Dillon Transport

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  1. newguy76

    newguy76 Light Load Member

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    Does anyone know 1st hand how they are to work for. I've seen their sand haulers around Odessa. I'm in frac at the moment but thinking of moving to sand hauling.
     
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  3. Toolmantaylor

    Toolmantaylor Bobtail Member

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    Bump, maybe someone will reply. I am curious about them also.
     
  4. Charli Girl

    Charli Girl Road Train Member

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    Pm me and I'll share my exp
     
  5. Fast04gt

    Fast04gt Light Load Member

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    Hello. I'm interested in knowing about them also
     
  6. rabbiporkchop

    rabbiporkchop Road Train Member

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    I spoke to one of their drivers last week and was told the money was not very good.
     
  7. Pinhead

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    I would like to know how Dillon is in Memphis as I'm looking possibly to go elsewhere. Talked to guy out of Chicago from Craigslist all he did was rave bout them like to hear from couple drivers who been there different amount of yrs to know.
     
  8. JPenn

    JPenn Road Train Member

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    Never encountered their sand drivers, but in the Utica, their oil haulers don't have a good rep. They're subcontracting for Marathon, and they spill, speed, cause trouble with other companies, and are for the most part a royal nuisance to work around. It's particularly amusing when they come on site asking the water hauler (me!) how to do their job. Not sure how they made it out of orientation.
     
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  9. BigDog956

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    I heard they pay $150 a load but only do one load a day. Safety guy is a rookie that thinks he knows it all.
     
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