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EAGAN, Minn. – Bay & Bay Transportation (Bay & Bay) is giving drivers another reason to join their team. Effective June 1, 2021 drivers joining the Midwest-based carrier will start between $0.55 and $0.60 per mile.
“Driver pay and family time are the main reasons drivers are searching the market for new opportunities. It is important for us to make sure drivers with 1-year experience and 20 years of experience all feel they can make a good living driving for Bay & Bay,” Michael Blair, Director of Driver Recruitment at Bay & Bay, said.
Continuing their commitment to being a top-paying truck company, Bay & Bay has raised company driver pay twice over the last 6 months. In March 2021 Bay & Bay announced an unprecedented pay increase for independent contractors with a base pay of $1.25 up to $1.70 on loaded miles and $1.10 on empty miles.
Bay & Bay offers a variety of compensation packages to best accommodate drivers’ needs and lifestyles. Qualified drivers are offered flexible pay periods, medical and dental coverage, productivity incentives, paid holidays, and an additional pay package with a $10,000 sign-on bonus option.
Sam Anderson, President & CEO of Bay & Bay Transportation said, “We want to be critically focused on making each driving opportunity a career for our drivers; not just a job. We want this company to feel like family. ”Equipment matters to drivers and Bay & Bay has taken note. Current company drivers are fitted with new and late model Freightliner Cascadias and Kenworth T680s. Drivers interested in lease purchase opportunities can take advantage of Bay & Bay’s current $0 down, sign and drive offer.
Headquartered in Eagan, MN, Bay and Bay Transportation has been a part of the transportation industry for 80 years. With terminals currently in Burnsville, MN, and Denton TX, the company is expanding with an additional terminal later this year. Known for their family culture and high level of safety, Bay & Bay Transportation has recently been named Safest Fleet by Truckload Carrier’s Association in their division. For more information or to join the team, click here.
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