Crete Carrier’s Company Driver Benefits

Here at Crete Carrier we’ve watched a lot of things change here in the US since 1966. We’re proud to say that, along with our operating division Shaffer Trucking and wholly-owned subsidiary Hunt Transportation, we are ranked as one of the largest privately owned trucking companies in the country. Collectively, the group operates 5,348 power units and more than 12,435 trailers, serving customers throughout the United States.

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One advantage of being such a large corporation is that we have the capability to sustain unparalleled benefits to our company drivers. Our professional drivers are among the best on the highways, meeting standards far exceeding those required by the U.S. Department of Transportation. As a result, we have one of the lowest driver turnover ratios in our industry.

Many of you already know about our benefits, but for those that are unfamiliar we’d like to give you a quick summary on the benefits of working as a company driver for Crete Carrier. This is just a summary. You can find more details on our job website.

Health care benefits include:

  • Medical
  • Dental
  • Vision
  • Short term disability
  • Life insurance
  • and more

Combine your 401K contribution with the company paid Profit Sharing Plan contribution and you have a retirement plan second to none in the truckload industry. Retirement benefits include:

Personal time, EAP, travel assistance, and scholarships are also included in our benefits package.

Our drivers are the face and the direct image of our organization. We routinely receive regular feedback about the timeliness, appearance, and friendly attitude of our drivers. You can interact with our drivers and leave us a comment on our Facebook Page or via Twitter.

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