United Van Lines

(800) 299-1700

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  • Equipment and Maintenance
  • Dispatchers and Managers
Based on 2 Reviews

Reviews Review this Company

  • Overall
  • Home Time
  • Equipment and Maintenance
  • Dispatchers and Managers
Pros
Work the drivers
Cons
Slow season

Need to communicate more with each other be on the same page

Currently Employed at Company: Yes
  • Overall
  • Home Time
  • Equipment and Maintenance
  • Dispatchers and Managers
Pros
High value freight and variety
Cons
Very limited home time if 7ou run hard enough to generate decent revenue

Declining revenue, and less to choose from.

Currently Employed at Company: Yes

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Pay
$155,000 per Year
Position
Owner Operator
Trailer Type
53 foot flat floor
Years of CDL Experience
5+ Years
Location
Fort pierce fl
Pay
$55,000 per Year
Position
Company Driver
Trailer Type
Household van
Years of CDL Experience
5+ Years
Location
Richmond Virginia
Currently Employed at Company: Yes
Pay
$1,000 per Week
Position
Company Driver
Trailer Type
Van
Years of CDL Experience
5+ Years
Location
Carlisle, PA
Currently Employed at Company: Yes
Pay
$312,000 per Year
Position
Owner Operator
Trailer Type
Dry van
Years of CDL Experience
5+ Years
Location
Canton ma

Discussion


Vermaxtar
United Van Lines - McCollisters

Located in Burlington, NJ. Low pay (.43 CPM), especially for company drives and they lied big time. Told me I was going to be exclusively hauling electronics but they quickly turned me into a mover after one trip. (At 58 years old I did not want to be a mover) I hung in there for 3 months waiting for the right time to make a move. Gave them 2 days notice and I was gone!

As for potential lease drivers, their trucks available have over 800K miles. And their warehouse people only get paid $8.50 to $11.00 and hour and the 11 bucks was to someone who had been there over 10 years! A crappy company that people should stay away from.

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Vermaxtar
United Van Lines - McCollisters

My dad has a good friend driving for the Armstrong branch and he owns his own truck a 2004 freightliner he leased from them, and he's making a killing, even after paying labor, fuel, claims and all that fun crap. It was something I wanted to do at one point, it was actually the main reason I got my cdl was to drive for United, but after I started hauling FREIGHT not household, I never looked back lol, yes the money is great, if you know what your doing, but like I said your working for every penny

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