Coastal Transport Company began in 1942 with one terminal in
Coastal fleet consists of over 492 tank trailers and 414 tractors. All the tractors are less than 3 years old. They believe that this maintains the quality and gives a safe performance.
They search for a high degree of professionalism in drivers and hold them to a higher standard. They do the extra effort to train the drivers to provide exceptional benefits and practice. This is why Coastal Transport has a high safety record and a higher degree of customer satisfaction when delivering more petroleum products.
The requirements needed to become a driver at Coastal Transport are: to present a valid Class a Commercial Drivers License (391.11) for state of domicile with X endorsement (tanker and Hazmat). Western Division may require doubles and triples (T) endorsement. A photocopy must accompany the application. If there is an accident in your history, a complete written statement of the accident is necessary prior to processing your application, must be at least 23 years old; have a telephone where applicant may be reached for dispatch orders; the driver must be clean shaven and it is permissible to wear a neatly groomed mustache and/or goatee; at least one (1) year driving experience out of the last two (2) years or two (2) years of driving experience out of the last four (4) years of employment - driving a tractor-trailer or the equivalent. Applicants with extensive driving experience will be considered; must agree to purchase uniforms, as prescribed by the company; and the application for Employment must be completely filled out. The discovery of false information on the application will be grounds for immediate dismissal.
Costal gives these benefits to their drivers: they will provide you with the finest trucks in the industry, they will provide you a professional management team that will listen and respond to driver's issues and they will provide an on-going state-of-the-art training program in all aspects of loading, unloading, safety and spill containment.