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CDL-A Owner Operator- Home Daily $3,600.00 Per Week
Regional Routes Open for Owner Operator Truck Drivers in Mobile, AL.
CALL 877-260-4409 or email [email protected] with any questions
Gulf Winds has IMMEDIATE openings for Owner Operators with daily home time to maximize your success and work-life balance. Gulf Winds serves the container drayage, transloading, and domestic transportation industries and offers CDL-A owner operators consistently high volumes of work. Plus, you'll stay close to your starting point, making your runs and home time dependable.
As a full-service, third-party logistics provider, our Owner Operators enjoy consistent and steady work as partners with the largest container drayage provider on the Gulf Coast.
Join Our Team as a CDL A Owner Operator Driver:
CDL A Owner Operator Truck Driver Benefits:
- Home nightly
- Gulf Winds owns over 2900 chassis
- Best in class equipment: LEDs, radial tires, tire inflation systems
- Average age of equipment is less than 6 years old
- Great pay with sign on and referral bonuses available
- Fuel surcharge paid off gross
- Best in class driver retention
- Free parking
- Consistent, year-round freight
- 24/7 Dispatch
- Pre-dispatch Daily
- Clean Roadside Inspection Safety Bonus Opportunities
- On average, drivers earned $3,600 gross + 100% of the fuel surcharge
- Local freight is 75 % drop and pick
Any year of truck as long as it passes inspection. We take both sleepers and double axle daycabs.
Minimum 21 years of age
Minimum 1 year verifiable tractor trailer driving experience
Valid CDL A issued by the home state of the driver and current address with applicable endorsements
No more than 3 moving violations in the last 36 months
No more than 2 preventable accidents in the last 24 months
Valid and current DOT physical exam and MVR obrtained through CDLIS
Must meet FMCSA/DOT driver regulations
Must be able to speak and read English
In addition to the job benefits mentioned above, there are several other general advantages to truck driving jobs in Foley. Trucking dominates the Alabama transportation industry, moving 75% of freight into, out of, and through the state. Alabama’s location in the Deep South along the Gulf of Mexico, along with its one major port, the Port of Mobile, make it an attractive base for truck drivers. Alabama’s interstate system provides direct routes across the south, including two interstates allowing Alabama truck drivers to cross virtually the entire US from east to west.