Class A Drivers

Company Name:
M.C. Tank Transport
Position Type:
Now hiring Class A CDL Company Drivers and Owner Operators with tanker and haz-mat endorsement. We offer top pay for tanker drivers so you can make more money while driving less miles; that's one of the main reasons our company's turnover rate is well below the national average. Earning potential for company drivers can exceed $60,000 per year, Owner Operators can exceed $175,000 per year.
Company Driver Compensation
oHourly pay starts at $19.00 per hour
oMileage pay starts at $.47 loaded miles and $.35 empty miles plus loading/unloading pay
oDetention pay (full hourly rate)
Company Driver Benefits
o401(k) program (with company match)
oMedical Insurance
oDental Insurance
oDisability Insurance
oFree Life Insurance
oPaid Holidays
oPaid Vacation
oFree Uniforms
Owner Operator Compensation and Benefits
oPaid Percentage of linehaul plus 100% fuel surcharge (avg is 70 - 75% of load pay)
oFree escrow account
oFree Comdata Fuel Card with fuel discounts
oFree Monthly and Annual Truck Inspections
o Bobtail/Liability/Workers Comp - insurance available at discounted rate
Driver Requirements
oCDL A license with tanker and haz-mat endorsement.
oYou must have at least two years Class A driving experience, tanker experience is not required.
oMust be at least 24 years of age
oMust have less than 3 moving violations in the past 3 years
oNo age requirement for owner operator trucks
Company Description:
M.C. Tank Transport, Inc. is a diversified family owned transportation company specializing in liquid bulk transport. We currently have terminals throughout the Midwest, South, and East. The company is built on a solid reputation for providing safe reliable services, and a dedication to building client focused transportation solutions. Whether it be liquid bulk transport, leasing services, maintenance services, or a customized logistics plan; priority number one is meeting and exceeding our customers needs in a safe and timely manner.

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