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Ashley Distribution Services: Cdl-A Regional Ltl Truck Driver

Ashley Distribution Services

This is a Full-time position in Washougal, WA posted July 22, 2021.

LTL Regional CDL-A Truck Driver Jobs at Ashley Furniture Ambassadors Wanted: Get Home Weekly Ashley Furniture, voted one of America’s best companies to drive for, is now hiring CDL-A truck driving professionals for LTL Regional opportunities.

Ambassadors in our LTL Regional division primarily move less-than-truckload freight from distribution centers and drop lots to store locations in exchange for quality weekly home time and higher-than-average annual earnings.

Even better as a maker of our own product, we’re well equipped to provide stable, consistent miles you can depend on week after week Our CDL-A LTL Regional Truck Drivers Enjoy: $5,000 Sign On Bonus Above-average competitive pay (we’re a Top Pay Carrier) Weekly home time High weekly miles Outstanding benefits Incentive program Job stability $3,000 Referral Bonus APU-equipped trucks Cutting-edge equipment Accessorial pay Profit-sharing program Room to grow your career CDL-A LTL Regional Truck Driver Requirements: Valid Class A CDL 2 years’ verifiable tractor/trailer experience or 1-year exp with spotless MVR No alcohol or drug convictions in last 5 years No careless or reckless driving or speeding over 15 MPH Fewer than 2 preventable accidents Apply for LTL Regional truck driver jobs at Ashley Distribution Services, LTD & join an award-winning team today

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