GRANGER, Iowa — Barr-Nunn Transportation has created two new solo regional fleets and one new team fleet, both offering a new pay option, “Shift + Load Pay.” The pay program is available in most regions served by Barr-Nunn Transportation.
Shift + Load Pay offers the following options:
- Drivers in select Southeastern cities who run primarily in southeastern states: Truck drivers earn $200 for their on-duty shift and earn $50 for each load hauled during these shifts. Drivers can work Sunday through Thursday, with Friday and Saturday off each week.
- Drivers in select Midwestern cities who run primarily in midwestern states: Truck drivers earn $260 for on-duty shifts and earn $40 for each load hauled during these shifts. Drivers can work Sunday through Thursday, with Friday and Saturday off each week.
- Established team drivers in 24 select states: Team drivers earn $275 for on-duty shift and split $100 for each load hauled during these shifts. Team drivers are out for 30 days and can take up to 15 days off.
“The Shift + Load Pay program is very rare in our industry in that it offers qualified drivers a consistent weekly paycheck and the ability to take control of their income,” said Jeff Blank director of recruiting for Barr-Nunn Transportation. “Although there are a limited number of Shift + Load Pay driver positions, we are excited to offer these new fleet options to the safest professional drivers.”
In addition, Barr-Nunn Transportation truck drivers using the Shift + Load Pay option are still eligible to earn CSA (compliance, safety, accountability) Safety Bonuses ranging from $700 to $1,025 every 90 days, as well as paid time off (PTO). To find out more about Barr-Nunn Transportation’s Shift + Load Pay option, click here.
Founded in 1982 with 13 trucks, Barr-Nunn has grown to a fleet of about 550 tractors and more than 1,800 dry vans. The company has been recognized multiple times as a Certified Top Pay Carrier by the National Transportation Institute.
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