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Survey Finds Fleets Bracing for More Turnover, Higher Wages

In its most recent Recruitment & Retention Survey, Driver iQ found that, by and large, fleets expect to raise truck driver wages and offer more bonuses while turnover continues to increase.

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Roehl Transport Raises Driver Pay for Second Time this Year

Roehl Transport Inc. has announced it is increasing driver pay yet again this year. Effective July 22, the carrier is upping pay for drivers in its flatbed, refrigerated, and curtainside fleets where customer demand is strongest.

Northeast Fleet Sets 70-Cent Base Pay Per Mile for Team Drivers

K.L. Harring Transportation has announced a driver pay raise that increases the base pay rate for team drivers to 70 cents per mile.

CFI Revamps Driver Compensation Program

CFI has announced an overhaul of its driver compensation package that brings with it an immediate pay increase of up to 3 cents per mile for company and independent drivers.

Heartland Express Raises Driver Pay in All Divisions

Heartland Express announced a pay raise for drivers in all divisions across the company, including mileage drivers, owner-operators, hourly and salaried drivers, and teams.

Central Oregon Trucking Guarantees Weekly Minimum Driver Pay

Central Oregon Truck Company has announced a new pay structure for drivers that guarantees a minimum number of miles per week with a minimum salary.

Nussbaum Transportation Raises Base Truck Driver Pay

For the second time in 2018, Nussbaum Transportation has increased truck driver pay, this time for an average of an additional 3 cents per mile as of July 1.

Maverick Transportation Offers Student Drivers a Pay Increase

Maverick Transportation has announced a pay raise for student truck drivers as well as a pay plan that takes experience into consideration.

KLLM Hikes Pay for Solo, Team Drivers

For the second time this year, KLLM Transport Services has announced a pay increase for company truck drivers, pushing up the pay scale 30% in the past eight months.

Commentary: A Driver Shortage by Any Other Name

Call it what you will, the trucking industry is having trouble finding enough qualified drivers. But a crucial part of solving the shortage will require agreement on why it is happening in the first place. Commentary by Editor in Chief Deborah Lockridge.