A company with a ton of potential, but being managed right into the ground. Managers fly in on their jet for a couple days each week. The truck yard is filled with dozens of brand new trucks that have been sitting idle for months. Lease drivers are sometimes not paid on time because of one excuse or another. Pushers are asked to work a double shift...24 hours straight, then on payday they are informed that the management didn't authorize it so you don't get paid for the work you already did...and were asked to do. They cut a lot of corners when it comes to compliance. I heard that they just filed for bankruptcy. That's what happens when you have two guys running your company that don't have any oilfield or management experience.
positioned to be a powerhouse trucking company.
managed by guys who seem determined to run the company into the ground.