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WE PROVIDE THE BEST BENEFITS

We offer a variety of benefits for our Drivers including

HEALTH

Medical* - Kaiser Plan
Dental - HMO Plan
Chiropractic Care
Vision

401 K

401k (2%)
Life Insurance

DAYS PAID

6 days* / Holidays Paid
5 days* / Vacations Paid
3 days* / Sick days Paid
Monthly Trainings (Paid)

INCENTIVES

Incentive Plan Per Moves
On-Time Delivery
System Usage

BONUSES

Sign in  +$1.000 K
Driver Referral Bonus +$600
CHP Pre-Inspection Bonus

SUPRA CARE

Company Cellphone
Flexible Work Hours

70

TRUCKS

100

CHASSIS

60

COMPANY DRIVERS

3

YARD LOCATIONS

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SNE Portal

LBS Portal

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- Search the Load history
- Check Load Status: pending, completed or billed
- Export Load History to CSV or Excel sheet
- Check the uploaded documents in the trips of each Load
- Check the Load details: Arrivals/Departures, Pending Check Points, and Charges

Kenworth Receives $8.6 Million in Grants
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Trucking manufacturer and an industry leader, Kenworth based in Kirkland, Washington, has been awarded three government grants totaling $8.6 million that will support low emissions projects involving Kenworth T680 Day Cabs targeted for use as drayage tractors at Southern California ports.

The first two projects are funded at $1.9 million each by the U.S. Department of Energy Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy. Kenworth will build two, proof-of- concept T680 Day Cab drayage tractors to transport freight from the Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach to warehouses and rail yards along the Interstate 710 corridor in the Greater Los Angeles basin. The third project is funded at $4.8 million by the California Air Resources Board.

Kenworth will build four hybrid-electric T680 Day Cabs and support the customer field test of the units in Southern California drayage operations. “Hybrid-electric powertrains are expected to be required within seven to 10 years to meet emissions requirements in several major metropolitan areas of the United States. California already is considering regulations requiring port drayage trucks to run at zero-emission levels when operating in economically disadvantaged communities,” said Mike Dozier, Kenworth general manager and Paccar vice president. “These T680 Day Cab projects are a great opportunity for Kenworth to advance the development of key technologies that may play a critical role in the trucks of the future.”