1985 - 1986: Max Fuller and Patrick Quinn establish partnership and begin the formation of U.S. Xpress, Inc. U.S. Xpress begins operation with 48 trucks and hauls its first load on January 21st.
1990: U.S. Xpress lauded by Inc. Magazine as one of the 500 fastest growing private companies in the nation, growing by over 1,000 percent from 1985-89; U.S. Xpress begins a series of acquisitions of truckload carriers, highlighted by the addition of Southwest Motor Freight, Hall Systems, Lima Transport, CSI/Reeves.
2010: Daimler Trucks North America honors U.S. Xpress Co-Chairman & CEO Max Fuller in August, commemorating the purchase of the 50,000th Freightliner truck in Max's transportation career that spans four decades. With a compounded annual growth of 16 percent since 1994, 8,000 tractors and 22,000 trailers, U.S. Xpress Enterprises now stands as the nation's 3rd largest privately-owned truckload carrier.
Class A CDL
21 years old
Felony theft - 10 years, DUI 5 years, Petty - 3 years. All others are case-by-case, subject to review.
DUI must be 5 years old.
US Xpress hires from all 48 contiguous states
US Xpress operates all 48 contiguous states
US Xpress has the following home time options available:
Passenger rider program for children ages 10 and over and adults not holding a CDL (only one rider permitted)
Tuition reimbursement up to $7,000
One cat or dog welcome on board, provided the dog is a non-aggressive breed
The training at US Xpress will last approximately 5 weeks.
You will average approximately $490 per week during your training.
Paid Training - $70 per day during 175/215 hour training.
You are dispatched as a team during training with US Xpress
At US Xpress you will run solo after training.
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