PAM Transport, Inc. was founded in 1980. PAM Transportation Services Inc. is a transportation holding company and was incorporated in 1986. The corporate offices for PAM are located in Northwest Arkansas' Ozark Mountains in the community of Tontitown, Arkansas. Over the years, PAM has experienced growth not only by greatly increasing its customer base but also by acquisitions.
PAM provides nationwide dry van truckload, expedited truckload, intermodal, and logistics services to the manufacturing, retail, and automotive industries. They also provide direct service into the Canadian provinces of Ontario and Quebec. PAM also serves Mexico over border crossings in Laredo and El Paso, TX.
The training at PAM will last approximately 0 weeks.
You will average approximately $0 per week during your training.
You are dispatched as a team during training with PAM
At PAM you will run solo after training.
Felonies are reviewed on a case-by-case basis according to the nature and gravity of the offense or offenses, the time that has passed since the conviction and/or completion of the sentence, and the nature of the job held or sought.
No DUI/DWI in the last 5 years.
PAM hires from all 48 contiguous states
Sign-on Bonus: $250.00
Driver Referral Bonus: Worth up to $1800.00
Half of the company drivers run dedicated lanes throughout the Eastern, Midwestern and Southern United States. These routes come with weekly home time and guaranteed miles.
OTR assignments feature mainly no-touch, drop-and-hook freight and layover pay.
Long-haul assignments, including PAM's longest dedicated lanes. Higher miles and larger paychecks. PAM will work with drivers to find a partner, if necessary.
PAM operates all 48 contiguous states
PAM has the following home time options available:
Drivers can have passengers who are 18 years old or older. Family members who are 13 years or older are also allowed. There is no insurance fee for a spouse but there is a small charge each month for other passengers.
PAM does run service to Ontario and Quebec.
Veterans who have two years of experience driving commercial vehicles for the military can start their civilian truck driving careers with a Military Skills Test Waiver up to one year after their separation from the military. Additionally, some truck driving schools accept GI Bill benefits.
PAM also helps active-duty servicemen and –women and members of the reserves to move into a commercial truck driver job.
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