NFI Company Overview
NFI is a family owned trucking company that has been in business for 85 years. 95% of NFI’s truck drivers are home daily.
The company has nearly 4,000 drivers and owner operators. The company specializes in short and medium haul.
NFI operates 1,000 dedicated fleets in the US and Canada. The company’s primary hubs are near Allentown, PA; Newburgh, NY; Dallas, TX; Chicago, IL; and Chino, CA.
NFI Driving Jobs
NFI’s truck driving jobs are 100% dedicated and operate locally and regionally. The trucking company offers refrigerated, tanker, flatbed operations and more.
Benefits and Equipment
Company drivers have immediate access to
Health, Vision and Dental Insurance
Truck Driver Requirements
Basic driver qualifications include:
- Minimum 23 years of age
- Class A CDL from your state of residence
- Safe driving record
- 1 year verifiable Tractor Trailer experience to start immediately with NFI
LESS THAN 1 YEAR EXPERIENCE? Ask about our Paid Transition / Training Programs --
- 0-6 MONTHS EXPERIENCE or RECENT DRIVING SCHOOL GRADUATE? We have an 8-Week Paid Training Program
- 6-12 MONTHS EXPERIENCE? We have a 4-week paid Training/On-boarding Program
- Recent driving school graduates must have attended an affiliated driving school & be at least 21 years of age.
“When I wake up and lace my boots. I have a smile on my face I cannot wait to go to work. I love the fact that you get to unload your trailer and reload your trailer. It keeps me in shape. The people are great to work with and my manager is the best. I would recommend this job to anybody; it's a fantastic company to work for.” Indeed
“Driving truck was a goal in my life, and thanks to NFI, I was able to do it for the first time. I love the truck they were in good condition. The part that I enjoyed the most was driving with no traffic, also getting the delivery in the right place and on time. The management was really good to very organized.” Indeed
“Great Job. Liked the driving. Good work life balance. Go in the morning, go to warehouse. Pick up freight, go to stores to drop off. Come back and unload tractor.” Indeed