Beelman Truck Co. was started in 1906 by Frank Beelman, Sr., hauling coal and ice in St. Louis, MO with two teams of horse-drawn wagons. The ice was delivered to households and businesses for cooling purposes before the refrigerator and freezer was a staple in the home. Coal was delivered in the winter for residential and commercial heating.
Frank Beelman, Jr., born in 1920, helped his father as soon as he was old enough to wield a shovel and reach the truck pedals. Frank began driving for his father in 1934 at the age of 14. In 1939 Frank, Jr. left with four trucks to work at various government projects in Fort Leonard Wood, MO, Weldon Springs, MO and Gary, IN until he joined the Army in 1942 with the onset of World War II. Home on a weekend leave, he married his sweetheart, Kathryn Bozsa in 1943.
Frank "Sam" Beelman, III was born in 1955 and was raised amid the trucks and axle grease. A new terminal was built along Route 15 in St. Libory, IL in 1978 and by this time Sam had taken a management position within the Company and his sister Sue became the office manager. Sam's wife, Shelly, joined the Beelman staff in the mid 1980's. The current truck terminal/administrative office was built in E. St. Louis IL in 2004. Central dispatch, central billing is located here along with Safety, Sales and Operations.
Beelman's hiring requirements state that drivers must live withing 60 miles of a terminal.
Beelman has the following home time options available:
The training at Beelman will last approximately 0 weeks.
You will average approximately $0 per week during your training.
You are dispatched as a team during training with Beelman
At Beelman you will run solo after training.
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