1 Refrigerated Trucking Jobs in Hawaii
K&B Transportation- Hawaii
Drivers in Hawaii - Earn $1750 Per Week Minimum Guaranteed! $2000 Top Weeks! - $1750 Minimum Guaranteed! Earn $2000 On Top Weeks! Are you a Road Warrior? K&B Transportation is hiring for our Road Warrior fleet. Drivers on this option go out for 2 months at a time and then go home for ten days! Our Road Warrior drivers are guaranteed $1750 per week minimum, taking the worries out of your paycheck! Enjoy a 70 CPM starting wage! With our top miles and full accessory pay your guarantee is just a minimum! You can earn $2000 plus on top weeks with this leading pay package! Our Drivers Enjoy: * Driver Friendly Lanes! Run the Midwest! No Forced Northeast or West Coast! * Late Model Equipment! Trucks are 2020 and Newer Freightliner Cascadias and are Equipped with APUS, Refrigerators, Inverters and More! * Full Benefits! We Offer Health, Life, Dental and Vision Insurance * Flight to Orientation! Single Hotel Room! Paid Orientation! $150 Travel Reimbursement for Miscellaneous Expenses! * Walmart Gift Card to Stock Up Your Truck On Us * Family Owned and Operated * Safety, Clean Inspection and Referral Bonuses! $3000 for Referred Drivers! Want home more than every 8 weeks? We also have more traditional hometime options including Midwest Regional and Dedicated for drivers wanting home weekly or ever two week schedules. Inquire with recruiting to learn what we have in your area. Ready to be a Road Warrior and earn $90,000 plus yearly? If you have a CDL A and 1 years OTR experience call (800) 851-8651 or apply today!
Reefer Truck Driving Jobs in Hawaii
Jobs driving reefer trucks in Hawaii transporting perishable food items, give opportunities making a higher salary than drivers in some other commercial driving jobs. However, this is because driving reefer trucks require longer distances of travel typically and a greater general sense of responsibility. The job outlook for refrigerator truck driving is positive though because as the population continues to grow the demand for food transport increases accordingly. There were about 5.5 million of these trucks out there in 2012. Reefer vehicles are cooled by means of ice chilling, dry-ice (carbon dioxide as the cooling agent), or with the help of a refrigerated system.