Heniff Transportation

Discussion in 'Discuss Your Favorite Trucking Company Here' started by Cyanide, Aug 25, 2012.

  1. Cyanide

    Cyanide Light Load Member

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    Hey everyone, hope y'all are doing great! Just updating things quickly (w/o details). Have still been running great since coming out after Christmas. Am pretty much running practically dedicated out of either Texas and/or Illinois to Alberta, CAN then back to those respective load points for the next one. Have dealt with some pretty crummy weather but I'll take it, especially considering that on average I'm only running one very easy load weekly and grossing $1,400+. Makes my life very enjoyable coming and going, with LOTS of time for some awesome workouts and quality sleep when on break. Anyway, I'm enjoying some very well-deserved time off right now, and will post my numbers later on. Y'all be safe and have fun!
     
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  3. RJ33RD

    RJ33RD Heavy Load Member

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    I've been seeing those trucks more and more up in Pa.
     
  4. Cyanide

    Cyanide Light Load Member

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    We've got an office in Parker, and run tons of mineral oil out of Petrolia, with lots of it going south into Florida (which pays pretty decent too).

    As for what I've been up to lately, pretty simple really; a steady diet of runs into Alberta. I'll post a general summary my numbers in a few once I touch on something first...

    My grandmother passed away at the beginning of February when I was roughly an hour from delivering in Gonzales, TX. Long and short of it, I unloaded and beat feet over to our LaPorte yard, did what was necessary with work and caught a ride to/from the airport. Heniff ended up purchasing my plane ticket for the round trip (which I later paid back through several weeks of payroll deductions), which I am very thankful for. :)

    Now for my brief summary of things which will include the time off I took through the first week of March (up to March 9th to be exact)...

    01-01 to 03-09
    Gross: $11,023 (no bonuses, only normal pay/entitlements)
    Hub Miles: 24,584 (62% Loaded, 38% Empty)
    Loads: 12
    Days Working: 55
    Days Off (Home): 13

    Works for me! Y'all be safe and have fun ;-)
     
  5. RJ33RD

    RJ33RD Heavy Load Member

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    Sorry to hear about your Grandmothers passing.
     
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  6. feedhat19

    feedhat19 Bobtail Member

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    Hey guys. Don't want to crash post, just lookin for some info. Cyanide... im glad youve found a niche that works for you. Ive enjoyed the readin. Been looking to go back on the road but try to get home on weekends. Would like to do it just like you are but it wouldnt work right now. I'm yankin a fuel tank now and have for 6yrs. I don't have any desire to go back to bumpin a life robbin reefer dock. Have been communicating with a company called fort out of illinois...just wandered if you knew much about them...also does your company do much around here. I am in eastern iowa. Thanks for any info you might have.
     
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  7. tankyanker

    tankyanker Bobtail Member

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    Glad you're still enjoying the job Cyanide. I've enjoyed your updates. Be safe out there.
     
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  8. geargrinder

    geargrinder Medium Load Member

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    Carlo: My deepest sympathy about your Grandmother. It's tough to work when losing a loved one.


    Can you, or followers of this thread tell me a little about the Parker, PA terminal? Assuming Calumet-Penreco and Sonneborne outbound. Are the runs pretty much Jersey and Chicago? Can you get weekends off and maybe a night in my bed during the week? Thanks!
     
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  9. Cyanide

    Cyanide Light Load Member

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    Good evening to everyone, and thank you for the well wishes. My apologies that I haven't kept up on here, have just been keeping busy here; very busy! About to take a week off and I promise to answer questions/give info then.

    Things have been well, between running good and making consistent income as well as popping the bonus every month. A quick word for any well-qualified, experienced tanker yankers living between Richmond, KY (south of Lexington) and the Orlando area.... We have picked up a multi-year deal hauling between those locations and, which pays extremely well. Have done 3 of those consecutively now over the last week-and-a half, and may be running it on a regular basis ;-)

    Anyway, y'all be safe and have fun, more later! HAPPY MEMORIAL DAY!!! Never forget those who paid the ultimate sacrifice to ensure our freedoms and liberties.

    Semper Fi
     
  10. mr truckdriver

    mr truckdriver Light Load Member

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    Hey Cyanide I live south of Orlando in Ft Myers do you think it would work.
     
  11. Deputy Chief

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    Cyanide, I see you guys are running an ad out of the Philly area, they are advertising local, regional and OTR. Do you know anything about that?
     
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