Looking for a dedicated opportunity with weekly home time? Crete Carrier has the perfect opportunity for you! Crete is hiring professional truck drivers to join their Wal-Mart dedicated fleet based in North Platte, NE. Truck drivers on this fleet will be home weekly and will earn $.41 per practical mile. Plus, no touch freight! Crete leads the industry with CSA scores, driver retention, driver benefits, and pay. For the past 10 years, Crete Carrier has been awarded a Top Pay Certified carrier by the National Transportation Institute. Drivers can now cruise at 65 mph. This position will fill quickly. Apply today!

Benefits of Joining Crete Carrier

  • Drivers now cruise at 65 mph
  • Gold Standard Driver Benefits – Single coverage for as little as $34 per week
    • Health Insurance through BCBS of Nebraska with $1,000 deductible for single coverage, Dental, Life, Vision, and 401K
  • Profit Sharing Opportunities
    • In 2017, we contributed $8 million towards employee profit-sharing!
  • No-Cost Rider Policy
  • Industry Leading CSA Scores
  • Average Equipment age of 2 years
  • Dedicated Dispatch 24/7
Qualifications
  • Minimum 22 years old
  • Stable and Verifiable Work History
  • Acceptable Driving Record
  • Valid Class A CDL
  • Minimum of 4 Months OTR Experience *
  • No Alcohol-Related Offenses or Positive Drug Screens in the Past Five Years
* Some area restrictions apply
About Crete Carrier
For over 50 years, Crete Carrier has grown to one of the nations largest, privately held trucking companies. Along with sister company, Shaffer Trucking, and wholly-owned subsidiary, Hunt Transportation, Crete Carrier Corporation operates as a truckload and flatbed carrier for virtually any commodity. At Crete Carrier, we are dedicated to our drivers. As a result, we have one of the lowest turnover rates in the industry with drivers staying with us three times longer than they do with our competition. We take pride in our relationship with our drivers. Our professional drivers are among the best on the highways, meeting standards far exceeding those required by the U.S. Department of Transportation.