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A Minnesota-based trucking company has ordered hundreds of new Kenworth trucks to keep their drivers rolling safely and in style.

J&R Schugel Adds 200 Brand New Kenworths to Fleet

New Ulm, Minnesota-headquartered J&R Schugel recently announced that they have ordered 200 new 2023 KW T-680 Next Gen trucks to ensure their drivers stay rolling — and earning — in reliable equipment. The company says that it has already started to take delivery on the new trucks.

The top-of-the-line Kenworths come equipped with APUs and have digital dashboards to help keep drivers comfortable and maximize their efficiency.  

The company says that they’ve invested $36 million in equipment in 2022 to ensure that all of their drivers are operating dependable trucks that won’t break down. The average age of a J&R Schugel tractor is one to two years and the trailers average two years.

J&R Schugel’s Director of Recruiting Chelsee Patton recently got to test drive the equipment and loved the look and feel of the new Kenworths. Check out the quick video tour below!

J&R Schugel Drivers Don’t Stress Over Paychecks With New Pay Package, 6 Month Reviews

In addition to the new Kenworths, J&R Schugel is also focusing on keeping driver compensation highly competitive in 2022 to reward drivers for their hard work and professionalism.

J&R Schugel recently announced a new pay increase that allows their drivers to average $1,680 gross weekly pay. 

The company automatically reviews drivers every six months and delivers performance-based raises. J&R Schugel drivers enjoy peace of mind knowing they do not have to fight for pay increases or drive equipment that is constantly breaking down.

J&R Schugel says that they have more exciting plans in the works for 2022 — stay tuned.

J&R Schugel Trucking, Inc. was founded in 1974 and is a 100% employee-owned company, providing Dry Van, Temperature-Controlled Freight, and Dedicated Services to customers in all 48 states. If you’re interested in learning more about the new equipment or want to join the J&R Schugel driving team, connect with the company today!

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