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Bay & Bay announces industry-leading pay scale for independent contractors with 30 CPM increase


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EAGAN, Minn. – Bay & Bay Transportation announces their new, industry-leading payscale for independent contractors with a .30CPM increase.

Effective immediately, independent contractors joining Bay and Bay will receive $1.40-$2.00 for loaded miles plus fuel surcharges. In addition, after a 90-day review, qualifying drivers will have the opportunity to change to a 70% linehaul option. 

“We continue to set new industry standards at Bay and Bay because we want to build strong and lasting relationships with our drivers,” Michael Blair, Director of Driver Recruitment at Bay and Bay, said. 

To reinforce these relationships, Bay & Bay makes communication between drivers and support teams a daily focus and implements feedback touch-points everywhere possible. 

“In addition to top-pay, we’re operating with newer equipment, we run driver-friendly lanes, we exceed home time expectations, and we partner with world-class shippers. These are some of the added perks of working with a family-owned and operated trucking and logistics company that truly cares about their team,” Justin Johnson, SR. Vice President at Bay and Bay, said. 

Drivers interested in taking advantage of industry-leading pay for the lease-purchase opportunities at Bay & Bay are encouraged to reach out quickly. New and late model Freightliner Cascadias and Kenworth T680s are available and are in high demand. Current deals include $0 down with a sign-and-drive option. 

Headquartered in Eagan, MN, Bay and Bay Transportation has been a part of the transportation industry for 80 years. Terminals are located in Eagan, MN; Burnsville, MN; and Denton, TX. 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, visit the website at bayandbay.com.

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