Anderson Trucking

Anderson Trucking

Anderson Trucking Service Carrier Info

Harold Anderson first started Anderson Trucking Service in 1955. The entrepreneurial spirit he possessed helped create a company with a solid base of loyal clients. Today, after 60 years of growth, ATS continues to thrive under the leadership of the same family. ATS provides a variety of transportation services: Specialized/Flatbed, Wind Energy, Heavy Haul, Vans and Pad Wrap Vans. The fleet of the company consists of over 2000 trucks and 1800 trailers, of Peterbilt, Freightliner and Volvo models. The terminals are located throughout USA, across 48 states.

Anderson Trucking Service, known as ATS, has earned a reputation among drivers for paying top money and offering drivers a pleasant work environment. The job opportunities include company driver jobs, owner operators and lease purchase. The routes of the company operations include dedicated, OTR and regional.

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Trucking Jobs Available At Anderson Trucking

Identified through company’s own website and other reliable online resources, following truck driving jobs are offered by Anderson Trucking Service:

  • Company Drivers
  • Lease operators
  • Owner operators

Anderson Trucking Service Pay Scale

  • Company Drivers:Start at up to $.48 – $.50 cpm/all dispatched miles

Flatbed/Specialized & Van OTR: Top 10% Average, $85K ANNUALLY

Heavy Haul: Top 10% Average, $106K ANNUALLY

Drivers having experience in pulling multi-axle trailers with a 4-axle tractor can make top dollar in Heavy Haul Division. Company drivers make up to $85,000.

  • Lease operators: Independent contractors top pay as $180,000 annual gross average.

Flatbed/Specialized & Van OTR: Top 10% Average, $250K annual gross

Heavy Haul: Top 10% Average, $375K annual gross

  • Owner operators: Independent contractors top pay as $180,000 annual gross average.

Flatbed/Specialized & Van OTR: Top 10% Average, $250K annual gross

Heavy Haul: Top 10% Average, $375K annual gross

Additional Perks for drivers working at Anderson Trucking Service

  • Vacation pay
  • Medical, dental, and vision insurance
  • Life insurance
  • Disability insurance
  • 401k/profit sharing plan
  • Flexible spending accounts
  • Employee assistance program
  • Up to $2500 Sign on bonus
  • 8 week Pay Guarantee of $1000 Per Week
  • Pay increase and new Incentives
  • Flights/Car Rental, Single rooms and all meals at Orientation
  • 12 month lease purchase
  • No Money down
  • No credit check
  • No fixed expenses for 2 weeks
  • Fuel card
  • Passenger program
  • Pet Program
  • Fuel/mileage tax reporting
  • Fleet rates on insurance
  • Trip-Pac $13.00/Month
  • Mobile communications installed free

Anderson Trucking Service Minimum Hiring Qualifications

  • Minimum Age: 22
  • Type of Experience: 6 months OTR
  • Endorsements: HM
  • CDL-A
  • Good employment history

Anderson Trucking Service Hiring Areas

Anderson Trucking Service hiring area includes the following states:

Alabama, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Nebraska, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, West Virginia, Wisconsin

Anderson Trucking Service Equipment

The fleet of the company consists of over 2000 trucks and 1800 trailers, of Peterbilt, Freightliner and Volvo models.

Freightliner  Peterbilt  International  Kenworth  Volvo  Mack

volvo trucks

peterbilt trucks

international trucks

Anderson Trucking Service Orientation Process

The company conducts 3 days paid orientation, including paid meals.

Find out how other truck drivers rate Anderson Trucking
4.5 6 driver reviews
Home Time
3.4
Overall Pay
5.1
Miles
4.4
Communication
3.1
Equipment
4.6
Recruiting Process
6.1

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