Raycan Transport and Rush Trucking are hiring drivers

By: Bubbajunk.com

In 1992, Raycan Transport Incorporated was bought by Rush Trucking. Its mission was to give transportation services from Ontario to Quebec, Canada. Since 1996 its operation has expanded to international business.

 

Raycan Transport works in Oshawa, Ontario, but its central location is in Wayne Michigan. Now, its mission is to offer service between United States and Canada.  But its main specialty is serving the greater Toronto area. It quickly expanded services all around the province of Quebec with its terminal in Ste. Therese.

 

Both Raycan Transport and its owner Rush Trucking are hiring drivers in the categories of Owner Operators and company drivers. For the owner operators, the company requires a CDL class A, the minimum age of 23 years, to meet the DOT and such. For the equipment the companies ask for tractors plated for United States and Canada (Ontario), seven year old tractors and fifth wheel height with a maximum 47.5 inches high. For new trucks, there is a $1000 bonus.

 

The payment scale for owner operators begins in $1.05 per mile, the empty mile is $0.70 paid, and the companies provide Qualcomm system with no charge. The company drivers receive $0.36 per mile, run more than 3000 mile per week, they drive late model equipment, have life and health insurance and do not touch the freight.