In 1938 Founder Henry "Hank" Jansen bought his own rig and started hauling coal for customers around Whatcom County, WA. Ten years later, he went in with two partners and purchased a small two-truck company called Lynden Transfer. The route was Lynden, WA to Seattle for dairy deliveries and picking up general freight in Seattle to haul back to Lynden.
From pioneering the first scheduled truck delivery to Alaska, Lynden's business continued to grow with transportation and logistics work for the Alaska Pipeline and later, to include projects all over the world.
Today, Lynden Transfer has grown from a two-stop, two-truck operation to Lynden Inc., a multi-modal transportation organization providing air freight, trucking, ocean freight and logistics services to clients worldwide.
Lynden operates all 48 contiguous states
Lynden has the following home time options available:
The training at Lynden will last approximately 0 weeks.
You will average approximately $0 per week during your training.
You are dispatched as a team during training with Lynden
At Lynden you will run solo after training.
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