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Military veterans honored by C.R. England

C.R. England honored six military veteran drivers by naming them to the company's Honored Veterans Fleet.

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Driver wins $5,000 as part of major carrier’s driver referral program

Averitt Express driver Brad Rogers was awarded $5,000 by the company as part of the company's driver referral program.

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TCA names 2016 Best Fleets to Drive For

The two fleets won based on driver satisfaction in areas like pay and benefits. See the two winners here...

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Celadon launches truck lease program for drivers

Celadon’s new “Rent-to-Run” program is a full-service truck lease program in which drivers get “all rewards of being an independent contractor without the risks,” the company said.

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Trucking company honoring vets with military-themed wraps

Contract Transport Services, out of Green Bay, Wis., is honoring military veterans with trucks wrapped to honor each branch of the military, as well as donating two cents per loaded mile the five trucks run to a local veterans charity.

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Large carrier turnover rate hits 100 percent, ATA reports

The annualized turnover rate for large truckload carriers rose 13 points to 100 percent in the third quarter of 2015, ATA reports.

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2016 Best Fleets to Drive For announced by TCA

Fleets are scored on total compensation package, health benefits, pension plans, professional development opportunities, career path/advancement opportunities and more. Here are 2016's 20 winners.

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Large carrier announces pay increase for safe drivers

U.S. Xpress will increase the base mileage pay for OTR solo drivers who are accident, ticket and CSA violation free for 12 months, effective March 1.

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C.R. England amends training program, raises pay for trainees

C.R. England has announced changes in its training programs and an associated pay increase of more than 12 percent for drivers in the company's Phase 2 training program.

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Werner company drivers to receive pay increase

Werner announced Monday, Nov. 30, a pay increase for its 48-state solo van company drivers, which will equate to an average of $5,000 in increased annual pay, according to the company.

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