USA Truck Driver Jobs
From A Small Trucking Company To A Transportation Solutions Leader
USA Truck Company Profile
USA Truck grew from a small 30-truck fleet subsidiary founded in 1986 to a publicly traded company listed on the NASDAQ in 1992. Since those humble beginnings, the employees of Van Buren, Arkansas-based USA Truck have built the company into a nationally recognized truckload carrier. Today, the trucking company operates a fleet of over 2,200 tractors and 6,000 plus trailers.
Freight Services Provided By USA Truck
As a dry van truckload carrier, USA Truck transports general commodities through both Truckload and Dedicated Freight service offerings. The company hauls freight throughout the continental US and into and out of portions of Canada. USA Truck offers the transport of general commodities into and out of Mexico using through-trailer service out of the Laredo, TX terminal.
How To Start A Trucking Career With USA Truck
USA Truck is currently hiring new drivers through Driver Solutions’ company-paid training program. The USA trucking training and CDL school provide the driving skills needed to be a successful truck driver. Once a driver has completed the truck driver training course and over-the-road training with driver trainer, he begins as a solo OTR driver. Learn more about USA Truck's driver pay and benefits by visiting the Driver Pay and Driver Benefits pages. USA trucking careers provide a brighter future. Why wait? Apply now for company-sponsored CDL training.
What’s it like to start a truck driver job with no previous experience?
Wayne Cragg started his trucking career with USA Truck and he’s sharing his experience on the Driver Solutions blog. Get a sneak peek at what it’s really like to go over-the-road as Wayne provides a unique look into the trucking industry. USA Truck driver jobs mean a lot of travel and with Wayne’s strong background in photography you’ll get to see stunning photos of the country along with each story from the road. If you’re considering a trucking career, you’ll definitely want to check this out.
Follow USA Truck driver, Wayne Cragg’s journey today!