Based out of Marshfield, WI, Roehl Transport, Inc. (pronounced "Rail") was established in 1962 with a single truck. The company now operates more than 2,000 tractors and 5,000 trailers.
They are an extremely diverse trucking company specializing in dry-van, reefer, flatbed, curtainside, and step-deck transportation. The company also has a mixture of freight to include local, dedicated, regional, OTR, LTL, and TL operations.
They have continued to receive awards for service and safety including various "Carrier of the Year" awards and Top Truckload Carrier awards from multiple organizations including the American Trucking Association.
The Roehl Transport CDL School is a state-of-the-art driver training facility preparing drivers for a successful truck driving career.
Roehl operates and hires from almost every state in the United States (excluding Hawaii and Alaska), however opportunities are the most abundant in the Midwest and Great Lakes states. Roehl will hire in other areas on an as needed basis.
To see what specific opportunities and fleet divisions are currently available in your area, go to the Roehl Transport Opportunities and type in your zip code.
Roehl's hiring standards seem to be very comparable to most other trucking companies of its size. One thing to note is their additional stance against drug use. In addition to the required DOT drug screening, Roehl uses an additional hair follicle test enabling them to retrieve additional history on any illicit drug use.
The Roehl Honor Program is an apprenticeship program specifically for military/ex-military members. The program is available to those honorably discharged or reservists still serving.
The 2-year program allows veterans to also draw on their GI Bill benefits while working for Roehl. Roehl also provides CDL training.
Yes, if a driver is on a fleet that goes to Canada.
Drivers must obtain a HazMat endorsement and be willing to run HazMat freight (additional pay with HazMat loads).
Yes, drivers must obtain their CDL permit in their home state before attending the Roehl Training program. In most states, this will require students to study at home for written examinations and possibly pay permit or testing fees.
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