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Barr-Nunn Transportation

Barr-Nunn Transportation

1803 Burr-Oak Blvd.
PO Box 518
Granger, IA 50109

5 reviews

Nobody offers what we do.  No one.......

Practical Mile Pay starting as high as $0.60/mi for solo drivers. 

Practical Mile Pay starting as high as $0.82/mi for team drivers. 

Superior CSA Safety scores tell you that we dont just preach safety, we practice it every minute of every day.

Fantastic 401(k) Matching from Day 1

We offer Blue Cross Blue Shield Insurance at great rates.

Our solo drivers earn CSA Bonuses of $725/$550 every 90 days plus Paid Time Off in addition.

Our Team drivers earn CSA Bonuses of $825/$650 every 90 days plus Paid Time Off in addition.

Our equipment is primarily 2016-2019 Freightliner Cascadia and International Equipment

We run 100% No Touch and 85% Drop and Hook Freight. (90-95% for Teams)

We do not go to NYC or Canada.

We Pay Detention after 1 hour

We have 5 terminal/orientation locations (Charlotte NC, Columbus OH, Manchester PA, Jacksonville FL and Granger IA)

Truck Speed is 65 mph (foot and cruise)

We have a FREE rider program and a Superior 401(k) starting Day 1.

Our drivers take the truck home with them on time off.

Team Company Drivers = $2250 each 1st check  plus $825 or $650 CSA bonus plus Paid Time Off at 30, 60 and 90 days (limited time)

Solo Company OTR Drivers = Transition Pay ($1500 or $1000- OTR) on 1st check and  $725 or $550 CSA bonus plus Paid Time Off at 30, 60 and 90 days (limited time)


Call us today and earn the pay, respect and home time you deserve. (866) 246-3908



March 18, 2015

by Jim Pardoe

Northeast Regional Driver

The pay is excellent. The equipment is good. The majority of loads are Drop/Hook. The planners keep you moving. But the best thing at Barr-Nunn is that you are treated as a person, not a number behind a wheel!

March 16, 2015

by tommy boyth

zone 2 company driver

I drive a company issued truck. I haul alot of LTL purchase freight. These loads are time sensitive, and we have to keep moving in order to keep on schedule. My wages have improved about 50% since comming to Barr Nunn, compared to previous trucking companies. I just returned a 2011 International with over 500,000 miles and was issued a 2015 Freightliner. The company cares about SAFETY, and will reward the drivers for safe, law abiding operation of their equipment. I would recomend this trucking company to a friend.

March 14, 2015

by Phil Anderson

Much better than most

Barr-Nunn does so many things right, but does have a few areas where they could make some positive changes. The good?...excellent pay, a truly superior hometime plan, an awesome breakdown - pay policy that takes the panic out of the equation, dispatchers who know you and treat you with respect and good old Midwestern politeness. I could go on; there is lots to praise here. The bad ? No short-term or long-term disability insurance is offered, even at the employee's expense. The average age of a truck driver today is 56-57 years old, an age when surgeries and age related medical events (heart attacks, etc) are increasingly likely to occur. Offering this simple benefit would alleviate a lot of worry and fear about what would happen if a driver suddenly found himself unable to work for a month. Secondly, there is a lot of switching back and forth between day-time driving and night-time driving, often on back-to-back-to - back days, resulting in sleep deprived driving, and increased health risk due to inconsistent sleep patterns. But Barr-Nunn has shown a consistent pattern of finding ways to improve life for drivers, and these items I mention may one day change. Overall, I give them 4.5 stars....hey, nobody's perfect, but this is as close as you're likely to come.

March 13, 2015

by bernie

company driver

Great company Good people Great job over all

March 13, 2015

by David

Current Driver

Great pay. Keeps equipment in top shape provided we let them know about problems. Time off package best in industry. Communication between dispatch and driver better than average. Break down handling best I've seen.

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