How to Be a Broker for Trucking?

How to Be a Broker for Trucking

You know a trucker requires driving experience with a Class A CDL license. However, who handles the rest of the process? There are many steps and procedures before and after a carrier is loaded and hauled. A broker keeps tabs on such responsibilities to ensure smooth operation. Many have chosen to become a broker instead … Read more

How Much Does Celadon Trucking Pay?

How Much Does Celadon Trucking Pay

Did you know that whatever you end up becoming, it always perks up your interest with earnings? Let us face it; trucking is a career that one should not have chosen if it did not pay well. However, various transportation groups offer different paying benefits and all. What we seek is the one that can … Read more

(8 Ways) How to Get Trucking Contracts?

How to Get Trucking Contracts

In the trucking industry, contracts are the only thing that keeps the cash flowing. The sole purpose of tracking is so that you get your contracts and make profits out of them. But if you’re a novice, obtaining a good contract is the greatest of challenges. That’s why to survive in the business; you need … Read more

Hard vs Soft Tonneau Cover: Which One Is Better?

Hard vs. Soft Tonneau Cover

A lot of us know and have heard about tonneau covers. It helps us cover our valuable items effortlessly and protect items from direct sunlight, debris, rain, and snow. However, there isn’t just one type of tonneau cover; they come in various shapes, sizes, and materials. So, before getting a truck topper, it is essential … Read more

How To Remove Truck Bed Cover?

How To Remove Truck Bed Cover

While not every truck is fitted with a tonneau cover, it is one of the most useful accessories for your truck. These covers are often used to protect your valuable cargo from thieves and other issues that might arise from leaving it exposed, but many people have been asking how to remove the truck bed … Read more

Owner Operators: Switching Has Never Been Easier

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Celadon’s $4,500 Transition Pay Makes Shifting Careers a Breeze Any driver who joins Celadon as a true owner-operator and completes orientation receives $4,500 in their first 85,000 miles to help with the transition into a new career! This is equivalent to $0.05/mile on top of their normal pay rate. If you’re a solo owner/operator – bring your truck to Celadon and … Read more

Dry Van – Make $60,000/Year!

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The Celadon dry van fleet focuses on long-haul routes and averages 2,400-2,600 miles every week. We’re going back to trucking basics and putting our drivers first at Celadon. Dry van drivers at Celadon can earn over $1,200 per week! Add to that a pay raise every 120,000 miles (no cap), and our paid vacation package, … Read more