1 Refrigerated Trucking Jobs in Hawaii
K&B Transportation- Hawaii
K&B Transportation has two pay options depending on your hometime needs. We let drivers choose to start at 60 CPM or up to 70 CPM. Drivers on both options are guaranteed 2500 miles a week minimum! Option One: Traditional OTR Start at 60 CPM with 1 CPM raises at 6 months, 1 year, 2 years and 4 years. Drivers are guaranteed $1500 per week minimum but can earn up to $1800 on top weeks! Our senior drivers are guaranteed $1600 per week minimum! With our top miles and more drivers can earn $80,000 plus yearly! Drivers can be home as often as every two weeks in many locations Option Two: Road Warrior Start at up to 70 CPM with a $1625 minimum guarantee! Drivers on this option earn $175+ per week more than drivers on option one. Drivers on this option must be willing to stay out 2 months at a time and then go home for ten days. Drivers living outside our hiring area get a free round trip flight back and forth to home for their hometime allowing us to hire nationwide! Drivers on this option make $90,000 yearly! You can earn $2000 plus on top weeks. Drivers on Both Options Enjoy: * Midwest Regional or National Lanes (No Forced Northeast) * 2020 and Newer Freightliner Cascadias (APU’s, Refrigerators and more), 100% Automatic! * Excellent Health, Life and Dental Insurance! Choice of Plans! * Safety, Clean Inspection and Referral Bonuses * Flight to Orientation Have a Class A CDL and 4 months OTR experience? If so get the top paying job you want! Call Recruiting at (800) 851-8651 or visit .
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.