With Regional routes throughout the midwest, Gordon Trucking can get you home on the weekends, 6-9 days out 2 days off, or 10-14 days out 2 days off.
We have great equipment, great pay, regional opportunities, and are expanding our customer base throughout the Midwest, South, and Southeast!
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Call Brandon at 1-800-507-0170 for more information!
New Temperature Controlled Division!
If you're a refrigerated driver, you'll get an extra 2 cpm whenever the refer unit is running! This makes the starting pay for a driver in our temperature controlled divion .34-.42 cpm! (6 months - 10 years verified experience)
Depending on where you live, there are home weekly and home weekend fleets we're hiring for in both the Temperature Controlled and Dry Van divisions!
These are midwest regional runs with great mileage, great pay, great equipment, it's the beginning of your CAREER!
Call Brandon today at 1-800-507-0170 or click the "Apply Now" button to submit an applicaiton!
Compensation and Benefits
- Paid On Practical Miles/ not "shortest" miles!
- .32-.40 CPM STARTING! (6 months to 10 years verifiable)
- GTI Pays for all lumper fees
- 99% No Touch
- Paid Detention
- Escalating Stop Pay
- Short Haul Pay
- 401K With Match
- Health, Dental, Life Insurances
-Freightliner Columbia's and Cascadia's
-85% of our fleet has APU units and 100% will have them in the next 6 months
- All Trucks Are Less Than 5 Years Old
As the winner of the 2010 Fleet Safety Award,
Gordon Trucking will make sure the equipment
you drive will meed and exceed all CSA 2010
NCA Regional Fleet- Runs Nevada, California and Arizona. 5-7 days out 2 days off .29-.36 cpm starting.
Western OTR Fleet- 10-14 days out 2 days off. Runs western 11, midwest, and south .31-.38 cpm starting.
US/Canada Dedicated Fleet- Must live near Eastern WA, Idaho (Coer d'Alene) for Home Weekly. Western Washington, Oregon, California and Boise ID 7-10 days out 2 days off. .31-.38 cpm starting.
Southwest Regional Fleet- Runs Arizona, Nevada, California, Colorado and New Mexico. 5.5 days out 1.5 days home.