top paying tanker company

Discussion in 'Tanker, Bulk and Dump Trucking Forum' started by PALOU, Jun 1, 2014.

  1. Cali kid

    Cali kid Road Train Member

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    Thanks Mack like I said before out here both brenntag pacific and univar make a killing and they are the only other tanker company besides mine I would consider out here.
     
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  3. Emmanuel T Gonzalez

    Emmanuel T Gonzalez Bobtail Member

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    Quality carriers aka coast carriers is one of the best companies i ever drove for would highly recommend them made over 136k my first year with them as an owner op.You only need one year tanker otr hazmat and twic but hear superior is good too.
     
  4. maninthemoon1

    maninthemoon1 Medium Load Member

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    I'm guessing avg 55k ...at Brenntag is about 50hrs a week ... Brenntag is a great paying company , they don't low ball their drivers. Never worked for them but applied to their Henderson Ky plant back in 07 just 6 months prior to Jevic going under , the guy thought I was schizophrenic or something , when I told him been with Jevic 7 yrs and leaving before they go belly up. We did a lot of work involving Brenntag , and I think it was his impression that I spent too much time listening to rumors that he never called me back. He pretty much told me he thought I was nuts. Wonder if he remembered that the day Jevic filed chapter13. I should've called him back , maybe at that point he would've had a different demeanor .
     
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  5. Thermos Bottle

    Thermos Bottle Light Load Member

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    Is that net pay? After taxes, fuel, expenses, etc?
     
  6. westcoast

    westcoast Light Load Member

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    at .60cpm, if u sitting at the truck stop a lot. it amount???. The up to sound too good to be true
     
  7. Myron_is

    Myron_is Bobtail Member

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    This^
     
  8. westcoast

    westcoast Light Load Member

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    True. 1. not a lot of turn over. not a lot of opening. 2. just to get on board, is by a long shot. They mainly hire from refer from people inside company. But once u in. U would not leave, unless u got fired or retired.
     
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  9. westcoast

    westcoast Light Load Member

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    as high as they r. I know people left and always come back to CA. There must be a reason. With 700k, u can buy a few acre and 3k sq ft house , on a lake.
     
  10. Edjahman

    Edjahman Medium Load Member

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    I totally agree with this. I was working graveyard 5 days per week 12-14 hours per day and a 45-1 hr commute each day. Half of my first day off was spent sleeping.

    I made really good money but it never felt like I had a day off really.

    I'm going back out on the road with the hope that my time off will be of a higher quality. I'll take a week per month as opposed to that local job anyday.

    Take care.
     
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