Southeast Milk Inc. Bellview, Fl

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  1. Flattop23

    Flattop23 Light Load Member

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    Looking for some info on this company any Florida and south Georgia know about them I check their website for some answers but didn't find anything but a couple reviews on indeed
     
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  3. lual

    lual Heavy Load Member

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    @Flattop23 --

    Truth be told....you will probably make more money.....and do better...if you sign on with Indian River Transport, instead:

    Indian River Transport Company

    You can run milk in the southeast with Indian River--and/or work with other products, as well.

    With Southeast--it's just milk.

    Don't get milked by the dairy world, ok?.....:p

    --Lual
     
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  4. Flattop23

    Flattop23 Light Load Member

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    I don't mind going to dairy farms to pick up the milk I grew up around them this position is regional driving you don't have to collect the milk just drop and hook staying out for 6 days
     
  5. nomoreups

    nomoreups Bobtail Member

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    What would you like to know? I worked there for 1.5 years before getting laid off. Apparently they laid off more workers since me back in May 2022. It was the only job I truly enjoyed except for the pay.
     
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  6. Flattop23

    Flattop23 Light Load Member

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    I just called the Bellview terminal yesterday they got a hiring freeze going on what's the deal with that not enough dairy farms or too many drivers
     
  7. Flattop23

    Flattop23 Light Load Member

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    What was your typical start time how many hours did you guys work and what number of dairy farms you picked up
     
  8. Redtwin

    Redtwin Road Train Member

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    Probably facing competition from other haulers.

    We are barely keeping up with the milk loads we have, doubt it's an issue of not enough milk to haul.
     
  9. Flattop23

    Flattop23 Light Load Member

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    couple of my cousins drive for them at the north Florida terminal I believe they only have two dairy to load or they might get send up to quitman and montezuma if they can't keep up with the loads why lay off drivers
     
  10. Flattop23

    Flattop23 Light Load Member

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    I'm waiting on a recruiter to call me back I'm gonna see if I can jump on a local milk hauling gig at Indian river hopefully they'll give me a call this afternoon so what is the pay
     
  11. Redtwin

    Redtwin Road Train Member

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    Pay is the same as other products. 60 cpm or percentage if the trip is less than 250 miles. If my math is not far off, the rate is 24% of the load.

    Only good thing about running milk is being able to use agricultural exemption when going to the farms. Gives you more hours to run and of course you make more money but 14 hrs driving wears on you after a while.
     
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