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CDL-A Dedicated Truck Driver - $1,825 Weekly Pay!

Company: Kane Transport
Location: Fargo
Posted on: January 15, 2022

Job Description:

CDL-A DEDICATED - HOME DAILY TRUCK DRIVER JOBS - HAULING ETHANOL

Earn $1,825 per Week + Detention and/or Per Diem
CDL-A Dedicated truck drivers get home daily with great pay and steady freight!

CDL-A Dedicated Company Truck Driver Jobs Details:

Earn $1,825 per week + detention and/or per diem
$1,000 weekly minimum pay
Home daily on a dedicated lane
Monday - Friday schedule
New PTO - start earning PTO time after 90 days of employment
Haul Ethanol from Fergus Falls to Winnipeg
Earn more on holidays
Safety bonus - earn up to $600 Quarterly
Medical, dental, vision, 401k & more

CDL-A Dedicated Truck Driver Requirements:

Must have valid CDL-A
Must have Tanker and Hazmat endorsements and Passport
Must be able to go to Canada
Must have at least two (2) years experience on semi (tractor-trailer) equipment or proof of graduation from a certified driving school and one (1) year verifiable driving experience
No more than 3 moving violations in the last 5 years

Kane Transport, a TransWood company, is where CDL-A truck drivers can build a successful career that lasts. We reward your hard work with competitive pay and great benefits plus flexibility, courtesy, and stability. Our regional driving jobs for Class A truck drivers offer predictable schedules and high earning power with freight that stays steady year-round! Join Kane for big company strength with the small company personal touch!

Apply for CDL-A Dedicated - Home Daily Company Truck Driver Jobs Today!

Call us at 855-857-1053

Keywords: Kane Transport, Fargo , CDL-A Dedicated Truck Driver - $1,825 Weekly Pay!, Professions , Fargo, North Dakota

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