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Calark to raise company driver pay

According to Calark President Rochelle Bartholomew, most of the current Calark hires are from referrals and rehires, which she says is a compliment to the company.

The Associated Press

7/23/2012

LITTLE ROCK —  Calark International has announced that it will be giving an across-the-board pay increase for all company drivers beginning August 14.

"The new pay package will be very good for drivers," said Calark President Rochelle Bartholomew. "We appreciate the dedication and loyalty our drivers have shown throughout the years. Calark has survived through economic struggles and could not have succeeded without our drivers."

According to Bartholomew, most of the current Calark hires are from referrals and rehires, which she says is a compliment to the company.

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"We hope this new pay package will also be attractive to prospective drivers who may be interested in working for Calark," said Bartholomew.

Headquartered in Little Rock, CalArk Trucking serves customers as a full truckload irregular route general commodities carrier with 800 tractors and 2,200 dry vans. It maintains terminals in Little Rock; Mabelvale, Ark.; Malvern, Ark.; Taylor, Mich.; Hurricane Mills, Tenn.; Garland, Texas; Laredo, Texas ; Monterrey, Mexico; and Queretaro, Mexico.

For more information, contact CalArk at 888-4-CalArk or visit www.calark.com.

Kevin Jones of The Trucker staff can be reached for comment at kevinj@thetrucker.com.

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