Need current info on May Trucking in Pensacola

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  1. "GaToR"

    "GaToR" Bobtail Member

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    Another disgruntled (probably former driver who couldn't cut it) hiding anonymously behind a computer spewing off with no input or facts to backup his/her babble... smh
     
  2. "GaToR"

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    Been with May for a long time, they have been great to me. As stated by me before, you create your own destiny.

    And yes, they will let you take your truck/trailer home.

    Good luck, and if I can help you in any way don't hesitate to ask.
     
  3. "GaToR"

    "GaToR" Bobtail Member

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    Wow, you sure have a way with words and can sure spew garbage. And yet another disgruntled driver that will hide behind a screen name, and doesn't have a clue what he/she is talking about.

    One of those drivers I run into at a terminal now and then that whines and complains about not getting miles and how bad it is here, and in the next breath tells me how he/she told there DM that. .. they weren't taking that crappy load.. they weren't driving at night.. they weren't chaining.. etc. etc.. You get what you give, and create your own destiny.. good or bad.

    Danny is the current terminal manager at the Nashville/Lebanon terminal and is from Oregon. He has been with the company for many years. When May opens new terminals, Danny is the guy they send to get them up and running. Danny is a great guy and very loyal to drivers/employees who do there job and are loyal to the company. Chris is a DM/ and former driver and IS NOT Dannys son.. lol

    There is a new crew, Terminal manager and support team that will soon replace them. It's because the terminal is now fully operational and Danny and Chris are returning to Oregon, not because they are being replaced for some nefarious reason like you implied.

    Do yourself a favor, grow a set and suck it up buttercup.

    Laurel Hansmann "GaToR"
    Pensacola, FL terminal
    Truck# 4171
     
  4. Scooter Jones

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    Yep, I drove many a nights for .30 a mile wages for May across Wyoming on ice, snow white outs in 50 mph wind gusts to make the appt on time in Portland ;-)
     
  5. 123456

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    If they meet your needs, that's great.

    Everybody is different, and some of us prefer to work for the better outfits.

    Just do some research. The information is all over the net.
     
  6. 123456

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    Truck number for ????
     
  7. BigPerm

    BigPerm Medium Load Member

    GaToR....you seem like my kind of driver. Me; 25+ yrs, vigil CDL, CSA, etc w/ all endorsements lotsa tanker HazMat time.A professiona. Moving to Florida in next few months. Would love to PM...guess I gotta e-mail. When you have time, (no rush)...kindly do me yer email or whatever. Thanks much.

    Greg
    g_stark@hotmail.com
     
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  8. "GaToR"

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    And what "exactly" makes you the authority on "better outfits" I've worked here going on 9 years, I've done more than enough "research" Have you actually ever worked for May? I bet not. You probably are basing your opinion on what you read on "the net" from others that also have no clue. If it's said on the net.. it's gotta be true... smh
     
  9. "GaToR"

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    It's "my" truck number. Unlike others, I do not hide behind a screen name.
     
  10. "GaToR"

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    Thanks! Will email you later today.
     
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