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About CRST

CRST Logistics helps clients make a logical move. The company specializes in providing freight transportation management services. A unit of CRST International, CRST Logistics arranges the transportation of its customers' freight by working with a network of independent carrier partners, as well as with the trucking operations of its parent. The company helps – more... customers transport a wide variety of products such as food, machinery, clothing, and computers. Its government services division focuses on serving federal and state governments, agencies, and contractors, as well as the US military. – less

CRST Employer Reviews

Company Driver (Former Employee), Fontana, CAJanuary 14, 2014
"...I also knew i was going to being paying for the training through my 8 month contract..." - 4 similar reviews
Driver (Former Employee), Cedar rapidsMay 24, 2014
"...You will not get sufficient home time, that is a complete lie..." - 7 similar reviews
Truck Driver (Former Employee), Cedar Rapids, IAJune 30, 2014
Truck Driver (Former Employee), Carlisle, PAJune 23, 2014
Over the Road Truck Driver (Former Employee), Cedar Rapids, IAMay 18, 2014

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