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Cdl Truck Driver - Home Weekly - Earn Up To $100,000/year Benefits, Concord

Published 2022-05-28
Expires 2022-06-28
ID #1016345220
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Cdl Truck Driver - Home Weekly - Earn Up To $100,000/year Benefits, Concord
United States, North Carolina, Concord,
Published May 28, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Per annum
Occupation: Cdl truck driver - home weekly - earn up to $100,000/year benefits


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Now Seeking CDL-A Company Drivers Home Weekly - Ability to Earn $100,000 per Year YOU ARE HOME AT KAG. You can enjoy a home life and the open road with the many opportunities we have available. Our team of recruiters are excited to find the best fit for you with KAG Specialty Products Benefits: Ability to Earn $100,000 per year Starting rates up to 85 CPM with a Bi-Weekly Guarantee Regional/Long Haul Opportunities Available Home Every Week Dedicated Contracts with all loads Out & Back Pre-loaded Trailers at Shipper Health Insurance Plans (Medical, Dental, Vision) Paid Vacations & Holidays 401(k) with Company Match Earn Extra with Our Driver Referral Program and Incentives Paid Orientation and Training on Product Handling Requirements: Class A CDL Minimum 12 Months Recent and Verifiable Tractor/Trailer Experience Required Endorsements: Tank, TWIC, and Hazmat Passport Preferred Not Required Safe Driving Record If you are interested in driving with KAG - Apply Today

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    Kag Specialty Products Charlotte, Nc
    Registered on October 7, 2017

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