Why Truck Driver Teams Stay at R & R Trucking, Inc.
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Not All Truck Driving Jobs Are the Same
Team truck drivers, Linda Richards and James Cayton, tell why they made their move from a general commodities carrier to R & R Trucking, Inc.
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R & R Trucking, Inc. Cracks the Code to Truck Driver Retention
Four Key Reasons Team Truck Drivers Stay at R & R
While many large truckload carriers are experiencing 100 percent driver turnover, R & R Trucking, Inc. believes they have cracked the code to truck driver retention. In reviewing driver longevity statistics, R & R discovered their driver retention was far better than the industry norm.
“When accounting for all drivers – for all the fleets – we found that six years was the average length of stay for our drivers. At the point they reached seven years, we found that over a third of our fleet had been here 11-plus years,” said Vonda Cooper, Vice President of Operations, R & R Trucking, Inc.
After interviewing several driver teams, the company attributed R & R driver longevity to four key reasons: a family atmosphere in the workplace, superior driver pay, more home time and employees' sense of pride. Read Entire Article
R & R Trucking, Inc. Forecasts Growth for 2017
Sales Expands Outreach to Commercial Markets in Explosives and Hazardous Materials Arenas
R & R Trucking, Inc. announced today they are expanding their sales efforts in the commercial explosives and hazardous materials arenas for 2017. R & R Trucking, Inc., with its group of carriers, AATCO and NEI, is North America’s largest trucking company that specializes in the transport of sensitive cargo. The vast majority of this cargo is transported for the United States Government.
"At the end of the day it all comes down to growth and profitability for our stakeholders and we believe there are unique opportunities outside government freight," says Bill Dooling, R & R Chief Financial Officer. "In particular, we anticipate growth for our carriers in the explosives and hazardous materials commercial markets, which is why we plan to aggressively pursue this type of freight going forward." Read Entire Article