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Class A CDL Owner Operators - Hopper Bottom Drivers 150K-200K Average Annual Pay

Company: OAKLEY TRUCKING
Location: Kernersville
Posted on: May 5, 2021

Job Description:


Hopper Bottom 1.57 loaded / $1.32 empty + FSC on all miles

Hopper $1.57 loaded / $1.32 empty FSC on all miles (Pay is based on how much commodity you can haul. The lighter the truck the better)

Owner Operators - Regional and OTR Hopper Bottoms!

CALL (877) 572-0493 TODAY!
Oakley s Hopper jobs are perfect for Owner Operators who prefer low-strain work. PLUS no up-front investment in special equipment. Call us today, and find out how Oakley drivers earned more than $2 Million in contract-performance bonuses in 2019 alone!
APPLY ONLINE OR CALL (877) 572-0493 TODAY!
BENEFITS:

  • 100% Owner Operator
  • Excellent pay & steady work year round
  • Earn top pay per mile on all miles loaded or empty (includes 100% of fuel surcharge)
  • Home weekends
  • Teams and Solos
  • Regional and OTR
  • Base plate program
  • We supply and maintain the trailers
  • Fuel surcharge paid Loaded and Empty
  • Financially stable. Never a single layoff due to economic circumstances.
  • Anniversary bonus: 10 per mile and increases $.01 each year of service. Over $3.1 Million paid in 2020
  • Family-owned, family-friendly
  • A consistently solid safety record and reputation

    REQUIREMENTS:
    Tractor weight limit of 19,000 pounds (Hopper trucks are required to carry minimum loads of 50,000 pounds for Total Weight maximum of 80,000 pounds).

    APPLY ONLINE OR CALL (877) 572-0493 TODAY!

Keywords: OAKLEY TRUCKING, Winston-Salem , Class A CDL Owner Operators - Hopper Bottom Drivers 150K-200K Average Annual Pay, Professions , Kernersville, North Carolina

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