Intermodal Driver Jobs in New Jersey

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What is an intermodal driver?
An intermodal driver is a specific trucking job that has the driver hauling freight within a shipping container. This form of freight transportation occurs when cargo is needed to either be moved to or from another mode of transportation, like a cargo ship or train. The typical responsibilities for an intermodal driver job include picking up and delivering freight, to either the next location or its final designated destination and ensuring that the cargo arrives safely and on time. The driver is also responsible for recording the weight of the cargo, miles traveled and total travel time.
What does Intermodal mean in truck driving?
Intermodal freight transport is the transportation of freight in an intermodal container (shipping container) or vehicle and utilizing multiple forms of transportation (e.g., plane, boat, train or truck) without handling any of the actual cargo within the container. What this means to a truck driver who takes on an intermodal trucking job, is that they will be a crucial part in connecting freight between ocean ports and rail or delivering cargo to its final destination. This form of trucking will have drivers on routes between ocean ports, rail terminals and inland shipping docks.
How much do Truck Drivers make in New Jersey?
The average salary of a CDL truck driver in New Jersey is $80,376 per year or $1,546 per week. CDL truck drivers can make anywhere from $68,000 to $92,170 depending on where they are driving and how many hours per week they are driving.
Which cities in New Jersey are Intermodal CDL Truck Drivers most in demand?