Shaffer Trucking has a proud history of serving the nation's largest food and temperature-sensitive shippers. Founded in 1937, Shaffer's roots run deep in the central Pennsylvania area of New Kingstown, outside of Harrisburg.
Since joining the Crete organization in 1974, Shaffer has continued to build on its reputation as one of the nation's premier providers of temperature-sensitive truckload services. In 2003, Sunflower Carriers, another Crete Carrier Company, was merged with Shaffer creating one of the largest refrigerated transportation fleets in the country.
The training at Schaffer will last approximately 0 weeks.
You will average approximately $600 per week during your training.
You are dispatched as a solo driver during training with Schaffer
At Schaffer you will run solo after training.
Schaffer hires from all 48 contiguous states
Stop-Off Pay: If your load requires multiple stops in addition to the original pick up and the final delivery, you will receive stop pay of $30 per stop.
Breakdown Pay: The breakdown of truck driver pay of $100 is paid for each 24 hour period following the first 12 hours.
Guaranteed Detention Pay: Company OTR drivers will now receive guaranteed detention pay after 2 hours of wait time.
Schaffer operates all 48 contiguous states
Schaffer has the following home time options available:
Take friends and family out on the open road with you with our NO COST Rider Policy. Authorized passengers are as follows:
Drivers are allowed to have a dog or cat on the truck that weighs less than 60 pounds.
Drivers will be compensated $600 a week during the 8 week training, and will earn between $.37 and $.44 cents per practical mile after being released from the road training program.
In 2012, Shaffer Trucking and Crete Carrier founded the Patriot Fleet, a specialized fleet of trucks that aim to honor all those who have served in the United States Armed Forces. At its inception, the Patriot Fleet was comprised of five trucks. Today, we continued to honor America’s heroes by adding five additional trucks, allowing for one of the largest military fleets in the trucking industry. The Patriot Fleet trucks are black International ProStars and Freightliner Cascadias that feature many emblems including: seals for each branch of the United States Armed Forces, dog tags, a silhouette of a soldier in battle gear, a bald eagle, and the Patriot Fleet shield. Collectively, these drivers bring with them over 133 years of experience in the armed forces, more than 100 years as a part of the Shaffer family, and over 21 million total miles driven.
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