CDL Class A Driver (Former Employee) – Chattanooga, TN – January 21, 2018
there always seemed like a lack of communication. The company seems fair howeve. I just feel that they hire anyone who has a licence so sometimes that poses problems but other than that I did not have any major issues. The company never lied about anything.
Driver Tractor Trailer (Former Employee) – New Caney, TX – January 10, 2018
Was promised at least 55000 per year and after sign on bonus was paid check came in at $350-$400 per week and was doing 3 loads of 3 plus stops per load. Waslied to from the start with recruiter, management told you what you wanted to hear to keep you on board on their dedicated walmart account in New Caney, I was actually picked up from different company during the time US Express bid out the carrier i applied for and being i was in hiring process they transfered me to this company i had friends who worked for other carrier so i knew the pay that was to be earned previously and Us Express promissed to match the pay for me to work there and pay didnt even come close to half of the other companies pay
Plenty of loads to deliver
Not enough Pay, Company has basic lower end trucks that break down often, when truck is in shop you dont work which means no pay
Great experience, dispatchers worked with drivers to maximize weekly mileage. Great benefits, payed vacations and cosistant mileage and pay.Managers were helpful with any questions or concerns with freight flow or any personnel issues or concerns.
the managers for us xpress wont listen to problems like they should and when they do they do not fix the problem at hand the hardest part of my job is that there are only 2 people in my shop I do all the work on most days the the other tech does not come out of the office so that leaves just me to keep everything going
Diesel Technician (Former Employee) – Ellenwood, GA – November 30, 2017
I learned a lot working at US express. Laid back work, Clean environment, normal stress and great courses online to improve your skill. If I wasn't going through pain uses and surgeries i probably still be still working there.
Customer Service Rep; Dispatcher (Former Employee) – New Boston, TX – September 24, 2017
I appreciated the training and experience I got with owner. manager. At times was hectic, most days were relaxed and productive. The company values family time and I appreciated the high ethics they mandated.
Truck Driver (Former Employee) – Pennsylvania – August 21, 2017
If you want to love trucking and not become burned out Dedicated, dedicated, dedicated, dedicated need I say it again. -Oh don't get on the "bad side" of your dispatcher unless you like making 300 a week
Truck Driver Class A (Current Employee) – Newton, NC – August 10, 2017
Its a little harder than I was taught and told. I did not feel comfortable driving on tight roads and tight spots.The managers work well with any situation I have, which is great. My only issue now is not getting enough runs and defiantly not enough pay.
This company sucked at pay and communication. hated working at this company. I wouldn't recommend anyone working for this company. Dispatchers will lie to you and make a person take loads. The trucks breakdown a lot and take anywhere from a week to three weeks to fix the problems with these trucks.
Local (Former Employee) – Chattanooga, TN – April 27, 2017
Fuel Transport Driver 3J Fuel Carriers, Inc. - Wichita, KS $50,000 - $60,000 a year Home every night, local and regional deliveries. Looking for full time transport driver to haul Petroleum products including Diesel, Gas, BioDiesel, Ethanol,...
Driver (Former Employee) – Chattanooga, TN – March 10, 2017
Slip seat operation. Orientation was a joke. Almost everything said at orientation concerning the wall mart account was wrong. Trucks were beat up and falling apart. No compensation for waiting on a load while you sat at the DC.
Drove at least 8 to 10 hours a day and all 48 states and I learned a lot bout trucking highway laws ,Dot regulations ,driving experience, and weight station requirements how too set my tandems for the tractor too be driven legally. Management was satisfactory when you talk too the right people, co workers were very friendly and easy too get along with. Hardest part bout job was keeping consistent miles and not having too do a lot sitting. Most enjoyable part was traveling and getting too see different parts of the world.