Ag Trucking announces driver pay increase
“The key to any successful trucking operation is safe, courteous and dependable drivers,” said Ag operations manager Casey Stump.
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Ag Trucking has given drivers with two years of service at the company a pay increase, which started in early February. Veteran liquid division drivers on bonus rate are now paid $.55 cents (system) and $.45 cents (regional). Ag pays practical miles, not short miles like most carriers, company officials said.
“The key to any successful trucking operation is safe, courteous and dependable drivers,” said Ag operations manager Casey Stump. “We are proud to offer this well-deserved pay increase to the Ag drivers that make our business go every day.”
Based in Goshen, Ind., with five other terminals in the Midwest and Southeast, Ag Trucking is a leader in the food grade bulk industry, officials said.
New liquid system drivers start at $.50 cents per practical mile and get home every other weekend, officials said. To learn more about driving opportunities with Ag, call (800) 366-1216 or visit www.agtrucking.com.
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