WH Transportation now paying on practical miles
March 10, 2006 (Wausau, Wisconsin) –WH Transportation is one of the few carriers leading the way in compensating drivers more fairly by making the move to paying on practical miles.
“Not many companies are doing this yet and we wanted to be one of the first,” says Tim Norlin, WH Transportation Director of Driver Services. “By doing this, the driver’s pay will more accurately reflect the miles driven. It’s a much fairer system than short route miles.”
According to Norlin, he’s already received positive feedback from drivers on the change. “We’ve gotten tremendous feedback. Everyone feels this is a great move for us,” he says. “The change in pay can be as much as 10 percent so this could be a significant improvement in earnings.”
An irregular route truckload carrier serving all 48 contiguous states and Canada, W.H. Transportation has a variety of openings and new trucks arriving now. “In addition to paying on practical miles, we offer other advantages that are so important to drivers and owner operators,” says Norlin.
W.H. Transportation gets Company Drivers home every 7 to 10 days. They also enjoy a premiere benefit package, bonuses, modern well-maintained Air Ride equipment, and an efficient, knowledgeable, courteous dispatch and operations department and more.
Owner Operators take advantage of great compensation and bonuses, base plate program, no forced dispatch, weekly settlements, insurance programs and more.
Owner Operators, Company Drivers or recent trucking school graduates interested in OTR or Regional opportunities with W.H. Transportation should call 800-314-5350 or visit www.whtrans.com