Gordon Trucking, Inc. (also called GTI), based out of Pacific, Washington, was founded in 1946 with just two trucks. Today, the company is the 22nd largest truckload carrier in North America operating across all of the lower 48 United States as well as many parts of Mexico and Canada.
In addition to the Pacific, Washington headquarters, the company operates terminals in the following locations:
Gordon actively hires drivers from the following states:
Gordon hauls freight throughout the United States except for the Northeast. About 80% of Gordon freight stays West of Ohio.
All recent CDL grads must spend 28 days on the road with a certified trainer.
Unless drivers choose to drive a team truck, they will be issued a solo truck following training.
GTI hauls a mix of dry van and refrigerated freight as well as heavy haul operations in the Western states.
During training, drivers receive a flat salary of $325 per week. After that, drivers receive mileage pay depending on which division they drive in.
Drivers become eligible for health, dental, and life coverage after 90 days of employment. Drivers may also participate in the 401k retirement program with employer matching.
The cost of health insurance is as follows: