By: Hunt Transportation

Omaha NE (May 2 2012) – Hunt Transportation has added Home Weekly Fleet locations throughout the country. Drivers who live within 100 miles of the Interstate 80 system throughout: Nebraska Iowa Illinois Indiana Ohio and Pennsylvania can join the new home weekly fleet. Drivers are paid on practical route miles and can enjoy home time on a weekly basis. A safe driver with a good background can join Hunt Transportation with pay for experience. Our wage levels for drivers combined with an excellent benefits package is among the best in the industry.

Hunt Transportation knows it’s important to provide drivers the opportunity to be home regularly. The new home weekly fleets allow drivers to get home while still being productive and earning a great paycheck. Home Weekly Fleets are just another reason to join the premier flatbed specialist company. Hunt Transportation also has National and Regional fleet options 401k and profit sharing new international tractors and aluminum trailers a safety first and foremost culture driver health programs and is a certified top pay carrier with great benefits.

Hunt Transportation is poised to prosper from the economic recovery and is constantly striving to create better opportunities for drivers to be home more often and enjoy their home time with their family.

We feel the new fleets are very important to our specialized drivers. It’s important to provide different lifestyle choices to our drivers and prospective drivers. The recently announced fleets get drivers home on a week-to-week basis from several areas and customer lanes throughout the country. I encourage prospective drivers to talk with our current drivers visit our website (www.HuntFlatbed.com) or call our Recruiting team at
888-228-9685 for more details says Ray Dunn President of Hunt Transportation.
About Hunt Transportation
Hunt Transportation Inc. is one of the oldest transportation companies in Nebraska providing continuous service since 1927. Headquartered in Omaha Hunt has a storied history from hauling livestock in the early years to today as one of the nation’s premier flatbed and specialized transportation providers. Hunt joined the Crete Carrier family of companies in 1999 and currently operates over 200 power units and 600 flatbed drop-deck RGN and curtain side trailers serving the 48 contiguous states. Hunt transports agricultural and construction materials/equipment and any commodity that requires flatbed equipment. For more information about Hunt Transportation please visit www.HuntTransportation.com or email Andy Brabec at [email protected]

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