for high earnings
Trailers are torn up, management has lack of communication and over works certain drivers. Slow to fix issues with equipment.