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Owner Operators Wanted!!! (Marsing,Id)

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V3 Transportation Marsing , ID 83639

Posted 7 months ago


Drivers Needed for:

Straight Trucks

V3 Transportation is a rapidly growing expedite carrier based in the United States. Our business has depended on the experience of quality contractors, who are committed to delivering our customers' freight with quickness and dependability. We work hard each and every day delivering unparalleled service with a focus on providing a more personalized customer experience.

To become an Independent Contractor or Fleet Driver for V3 Transportation, regardless of truck type applicant must:
Be at least 22 years of age;
Be able to read, write, understand and speak the English language;
At all times behave courteously and professionally
Be authorized to work in the United States; and,
Have a State issued Commercial Drivers License with appropriate endorsements. FOR STRAIGHT TRUCKS AND TRACTORS
Verifiable experience varies by asset type
Clean Driving Record
No Felony or misdemeanor convictions
No disqualifying offenses
Be in good health with no medical restrictions and the ability to pass a physical exam and pre-employment drug test.
Operate with service and Safety as a priority.V3 Transportation is a rapidly growing expedite carrier based in the United States. Our business has depended on the experience of quality contractors, who are committed to delivering our customers' freight with quickness and dependability. We work hard each and every day delivering unparalleled service with a focus on providing a more personalized customer experience.
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