Has Anyone Heard Of KLLM Transport Services?

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Paul B.'s Comment
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I spoke with a recruiter with KLLM, she was a very nice southern gal. Their offer sounds fair with only a 6 month commitment. Anyone familiar with this outfit? I also tried contacting other companies like Swift, FFE, Millis and Prime, Prime I spoke with some Hispanic Lady who was quite rude & she ended up hanging up on me, I think my question was too much for her to answer, apparently it was off her script. I did not speak to anyone else just left messages & have not heard anything yet.

Errol V.'s Comment
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I drive for Swift - no complaints here. All I know about KLLM IS they're one of the older companies and go national. Have you looked on our list: Trucking Companies? Also there's How To Choose A Company.

OOS:

When a violation by either a driver or company is confirmed, an out-of-service order removes either the driver or the vehicle from the roadway until the violation is corrected.

Bill R.'s Comment
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I see KLLM out on the road most every day. They run quite a bit in the upper midwest (Michigan, Wisconsin, IL, IN). Equipment looks decent, but hard to tell going by at 64 MPH.

Susan D. 's Comment
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I believe KLLM is based in Mississippi and yes, they've been in business for years. Like other large carriers, I think they're a good start. Any company will be completely what you make of it.

Shiva's Comment
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I spoke with a recruiter with KLLM, she was a very nice southern gal. Their offer sounds fair with only a 6 month commitment. Anyone familiar with this outfit? I also tried contacting other companies like Swift, FFE, Millis and Prime, Prime I spoke with some Hispanic Lady who was quite rude & she ended up hanging up on me, I think my question was too much for her to answer, apparently it was off her script. I did not speak to anyone else just left messages & have not heard anything yet.

What was your question ?

Roger's Comment
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I'm in school now at Jackson, ms. So far I'm really impressed. Company trucks are goverend to 62-64mph but they are newer trucks, 2014-2016 and trailers are less that 3 years too.

Texun808's Comment
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You mentioned contacting FFE.....its pretty much the same company

KLLM owns FFE

They have a school in Jackson and a brand new one at the terminal in Dallas

I'm in school now at Jackson, ms. So far I'm really impressed. Company trucks are goverend to 62-64mph but they are newer trucks, 2014-2016 and trailers are less that 3 years too.

Terminal:

A facility where trucking companies operate out of, or their "home base" if you will. A lot of major companies have multiple terminals around the country which usually consist of the main office building, a drop lot for trailers, and sometimes a repair shop and wash facilities.

Robert H.'s Comment
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I have applied and filled out there paperwork for KLLM Academy in Jackson, MS only problem is now is two of the meds i take are on the list of meds they wont accept, so gonna see if dr. can change them I hope so cause i been trying to get in trucking for the last few months now as other companies applied wasnt able to get in... I would like to know more about your training there in Jackson.

I'm in school now at Jackson, ms. So far I'm really impressed. Company trucks are goverend to 62-64mph but they are newer trucks, 2014-2016 and trailers are less that 3 years too.

millionmiler24 (CRST Amba's Comment
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KLLM Transport

There is a link to their website. That's about all I know about them.

Sambo's Comment
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KLLM runs volvo vn780's from what I've seen. Nice!! Question, every KLLM truck I see says "leased to kllm" on the door. Are they a majority OO company?

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