What I do - Hauling liquid fertilizers with super b trains

Discussion in 'Tanker, Bulk and Dump Trucking Forum' started by seabring, Dec 8, 2011.

  1. seabring

    seabring Road Train Member

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    I am out of tanks now and back to running reefers. I would say just get on the phone and start calling companies. Most tank companies want some experience like you allready have . They will usually put you through an induction training course then may put you out with another driver to show you how it's all done. That's what I did when I got into a tank truck. Or you could look into jobs in the oil patches, North Dakota and Oklahoma etc.
     
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  3. robr

    robr Bobtail Member

    Sounds like an interesting job. I've been hauling fluid for the better part of 23 years now. I always liked hauling fuel, especially from the bulk plants to the bush for logging operations and for the oil patch. The money is better hauling crude and produced water, frac fluids and that sort of thing though.
     
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    wowo6057 Light Load Member

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    Cant seem to get any thing going here in So. Cal. tried fuel, they want time pulling. Texas seems locked up but maybe Oklahoma, that may be the next step. Seems like the road is heading out of So. Cal. anyway, I'm good with that, tired of the rat race, need to slow down a bit. Thanks guys
     
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