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Free Commercial Drivers License Training

If you’re looking to change your career and you want to get a CDL license, Patriot Transport Inc. is starting a new training program. Patriot Transport Inc. is sponsoring eligible candidates for a FREE CDL training and job placement within its company. How it works? 1. Must be at least 21 years of age 2. Have a valid driver’s license 3. A copy of a court purpose drivers abstract (driving record) 4. Social Security card 5. Proof of Legal Status in the United States (birth certificate, passport or resident card) 6. Must be able to pass state physical examination for a drivers medical card 7. Fill out an application Immediate job placement This positon is for free CDL traning and an immediate job placement. This includes a minimum of 4 weeks free training and after completion of training and passing a state examination you will have immediate job placement at Patriot Transport Inc. This is in agreeance to the acceptance of a minimum of one year over the road job placement. So in other words, we help you get your CDL and you work for us one year under contract. Over the road position with a starting rate pay of 42 cents per mile & after 3 months bumped to 46 cents per mile with a one year contract ONLY. Incentives Newer equipment Plenty of miles Over the road positions Dedicated routes Assigned equipment Bonus programs Weekly pay High industry standards Employee positions I-pass Direct deposit Paper logs Above average pay Fuel cards Multiple OTR lanes Multiple stop pay Drop & hook For more information please contact: Karol Ph. (773) 704-6665...
A Look inside the Patriot Charlotte Warehouse in North Carolina

A Look inside the Patriot Charlotte Warehouse in North Carolina

Manager: Vitaliy Danchyshyn Locations: Charlotte, North Carolina Contact Information: (888) 889-5273 ext. 401 Hours: M-F 7AM-5PM Location Happenings: In our Charlotte location, our over-the-road drivers haul freight that goes to many different regions of the U.S., including the Midwest, South, East and West Coasts, as well as locally in North Carolina.      ...

Introducing the Patriot Sacramento Warehouse in NorCal

Manager: Marek Galek Locations: Sacramento, CA Contact Information: (888) 889-5273 Ext. 420, (916) 330-3349 Location Happenings: The new Sacramento warehouse has been open since November 2014, and continues to serve the Northern California region for Pick-Ups and Deliveries. In addition, our Over-the-Road drivers haul freight that goes to many different regions of the U.S, including the East Coast, Midwest, and Southern states (AL, AR, FL, GA, LA, NC, MS, SC, TX). We haul anything from wine, beer and food products, to machine parts and furniture. Our warehouse is maintained and professionally managed to take the best care possible of the array of precious cargo that comes to our location. The total industrial space of our building is 24,000 SF, and our warehouse is large enough to store not only incoming and outgoing freight, but also service any other storage needs.    ...

Q+A with Patriot Dispatcher Maria Hadyniak

Behind the scenes at Patriot, our team of dispatchers are hard at work keeping trucks and loads running smoothly. This month, we interview one of our dispatchers, Maria Hadyniak about her favorite part of the job, her thoughts on trucking and technology and more!   1. What are the duties of a dispatcher? A dispatcher’s duty is to book loads, usually by means of Brokers, which in turn are hauled by the company’s trucks. The dispatcher dispatches the drivers, tracks the load delivery/pick-ups, and makes sure things are running smoothly. The dispatcher also reports any damage, or issues immediately to the broker & customer, so that they are aware. 2. What is your typical day like? No day is truly the same. It usually starts with checking which deliveries are scheduled for the day, as well as pick-ups. Once this is established and assigned to drivers, it is tracked and input into the company’s system. Throughout the day, I am checking load boards and contacting various brokers, in order to see if certain loads are available, or if they have anything in our route. If I find the right load for the right price, I book it and immediately talk with the team and drivers, whom to assign this load to. I am tracking the drivers’ progress, and answering phone calls and e-mails from brokers as well. The day ends with checking off the completed deliveries in our system, communicating which loads need to be loaded by the warehouse employee(s), and checking in with the rest of the team to make sure everyone is aware of these items. 3....