K&B Transportation has other great opportunities that only require you to be out 12-14 days at a time. Drivers can earn up to $.70 CPM and have a minimum weekly guaranteed pay of $1,500. Your Guarantee is just your minimum. Drivers can earn up to $1,800 on top weeks! On top of leading industry pay, we offer a Sign-on Bonus. This, along with other bonus opportunities ensures that our drivers can earn $75,000 - $80,000 per year.
K&B Transportation is trying something new with another great position for all the Road Warriors out there. To be eligible for this program you must be willing to go out for 2 months at a time with 10 days at home. We are boosting pay for the 4th time this year, and it's effective now! Drivers can earn up to $.70 CPM and be guaranteed $1,625 per week; so you can earn $85,000 yearly.
We know that family means everything to our drivers. That's why our drivers enjoy the comfort of knowing that they receive regular scheduled home time.
When you join the team you're not just a number to us. We take great pride that our drivers and dispatchers know each other by name.
We offer our drivers one of the best health insurance policies in the industry. Our insurance includes life, health and dental for all full time employees.
Minimum 4 months ofover the roadexperience
Valid Class A CDL
Must be willing to be out 12-14 days at a time
Home weekends in many upper Midwest cities
|Time with K&B||Pay Rate|
|6 Months - 1 Year||.61/mile|
K&B Transportation is the largest 100% company truck driver refrigerated carrier in the United States. We hauled our first load in 1986 with the vision of exceptional customer service, while also taking care of our number one asset, the truck driver. Since our inception, we have always gone the extra mile to make sure our truckers are satisfied and all of their personal needs are met.
At K&B Transportation, if you are at work, you are getting paid. Our drivers do their part when away from home. And if we don't provide the work to get you a decent paycheck, we will make up the difference--a bold move that most other carriers won't even consider doing.