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CDL-A OTR Company Truck Driver - Solo

Job Description:
Cargo Transporters gets our CDL-A truck drivers home every week in dependable equipment - your safety is our priority! It's time for you to enjoy weekly home time, drive top-quality equipment and make a great living - that's what Cargo Transporters offers you now! Cargo Transporters has outstanding OTR opportunities for professional CDL-A truck drivers just like you who want to EARN EXCELLENT HOME TIME while MAKING MORE MONEY! As one of the largest, privately owned over-the-road trucking companies in western North Carolina, we can make it happen! From our 24/7 maintenance shop and free fitness center to our extensive training program for recent CDL-A grads, it's all here! NEW Pet Policy! At Cargo Transporters, furry companions ride, too! For the first time in company history, Cargo is implementing a pet policy for all drivers, so you can bring your dog along for the ride! $300 non-refundable deposit 60 lbs.
limit for non-aggressive dog breeds Cargo Transporters is hiring experienced CDL-A Company Truck Drivers! Competitive pay package with practical mile pay 46 CPM for drivers with 1+ year of OTR experience NEW pay scale for grads 25 CPM - 8-week training 44 CPM - Upon training completion 45 CPM - 6-months from hire date 46 CPM - 12-months from hire date Out 5-7 days, Excellent Home Time Personal Dispatches Automatic Shift Transmissions Detention Pay after 2 Hours Layover pay Optional Per Diem Pay Well-Maintained Equipment Dry Van, Large Percentage One Stop Loads Family Atmosphere / Accessible Management 7 Paid Holidays Two Weeks Paid Vacation 401(K) with Company Match BC/BS Insurance VA Approved Latest Technology, Omitracs, Navigation Company subsidized Satellite TV Company provided Refrigerators Company provided Sirius/XM Radio Satellite Cargo Transporters Inc.
has been family owned and operated for 45 years.
Its driver-focused culture creates a respectful team atmosphere and approach.
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