Dry Van Trucking Jobs
Are you looking for a dry van trucking job? Halvor Lines has dry van driver jobs available. Apply for one of our dry van trucking jobs online or contact a driver recruiter to learn more about driving for us. Join our team today!
What does a dry van driver do?
At Halvor Lines our dry van drivers’ division transport a wide variety of goods, from non-perishable grocery items to furniture. We have a no touch freight operation, which means our dry van drivers do not load or unload the freight. That lets them focus on driving.
Do dry van drivers need a CDL?
All commercial drivers need specialized licenses. At Halvor Lines, we transport dry goods in 53-foot trailers, so all of our drivers must have a Class A commercial driver’s license. If you don’t have a CDL but want to get one, check out our Halvor Gold CDL Training program. You earn guaranteed weekly pay while training.
Do dry van truckers load and unload trailers?
The answer varies depending on the company you work for. Halvor Lines is a no touch freight operation, which means our drivers do not load or unload dry van freight.
What kind of salary do dry van drivers earn?
Salaries for dry van truck drivers vary widely based on the number of miles a driver chooses to drive each week, base pay rates, and whether or not their employer offers any bonus or incentive programs. Halvor Lines’ top drivers earn an average of $81,000 a year.
Is Halvor Lines a dry van trucking company?
Yes. Dry van is the largest division in our fleet – but we also handle refrigerated, flatbed and deck van transport. Many drivers who start in our van division eventually try working in these divisions as well.
Does Halvor Lines have a dry van company terminal near me?
Halvor Lines has terminals in Superior, WI, South Bend, IN, Altoona, IA, and Rosemount, Inver Grove Heights and Clearwater, MN. All of them can support dry van operations. In addition, we have several drop yards located along our primary routes for the convenience of our drivers and customers.
Does Halvor Lines have dry van hauling opportunities for owner-operators?
Yes. Dry van is our largest division, so we have ample opportunities for owner-operators interested in hauling dry goods. We are always interested in new owner-operator relationships, so please reach out today.
What are the next steps to apply for a dry van job with Halvor Lines?
Interested in a dry van job with us? Awesome! Experienced drivers get started by sending us your info and we’ll have a recruiter contact you. If you’re working with a Halvor Lines recruiter, you can find their contact information on the Meet Our Recruiters page.
Not a dry van driver yet? No problem! No matter where you are at in the process, we have information to help get you started. Learn how to become a truck driver, earn a Class A license in our paid CDL training, or complete a finishing program. Let our team help you become a fully licensed dry van truck driver!
How To Become A Driver
OTR Finishing Program
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