Ozark Trucking Company

By: Bubbajunk.com

Ozark Trucking Company began in 1961 by Mose and Dorothy Higginbotham as a regional carrier. They remained primarily a local carrier until 1980s.


Today, Ozark Trucking Company has a fleet of 450 company trucks, plus 225 owner-operator tractors. They are all equipped with top of the line satellite communications equipment.


Ozark Trucking Company serves customers all around United States, with little exception to New York.  Ozark has his headquarters in Memphis, TN, and other terminals in Lebanon, TN., Evansville, IN., Springfield, MO., and Lenoir, NC.


Ozark Trucking Company promises respect, good pay and great benefits, plenty of miles and first-rate equipment. They offer to competitive wages, lated-model, satellite communications-equipped Freightliners condo-conventional, no-touch freight 90 percent of the time, 90 percent of which comes on one-pickup / one-stop orders and many more.


All drives that want to enter to this great company must be at least 23 years of age or older; have a good work history; have NO felonies that are LESS THAN 10 years old from release date or end of probation; must have a CDL with Haz-Mat endorsement; have a good driving record as reported on MVR including: no DUI, DWI or Impaired in the last 7 years, no Reckless or Careless driving, no more than 2 chargeable accidents in the last 3 years and no more than 3 speeding tickets in last 3 years.


Other benefits include: no Slip-Seating: Assigned late-model conventional tractors; paid vacation after one year; Rider Program - Rider must be at least 10 years of age; no more than two riders at a time can accompany driver; riders need not be members of driver's family; 401k Retirement Plan; Credit Union available; no New York City - no Canada; 90% No Touch Freight and after 90 days drivers will qualify for individual or family medical insurance, with covers including a $ 10, 000 life insurance policy.


Ozark Trucking Company has online tracking, which gives customers and family the exact position of the load or the driver in a quickly and easy way.