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Solo Owner Operator Otr, Cdl A, Orlando

Published 2022-01-25
Expires 2022-02-25
ID #852080681
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Solo Owner Operator Otr, Cdl A, Orlando
United States, Florida, Orlando,
Published January 25, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Per annum
Occupation: Solo owner operator otr, cdl a


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JUST ANNOUNCED: Destination-Based Compensation What is destination-based compensation? Destination-based compensation will add additional compensation to ALL loaded and empty miles ran by Solo Owner Operators based on applicable load destination locations. Why would a Solo Owner Operator consider leasing on to Forward's OTR LTL program? With competitive per-mile compensation rates, light loads that save on fuel and maintenance, and routes running exclusively between our nationwide locations, it's no wonder the average annual revenue generated by Owner Operators and Fleet Owners who do business with Forward is at the top of the charts. Forward works hard to both negotiate the best rates with its customers and offer efficient, profitable loads to Owner Operators and Fleet Owners. In fact, Forward has been able to offer Owner Operators and Fleet Owners five rate increases in the last four years. We want our fleet partners to be as successful and profitable as possible. With our new destination-based compensation, there is no doubt you will soon turn your truck into a revenue generating machine For a limited time, as we position ourselves to grow our fleet following several customer awards: $4,000 Sign On Bonus for Solo Owner Operators Includes $$ after your first load to help offset transition costs. Entire bonus is paid out in the first year Destination-Based Compensation: Solos: Up to $1.76 / mile PLUS potential other additional compensation items (e.g., layover, Fleet-Forward Incentive, etc.,) - Ask your Forward Teammate for more information about potential additional compensation items. Potential per-mile rate includes: Base Compensation rate, plus Destination-Based Additional Compensation rate (up to $.125 for solo), plus $.02 additional compensation rate for hazmat endorsement, plus $.02 additional compensation rate for truck 5 years or newer, plus FSC. Rates are current as the original publication of this document (June 7, 2021) and subject to change at any time. Expected Weekly Miles: Solos Average 2,800 miles / week Incentives: ALL miles paid, empty and loaded 99.9% drop & hook freight All Tolls, Bridges and scales are Paid and/or reimbursed Run from Forward Terminal to Forward Terminal Our Dedicated Driver Support Team has your back Pet Friendly Qualifications: Class A CDL required Previous Driving Experience: 6 months experience Apply online below or call one of the following numbers: (844) - LTL - Company Drivers/Owner Operators (844) - TLS Team Owner Operators (888) - Powerseat - Independent Contractor/Sub-Contractor Fleet Drivers Associated topics: cdl a owner, contractor, independent contractor, lease, lease purchase, own truck, own truck driving, own your own new truck, own your own truck, solo driver

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