Baylor Trucking Announces Driver Pay Increase

February 9, 2012

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Baylor Trucking Inc., a 300-truck dry van based in Milan, Ind., announced a pay raise for company drivers allowing them to make up to 44 cents per mile.

Effective Feb. 1, Baylor also instituted a minimum weekly pay of $1,000.

"Whenever we are able to do more for our drivers, we do," says owner Bob Baylor. "It's a priority for us at Baylor to provide the best pay package we can along with excellent equipment and benefits."


Baylor Trucking has been in business 67 years serving all areas east of the Mississippi River.

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