Fuel and Specialty Products Motor Carrier - Love's
Certification from accredited truck driving academy.
Truck companies in New Mexico that hire recent CDL grads
Discussion in 'Questions From New Drivers' started by Pens4Stanley, Dec 2, 2022.
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RockinChair Road Train Member
- Feb 19, 2012
There are lots of companies doing oulfield work out of Hobbs / Lovington, fuel out of Artesia, and milk out of Clovis / Portales.
New Mexico is a tough state for truckers.
You have a nice chunk of the permian basin so there is oilfield work
You also have some pretty good dairy stuff going on down south
There is a bit more oilfield work around Farmington
Navajo used to hire New Mexicans fresh out of school but they just ended their training program
Times are tough to drivers here and the list of companies that hire from here is much shorter .
Very little freight originates here, this is a black hole at least as bad a florida for loads .tscottme and Pens4Stanley Thank this.
tscottme Road Train Member
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- Jul 25, 2008
Funny thing you mentioned I had spoke to Western Dairy today. Unfortunately I have to save up to get to New Mexico and move down there.
If you are not an outdoorsman , there is not much to do herePens4Stanley and tscottme Thank this.
If you don't want OTR and still want a decent paycheck, then Labatt Foodservice is a good choice.
Labatt Food Service
Albuquerque, NM 87121
$65,000 - $90,000 a year
Labatt Food Service is now hiring for a Student Driver in New Mexico.
Must be able to provide a valid New Mexico Class A Permit or New Mexico Class A CDL.
Paid training to acquire your Class A CDL
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Honestly though, the nice thing about trucking is not having a house for the first few years
I suggest signing on with a carrier where you are then tell them you want to stay out west more
Eventually you can buy a place in NM and take hometime there or get a local job
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