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Team Truck Drivers

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Werner Enterprises, Inc. Mission , SD 57555

Posted 3 months ago

We Value Our Professional Company Drivers:

  • MORE MONEY PER MILE! New 5% average pay increases, 2-7 more cents per mile, average $55k+ per year!
  • MORE MILES PER HOUR! New 68 miles per hour cruising speeds to maximize safety and fuel efficiency!
  • MORE MILES PER WEEK! Industry leading production!

JOIN TEAM WERNER!

  • New full team pay package increase

  • Earn up to $.56 cents per mile

  • Teams split on average $100k-150k per year

  • $5,000 sign-on bonus split per team

  • Teams average 5,000-5,500 miles per week

  • New trucks with inverters for experienced full team hires

  • Team match program available for solo drivers

Owner-Operator & Lease Opportunities

  • New 2018 Owner Operator Pay Package

  • Earn over $5,000 More Per Year

  • Pay per mile avg. $1.13, up to $2.50

  • Industry-leading pay & production miles

  • Introducing Werner's new truck leasing program

  • Leases starting at $2,600 per month

  • New Freightliners, Kenworths, and Navistars

  • Full-service maintenance program

  • New rates per mile, fuel surcharge, and fuel discounts

EXCELLENT DRIVER OPPORTUNITIES AHEAD:

  • Dedicated drivers average $47,500-70k per year

  • Trainers average $60k-$100k per year

  • Owner Operators gross on average $125k-$200k* per year

  • Over 250 opportunities to fit your home time and financial needs

  • Recently invested over $900 million in our drivers, equipment and terminals

  • Average truck age is 1.9 years

  • All new order 2018 trucks come with 1800-watt pure sine inverters

  • Automatic trucks equipped with Wingman and Onguard

  • Affordable Health Benefits

  • Veterans program, tuition reimbursement and veteran spouse employment

  • Rider and pet friendly

  • Up to $2k relocation bonus for select accounts

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Team Truck Drivers

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Werner Enterprises, Inc.