TheTrucker.com

Rush Trucking

Rush Trucking
Family. Service. Safety. See What Moves Us.

Andra Rush, a woman and Native American, founded Rush Trucking Corporation in 1984 to serve the competitive automotive logistics industry. Starting with just three trucks, there are now numerous hubs and a growing fleet.

Andra Rush founded Rush Trucking Corporation in 1984 to serve the competitive automotive logistics industry. As a woman- and Native American-owned transportation solutions provider, Rush Trucking was sure to attract attention. However, the driving force behind Rush Trucking’s three decades of success is Andra’s commitment to customer service, safety, and to treating her staff like family. A culture of service and appreciation has generated loyal employees, long-term customers, and significant growth—from just three trucks and one location in 1984 to multiple hubs and an ever-growing fleet in 2018.

What has guided Rush over the years is fundamentally a focus on people. We know happy employees lead to happy customers. That putting “Safety First is Safety Always” into practice sends the message that we are all valuable, from our driver personnel to the people they share the road with. And that good customer service means delivering on your promises and treating others the way you want to be treated. At Rush, thanks to our dedicated and inspired staff, we always deliver.

Drive into a Great Career with Rush.

female-truck-driverWhen you join the Rush Trucking family, we want you to be with us for the long haul. Whether you’re just beginning your transportation and logistics career or making a mid-career switch, you deserve to be excited about your work and to know your employer appreciates you. We offer competitive pay and benefits, a variety of schedules, and a safety-focused culture.

Our Work

Options to Meet Your Needs

At most locations, we offer local/shuttle, regional, or over-the-road work, including home-daily options. As a 24/7 operation, we also have alternative shifts available. Many locations also offer no-touch freight.

Local and Shuttle: Home-daily routes within 100 miles of one of our hub locations.

Regional and Long Haul: Over-the-road lanes operating within a specific geographic region or across the United States.

Our Fleet

Late-Model Equipment and Responsive Maintenance

Providing reliable, well-maintained equipment is central to our motto, “Safety First is Safety Always.” Our trucks have a top speed of 68 mph and are equipped with QualComm technology.

Our fleet features sleepers and day cabs, 700+ dry van trailers, and 75 drop-deck trailers. Through partnerships with leading equipment suppliers, we add specialized transport options or additional capacity to meet demand.

Our Perks

Competitive Pay, Benefits, and More

Pay and Benefits: Forget pay-per-mile. Our (pay-by-the-lane) system ensures you are fairly compensated for your specific route’s complexity and frequency. Company drivers are also eligible for health and dental coverage, retirement programs, and bonuses for safe driving.

Employee Assistance Program and Company Discounts: Life gets complicated for everyone sometimes. Rush provides an employee assistance program to help when personal issues arise. We can also offer exclusive discounts on select products and services through our customers and partners. Need a new car? Planning a vacation? Shopping for the best phone plan? It pays to be part of the Rush family!

Facts and Figures

  • 3 – average tractor age, in years
  • 5 – average trailer age, in years
  • 180 – days between routine preventative maintenance