Steel Hauling Companies in pa

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  1. whtlinefvr

    whtlinefvr Light Load Member

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    Any one know of any reputable steel hauling companies in pa? I can't find any directories online with this info....
    Thanks
     
  2. Burky

    Burky Road Train Member

    Zimmerman and PGT come to mind immediately. That area is full of steel haulers, mostly running the corridor east to west.
     
  3. whtlinefvr

    whtlinefvr Light Load Member

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    Ok thanks.....I'll look into them.....
     
  4. Burky

    Burky Road Train Member

    PI&I is the one I couldn't think of. I knew there was one in Sharon Pa, but couldn't remember the name.
     
  5. ChromeDome

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    Path hauls steel. I hear hit or miss reports on them. They have been advertising there rear ends off lately. Starting to haul nation wide and buying some dry vans. With exp you would start around .38 per mile and home weekends.

    Also NBS trucking hauls steel still. I hear they are really picky who they hire though.
     
  6. whtlinefvr

    whtlinefvr Light Load Member

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    Any idea on how many miles a week? 2500 miles x.38cpm would be $950 a week...very hard to beat that when you are hauling steel. I worked at Zimmerman for 2 years and only made over 1k four different weeks. The best week I had, I ran 4,136 miles and grossed $1,102. My average gross pay was about $715 a week. So maybee I'll check this company out. Thanks....
     
  7. ChromeDome

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    Paths website says less than 1 year exp you get .37,
    2-4 is .39, 5-9 is .41

    If you have a year or more exp on flatbed add .01 to those.
    Not too bad to start at the company. Plus you are home every weekend. So I would expect 2000 to 2500 miles a week max. But ppl I know that use to work there said they will give you as many miles as you can handle. Look up Path Truck Lines.
    You may even see me eventually. I am thinking about applying Eather in January or March. I have yet to decide.
     
  8. whtlinefvr

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    C Dome,
    I will check them out and thanks for that info....
    Whiteline.......
     
  9. Ducks

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    I saw a PI&I truck just yesterday bedded down in the K-Mart parking lot. He was hauling ingots.
     
  10. ChromeDome

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    Hey White line, did you ever talk to them?
    I am going by there tomarrow and meeting with Jennifer to see what she has to say,
    My wife wants me home more than once a month. I will let you know how it goes.
     
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