Hi! My name is Roger, and I am the safety and recruiting director here at Altanic Transportation. I assume you're reading this because you want to know what it’s like to work here. Truthfully, all the things I can tell you about working here are similar to what other companies have told you, and the reason you're looking for a new job is that you feel like they misled you. All I can say is, ask an Altanic driver. If you see one of our trucks in a Love's or a Flying J, go ask the driver why he likes it here.

Nough said. The main reason you are driving is to make money. We pay by the mile; when you're paid mileage, you should be taking the long view – you need to know how much you are going to make this year, not how much you'll make in the next minute. At Altanic, the mileage pay is about 75% of what you gross in a week – the rest is from the additional income stream. So, if you put on between 110,000 and 120,000 miles in a year, you'll gross close to the $75,000 mark. Oh, by the way, 120,000 miles divided by 50 weeks is 2500 miles a week – that's not really very hard to do.

  • Experienced Drivers – 52 cents/mile
  • 90 day probation period – 50 cents/mile. If there are no collisions or incidents during probation, you will receive a bonus cheque equivalent to 2 cents/mile for the miles you have done during your probation
  • Drops and picks paid at $30.00 each
  • Waiting time $23.00, after 1 hour LTL, 2 hours Truckload
  • Layovers - $75 for 24 hours or more
  • Roadside inspections with no violations
    • Level 1 - $75
    • Level 2 - $50
    • Level 3 - $25
  • Benefits after 3 months continuous full-time service
  • Dental after 9 months continuous full-time service
  • Pension plan, matching up to 2% of your gross, after 2 years continuous service

You need to bring something to the table if you want to join us. While I will talk to almost anyone, your odds of being hired are improved with the following:

  • Complete resume for the last 10 years (no time gaps)
  • Clean Abstract and CVOR
  • Clear police check
  • Cross – border experience
  • Accident and incident free

Download the application, fill it out, and fax it to 519-740-1050, or email the listed paperwork to: