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Chris
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Looking for truck drivers

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Post by Chris » Tue Feb 12, 2013 3:01 pm

I have a few companies that are in need of drivers. One is a dry van for OTR. I also have three more positions for flatbed. Flatbed positions will be running just in Texas, and one of those will be home every weekend. You would need at least a couple years verifiable experience for whichever position you are interested in. All these companies are based in DFW, and the owners are great people. Looking to fill these as quickly as possible.

Shoot me a message if interested.


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Re: Looking for truck drivers

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Post by surprise_i'm_armed » Tue Feb 12, 2013 3:42 pm

You may wish to post the CDL levels they would need to have for these positions.

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Re: Looking for truck drivers

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Post by RottenApple » Tue Feb 12, 2013 3:48 pm

surprise_i'm_armed wrote:You may wish to post the CDL levels they would need to have for these positions.

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If you're referring to the CDL class A or B, I'm pretty sure he means Class A. Most, if not all, professional drivers will know that "OTR", "dry van", and "flatbed" are 99% likely to be combination vehicles. Necessary endorsements, OTOH, those are a different question (and a darn good one).


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Re: Looking for truck drivers

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Post by Chris » Tue Feb 12, 2013 6:59 pm

RottenApple wrote:
surprise_i'm_armed wrote:You may wish to post the CDL levels they would need to have for these positions.

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If you're referring to the CDL class A or B, I'm pretty sure he means Class A. Most, if not all, professional drivers will know that "OTR", "dry van", and "flatbed" are 99% likely to be combination vehicles. Necessary endorsements, OTOH, those are a different question (and a darn good one).
Yep, just a Class A and some experience. None of these companies run hazmat, tanker, doubles, etc. For flatbed, probably a solid year of flatbed experience would work. For the OTR, they're probably going to want at least two years experience.

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