driver pay raises

Hornady increases driver pay

Hornady Transportation drivers who live in northern Indiana are now receiving a higher pay rate of up to 46 cents per mile. They will also receive more home time and an additional 2 cents per mile of tarp pay on loaded miles weekly.

Read More

J.S. Helwig & Son ups driver pay

J.S. Helwig & Son LLC drivers received a pay increase starting June 1, James Helwig, the carrier's president and CEO announced. Drivers being paid 32 cents to 35 cents will now receive 37 cents to 39 cents, based on experience. Owner operators will receive a 3-cent pay increase.

Read More

Schneider National raises van owner-operator pay

Van owner-operators are eligible to earn 95 cents per mile, a 5-cent per mile increase, Green Bay, Wis.-based Schneider National announced today. Schneider owner-operators will earn 92 cents per mile and an additional 3 cents per mile in a quarterly performance premium. Up to $1.65 per mile with short haul premiums can be earned, the carrier said.

Read More

KLLM raises driver pay

Lead drivers in the South and Midwest, contractors and lease-purchase contractors are eligible for a pay increase, KLLM Transportation Services, based in Jackson, Miss., announced. Southeast regional lead drivers will receive a pay increase ranging from 23 percent to 25 percent, and Midwest regional lead drivers will get an increase ranging from 39 cents per mile to 43 cents per mile. Pay for regional percentage-paid contractors and lease-purchase contractors will increase to 72 percent of revenue, while over-the-road, ...

Read More

Crete raises starting driver pay

Pay will increase 3 cents effective July 1 for starting long-haul drivers at Crete Carrier, Shaffer Trucking and Hunt Transportation, Crete announced. Pay for new regional drivers will be raised 1 cent, the Lincoln, Neb.-based Crete Carrier Corp. said. All three fleet divisions have starting leasing to owner-operators as well as hiring team drivers in dry van, temperature controlled and flatbed and specialized freight, said Crete spokesman Andy Brabec. For drivers already with the fleets, the maximum ...

Read More