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Ramsey, New Jersey (NJ) - Posted on Sat, 01 Aug 2020 08:16:21 GMT Source: Martin Brower

Hungry For A Better Truck Driving Career? Join The Martin Brower Private Fleet!

Martin Brower, a leading supply chain solutions provider for restaurants around the world, is now hiring CDL-A truck drivers for local opportunities. As part of one of the largest privately held companies in the United States, Martin Brower is perfectly equipped to offer CDL professionals incentives that drive their career forward: local routes, daily or nightly home time, 24/7 support and earning potential of up to $100,000 per year!

We’re a People First company, driven to provide a culture that is focused on safety and committed to the well-being of our world-class team. If you’re hungry for better truck driving opportunities, you’ll find them here at Martin Brower!

Local CDL-A Truck Drivers at Martin Brower Enjoy:
Outstanding pay ($75K – $100K/year)
$10,000 Sign On Bonus for drivers with at least 1 year of experience!
Local routes
Daily or nightly home time
Earn up to $2,200 per week!
Safety incentives
24/7 operations (so you’ll have 24/7 support)
Great benefits & more
Opportunities available in Edison, NJ and Harriman, NY

Local CDL-A Truck Driver Qualifications:
21 years of age with Class A CDL
Must have and maintain acceptable MVR in compliance with DOT
Minimum 1 year of commercial driving experience or equivalent military experience
Must pass post-offer background, DOT physical and drug test
Prior foodservice distribution/delivery experience preferred
Other requirements apply – ask recruiter for details

Join The Martin Brower Private Fleet Today!

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