In 1977, the Chairman of the Board, Myron P. Shevell, bought New England Motor Freight, a troubled Northeast regional less-than-truckload (LTL) carrier, from Farmland Dairies. Under his leadership, the company has grown from 55 units and five terminals to more than 10,000 pieces of equipment and 40 terminals throughout the Northeast, Midwest and Puerto Rico and is now the region's fastest-growing family-owned LTL carrier. NEMF also reaches 80 percent of the U.S. population through service partnerships.
No specific policy, entire background is taken into consideration case-by-case.
NEMF is primarily an LTL carrier, with most positions being local pickup & delivery or linehaul between terminals.
NEMF has the following home time options available:
Local drivers benefit from overtime after 8 hours.
Linehaul drivers benefit from being home each day.
NEMF does service parts of Canada.
The training at NEMF will last approximately 0 weeks.
You will average approximately $0 per week during your training.
You are dispatched as a team during training with NEMF
At NEMF you will run solo after training.
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