Whiteline Express

(855) 969-4699

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Based on 2 Reviews

Profile

 Whiteline Express, Ltd. is a truckload carrier with headquarters in Plymouth, MI. It was founded in 1983 to provide value added services for our affiliated companies. Since that time, we have continually grown to include terminals in Plymouth, MI, Jackson Center, OH, Medina, OH, Alsip, IL, and Champaign, IL.

The cornerstone of our service strategy is to provide strategic advantage to our customers. And as an EPA Smartway Partner, Whiteline Express is committed to technologies and processes that reduce our carbon footprint while protecting the environment for future generations.


Salary

Whiteline Express offers its employees the following pay and benefits:

  • Base pay up to $.43 cpm
  • Practical mileage paid, not shortest
  • Safety & Log Incentive Programs
  • Home 3 out of 4 weekends per month
  • Referral bonus
  • Stop off, Detention and Layover Pay
  • EZ Pass provided
  • Late model equipment with E-logs/PeopleNet
  • 1 week vacation after 6 months
  • Driver Wellness Program
  • Low Cost Medical Coverage
  • $20,000 basic life insurance policy
  • Low cost life, & disability insurance provided by Company
  • 401k with company match
  • Profit Sharing
  • Excellent Home Time – Home most weekends
  • No Haz-Mat
  • No Touch Light Freight
  • Rider & Pet Policy
  • Direct Deposit

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Reviews Review this Company

  • Overall
  • Home Time
  • Equipment and Maintenance
  • Dispatchers and Managers
Pros
Home every weekend. Excellent pay and benifits. Alot of new trailers and new truck arriving soon. My terminal shop is the bomb. Great fast service
Cons
No didicated runs. Dont go south like texas and Louisiana or florida.

Best company ive worked for. Have had serveral companies on past. Love this company alot. Great pet and rider policy.

Currently Employed at Company: Yes
  • Overall
  • Home Time
  • Equipment and Maintenance
  • Dispatchers and Managers
Pros
None
Cons
They steal your check

This company will not only lie too you they will steal your pay check so they van get Chet air from him being over weight or to Christy to take dispatch school to learn how to do the job right

Currently Employed at Company: Yes

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Pay
$75,000 per Year
Position
Company Driver
Trailer Type
Dry van
Years of CDL Experience
5+ Years
Location
Jackson center ohio
Currently Employed at Company: Yes

Discussion


TSTONE
Whiteline Express

Hi I'm a new member, I've been working for Whiteline Express for almost 16 months now - they changed the pay to the better shortly after I started. I had 4 years exp when I started with them, within a few weeks my pay (based on experience) went from 35 cpm to 39 cpm - I now have 5 years and I'm at 40. They top out at 41 with 6 or more verifiable experience. They are absolutely 100% no touch, I think I've only swept out 1 trailer in over a year. They don't run you hard however and give you a lot of time to deliver, they advertise 2000 miles a week getting home 3 weekends out of the month. I'm 62 and wanted to wind down some, but they have a nice quarterly bonus that has averaged (for me) over $400 a quarter, this is based on safety etc. Most people don't know they are a division of Plastipak, a billion dollar company that makes plastic preforms and bottles for companies like Pepsi, Motts, Doctor Pepper and my more, very financially secure trucking company. If you want to make a decent living and don't want to bust a nut doing it, whiteline is probably the best kept secret, and by the way good benefits with 401K 50% match and profit sharing as well. Good luck hope you find what you're looking for.

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TSTONE
Whiteline Express

I see them at various paper plants i go to, occasionally have talked a bit with some of their drivers. They are a van company primarily, running the midwest for the most part. Drivers seemed about average on the happiness scale, pay is standard for the industry. Trucks are mainly IH sleepers, plain jane fleet models, but they do the job well enough. Basically, this is a fairly quiet company that seems to fit in with the middle of the industry. You could probably do better somewhere, you could just as easily do worse. Depending on where you live and locations of the terminals, they might well be worth a look.

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