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CDL A Owner Operator

Job Description:
Flatbed Owner Operators are now enjoying record high freight rates and load availability and Mercer Transportation has the experience, support, reputation and stability that will help you maximize your earnings! And when you deliver a load, you won't wait to get your money, you will be paid after every load through our Quick Pay Program! Mercer is a 100% Owner Operator Company, in business for over 40 years, so we know what it takes to be successful! Mercer treats Owner Operators right with the following
Benefits: 75% of gross revenue (excluding 1% insurance surcharge) Paid promptly after every trip through our Quick Pay program Fuel discount program - Fuel tax filed and paid by Mercer No company trucks to compete with for freight No forced dispatch and no up-front sign-on fees Open-door policy at the home office Valuable safety, revenue and years-of-service credits Mercer Coordinator to help with planning and other needs Offering Flatbed - Stepdeck - Dry Van Freight! Make A Smart Move For Your Business! Join Mercer Transportation - The Owner Operator Company! Call (502)804-2005 to speak with a Mercer Recruiter Or Apply Online Now! Minimum requirements for Owner Operators leasing onto Mercer: 25 years old and possess a current CDL A License One year of recent, verifiable experience in interstate trucking with six months experience on flatbed.
(An additional day of orientation may be required with fewer than six months flatbed experience.
) Good driving record with respect to accidents and traffic violations Ability to speak and read English For over 40 years Mercer Transportation has built a family of Contractors on the foundation of honesty, professional freedom and experience.
Our Contractors drive our success and we in turn treat them right.
Our open-door policy and family atmosphere will make you feel at home right away! We are seeking dependable Owner Operators who are ready to make their business successful and join Team Mercer!

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