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OTR Company Driver - Dry Van

Company: Poly-Trucking
Location: Kansas City
Posted on: March 20, 2023

Job Description:

At Poly Trucking, drivers are not just another number. We treat our drivers like family and only hire the highest quality drivers.-- The freight is no-touch and no hazardous materials are hauled in our equipment.
Terminal Locations

  • Grand Prairie, TX
  • Baytown, TX
  • Henderson, NV
  • Cottage Grove, MN
  • Chester, SC
    • All drivers paid $.70 per hub mile (no sliding scale, no gimmicks)
    • Drop Pay, Layover Pay, Breakdown Pay
    • Cell phone reimbursement of $50.00 per month
    • Medical and Dental insurance (no deductibles & low copays)
    • Retirement Plans (401k and Roth IRA)
    • Paid vacation ( 1 week after 1 year and 2 weeks after 3 years)
      If you are interested in joining our growing fleet, contact our recruiting team today at 972-337-7339.


      Must have at least 1 year of driving experience.--

      • Must meet all Federal and State requirements for certification and CDL Licensing for Class A, including a current DOT physical/drug screen meeting the requirements set forth by section 391 of the Federal Motor Carrier's Safety Regulations and company policy.

      • Must have satisfactory, verifiable previous experience in Interstate Commerce, Class A Vehicle Operation and the transportation of freight.

      • Must maintain a daily record of hours of service log according to the Federal DOT, State, and Company requirements.

      • Able to withstand abrupt hour's changes, irregular work/rest cycles.

      • Must meet all Company requirements set forth in driver handbooks.

Keywords: Poly-Trucking, Kansas City , OTR Company Driver - Dry Van, Professions , Kansas City, Kansas

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