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MILAN Supply Chain Solutions, Inc. is pleased to announce a pay increase for Regional Over the Road Drivers and Independent Contractors.
Effective 04/18/2021, an experienced company driver can expect annual earnings of over $79,000.
“Our drivers are the lifeblood of the company,” said VP of People Ops, Rachel Lovell. “Their commitment never wavered during the pandemic and continues to stand strong. We want to reward them for their hard work and dedication.”
In addition to enhancing their base pay model, MILAN has implemented a Minimum Pay Program. “We are committed to improving the driver experience,” said David Dallas, President. “This program is designed to reassure the drivers that they are taken care of if the ‘unknown’ occurs!”
MILAN continues to provide outstanding benefits for all company employees, including merit increases, low cost healthcare, company matching 401K, voluntary life insurance and voluntary short-term disability.
MILAN also rolled out newly improved pay rates for Independent Contractors who can now gross over $189,000 annually. MILAN has attractive lease purchase options for business partners that include maintenance coverage and low weekly payments.
MILAN continues to see unsurpassed customer demand in 2021 and wants to reward drivers for their hard work and sacrifice as well as create increased capacity for customers.
If you’re a driver interested in joining the MILAN team, please click here.
MILAN Supply Chain Solutions is a leading provider of regional transportation services in the southeast and mid-west area, headquartered in Jackson, Tennessee for over 51 years. Operating over 650 power units and approximately 2,000 trailers. MILAN provides elite truckload, dedicated, brokerage and warehousing and distribution services.
MILAN Supply Chain Solutions, Inc.
Vice President of People Operations
79 Sand Pebble Drive
Jackson, TN 38305
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