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Guess who just became highest paying true trucking company in the U.S.?


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A new ranking of truck driver salaries was just published — and an Illinois-based carrier made a surprisingly high appearance on the list.

When the website truckdriverssalary.com updated their “Top 10 Best Trucking Companies to Work For” list on September 3, GP Transco appeared at the number 3 slot in terms of pay ranking and pay per hour, ranking only behind Walmart and Sysco — making GP Transco the highest paying non-private fleet trucking company on this list.

The average annual salary for GP Transco drivers is $84,000 — well above the national average driver salary of $66,711. And the company says that with their OTP (Outstanding Trucking Professionals) weekly driver performance bonus program, company drivers can now earn up to $87,000 per year. Drivers can even calculate their expected salary on GP Transco’s drivers webpage.

Truckdriverssalary.com said in an article that accompanied their listing that “GP Transco embodies what it means to respect and care for your drivers.”

The fast-growing carrier already appeared on the “Top 10 Best Trucking Companies to Work For” list earlier this year, coming in at #5 in March of 2019.

“It is our priority to stay competitive with pay make sure our truck drivers are compensated well for their work,” says Marija Jamontas, Vice President of Human Resources and Safety at GP Transco. “We think that the new OTP performance bonus program helps tremendously. This, combined with health benefits, 401k matching, life insurance, and other perks adds up to a compelling package.” 

The company is also hard at work on new state-of-the-art, 40,000 square foot facility located in Joliet, Illinois, which will feature sleek, modern design as well as a basketball court, laundry facilities, a kitchen, driver lounge areas, and exercise equipment for drivers who want to sneak in a workout Even better, the 24-hour facility has enough parking to accommodate 500 trucks and trailers — so finding safe parking will never be an issue.

You can take a video walk-through of the new facility below.

GP Transco has been in business for more than a decade and provides dry van freight logistics services through out the U.S. and Canada. They operate 400 power units and 600 trailers, and you can click here to learn how you can join their growing force of company drivers and owner-operators.

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