Highway Transport, an award-winning carrier recognized for excellence in safety, is implementing an immediate pay increase for drivers that will apply to both hourly and mileage pay across all 14 of our company’s service centers. This is the place where you can view company driver positions.
“Our drivers are professional men and women. We are committed to rewarding them for their commitment to quality and safety for our customers,” said Marshall Franklin, President and CFO of Highway Transport. “When you drive for Highway Transport, you are a trusted leader in a family that cares about you. Pay is one area we strive to show our commitment and gratitude to our family of drivers.”
Pay Increases and Technology
The pay increase follows the recent introduction of new technology aimed at to create efficiencies for professional tanker truck drivers:
• PeopleNet – the new fleet system that drivers have in the cab. This runs off of a tablet and minimizes data entry and automates workflow and tracking.
• TempTrack – the new solar-powered location and temperature monitoring system, provides real-time updates to drivers and customers.
• The redesigned driver app gives drivers around-the-clock access to key information, including logs, employee documents and pay information.
The Best People and Equipment
“We have some of the most hardworking and dedicated drivers in the industry,” Franklin said. “We want them to feel supported, whether that’s through new technology or a pay increase.”
Highway Transport currently is hiring experienced professional chemical tanker drivers.
More About Highway Transport
Highway Transport is a Knoxville, Tennessee-based company in business since 1948 providing bulk transportation of specialty chemicals. The tanker fleet operates from 14 service centers in major chemical manufacturing areas across the U.S. with a fleet of 400+ tractors.
Highway Transport was honored to receive the Responsible Care® Partner of the Year Award in both 2019 and 2021. The Responsible Care® organization recognizes partners with superb performance and safety records involved in the transportation of chemicals.
Discover more in-depth information about Highway Transport by visiting HighwayTransport.com. Highway Transport has service centers in the following U.S. cities: Knoxville and Chattanooga in Tennessee; LaPorte, Freeport and Garland in Texas; McDonough, Georgia; Croydon and Pittsburgh in Pennsylvania; Florence, Kentucky; Joliet, Illinois; Wyandotte, Michigan; Geismar and Lake Charles in Louisiana and Rock Hill, South Carolina. Highway Transport recently joined the non-profit organization, Women in Trucking.