Our trucking company located in Oak Creek, Wisconsin and it has been in business for many years and values integrity to the customer at the utmost highest value. Our drivers ship freight with customer satisfaction in mind. At every point in the transportation process, the cargo freight is treated with care and handled with caution. Drivers do not clock in to haul materials per mile, but rather carry the product through safe and sound throughout each step of the transportation process. Our drivers are professionals who operate transportation processes with integrity.
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Our CDL trucking fleet is composed of multiple different semi-trucks that are kept in constant impeccable working order. The fleet tractor-trailers are checked for engine quality and structural integrity at each checkpoint of the transportation process.
The freight journey includes periodical pit stops to measure oil levels, fuel system operation, and brake checks. Each truck in our tractor-trailer fleet located in Wisconsin travels at a state of absolute optimal working order.
Our business is committed to excellence ten-fold. We have a set of pre-established ethics by which our business operates and these ethics are present in every single driver’s work, the dispatcher’s work, and the management team’s work, too.
We value loyalty, integrity, and attention to detail. We check each of our operational systems for adherence to these three business ethics. The management team stays in close communication with drivers, dispatchers, and clerical in order to ensure that in all that we do, we adhere to these three morals while offering the best rates per mile.
When we hire truck drivers here at Wisconsin Trucks Inc, our goal is to choose the best drivers for the job. Driver recruitment takes a lot of time and money for our recruiters, and we want to make the best investments in driver selection.
Yes we are 24/7 all year long.
Minimum 23 years of age
Currently, the Department of Transportation regulates that truck drivers can log a maximum of 11 hours of driving after 10 consecutive off-duty hours. Of the 10 hours off-duty hours, 8 must be spent in the sleeper berth (sleeping) while the other 2 hours can be spent eating, showering, or some other activity. After taking an extended home time of one or more days, a driver is not allowed to drive more than 14 continuous hours in the following day. The DOT also regulates how much time a driver must take off in between hauls. For example, a driver must take at least 34 hours off between a 7 or 8 day on-duty period. He also cannot drive more than 60 (7) or 70 (8) hours during that one-week period. Although drivers and companies sometimes complain about these rules costing them money and time, they are designed to keep everyone on the road safe and are strictly enforced.
Drivers are required to do a regular DOT drug test.
You can fill out are contact form on call us on 414 574 5200.
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