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Florida Rock & Tank Lines petroleum truck drivers treated to a 15% pay bump


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A leading tank carrier recently announced a substantial pay increase for petroleum truck drivers.

Jacksonville, Florida-headquartered Florida Rock & Tank Lines, Inc. announced a 15% pay bump for both new and current petroleum tanker truck drivers, effective April 30, 2021.

The pay increase is a way to thank current drivers for their hard work and professionalism while also attracting new driving talent to help supply the high-demand freight needed to keep the country running.

In addition to the pay increase, the petroleum driver position also comes with a home-daily lifestyle. Florida Rock & Tank Lines petroleum truck drivers work with local clients within a 75 mile radius, delivering three or four loads per shift to convenience stores and commercial or industrial customers and then making it home to their families every day.

The company also offers a wide variety of benefits to show appreciation for their essential tanker truck drivers, including full benefits (health, dental, vision, life, STD, AD&D, business travel & more), a 401(k) with 50% company match, paid time off and paid holidays.

Florida Rock & Tank Lines rewards drivers who stick around with additional perks, including six month driver seniority pay, quarterly and annual safety bonuses, and a retention bonus.

If you’ve never hauled petroleum before, Florida Rock & Tank Lines offers paid training for experienced CDL-A drivers, along with provided mentoring all through your first year with the company.

Florida Rock & Tank Lines,┬áInc. is an award-winning motor carrier that was founded in 1962 and has grown over the decades to operate a fleet of 400 tractors and 500 trailers from 21 terminals throughout the Southeast. If you’re ready to explore new career possibilities with the growing Florida Rock & Tank Lines team, click here to get started.

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