CDL-A Truck Drivers-Lease A Brand New Truck!

Company Name:
Jim Palmer Trucking
Position Type:
Jim Palmer is changing for the better, Lease Operators are impressed by Jim Palmers attention to detail and all of the thought that went into the process of transitioning professional CDL-A truck drivers into business partners. Their proven business model gives a Brand New 2015 Freightliner Cascadia Evolution tractor with an APU and the confidence of knowing your business is in great hands.
If you are considering a lease, and want a BRAND NEW TRUCK, there is an opportunity for you with Jim Palmer.
Jim Palmer Incentives for Lease Operators:
No money down
No credit check
Exceptional late-model safe and efficient equipment
Consistent freight for solos and teams
$10,000 Longevity Bonus
Direct deposit and weekly settlements
Fuel network and tire discount
Longevity bonus and Anniversary payments
Safety bonus
CSA safety training
Wil-Trans recently purchased Jim Palmer assets. This means Jim Palmer can provide you with the satisfaction of working with a carrier that is experiencing substantial growth, a carrier that is financially sound, perhaps most important, a carrier that is committed to making YOU successful. Apply online or call a recruiter today at .
Company Description:
Jim Palmer Trucking, Since 1964
Today, Jim Palmer still succeeds in providing the best opportunities to the best drivers. We do just that by offering brand new 2015 Freightliner Cascadia Evolutions with APU's, outstanding benefits, competitive pay and excellent lease operator and company driver opportunities. Our Western freight lanes provide our drivers with longer length of hauls and keep our drivers busy.
Jim Palmer is proud to offer drivers more than just a career. We offer them a place to call home. We are small enough to know our drivers and give them the attention they deserve, which is "a quality not found at most carriers." We are also big enough to offer the same benefits that larger carriers have to offer. The Jim Palmer family is committed to finding the perfect balance between home time and time on the road while keeping profitability and safety in mind.

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