Archive for September, 2011

Dept. of Workforce Services partners with association to create truck driver jobs

Tuesday, September 27th, 2011

According to a recent article, the Department of Workforce Services is partnering with the Arkansas Trucking Association and ASU-Newport to provide job seekers with truck driver jobs.

Approximately 300 drivers are needed at four Arkansas companies: Stallion Transportation Group, Tyson Foods, Willis Shaw Express and Maverick USA.

The Director of Driver Training for Maverick told KATV.com, “The lifestyle of a truck driver is very unique to probably any other career in the us because of the amount of responsibility we have. The average professional truck driver makes 160 decisions going down the road and not a lot of people realize that and that’s per mile.” (more…)

CSA program called a boon for truck driver jobs and driver shortage

Tuesday, September 20th, 2011

A program under scrutiny by many in the trucking industry is being called a boon for truck driver jobs and the severe driver shortage.

While trucking fleets are still in the early stages of learning how to operate under the FMCSA

Purchase could create truck driver jobs

Sunday, September 11th, 2011

A new purchase by Gordon Trucking will reportedly create more truck driver jobs.

Gordon Trucking Inc is announcing the company