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Class A CDL Driver - Team/Solo Openings - New Pay Increases!

Ruan is now hiring in Madison, WI for Solo and Team Class A CDL Drivers!

Solo Openings:?
- $80K+/Year
- 5 days on, 2 days off
- Home Daily
Team Openings:?
- $95K+/Year PER DRIVER
- Covering the Midwest
- $25/Shift Per Diem


About the Openings:
Ruan is hiring Class A CDL Drivers in Madison, WI to support dedicated customer, Airgas hauling cryogenic liquids in a tank trailer. This account offers consistent, year round work as well as the opportunity to be part of an elite team.?


Ruan has partnered with Airgas for 20+years, which allows us to guarantee our drivers year-round work and job stability.?
This Ruan location offers:
- Yearly safety bonus
- New 2018 equipment upgrading this year
- Boot voucher
- Company provided personal protective equipment
- Safety eyewear
- Paid training/safety meetings
- Local management
- Local fuel?
- Local wash bay


Call to speak with a Driver Recruiting Specialist at 1-800-879-7826!

Why Ruan?:
- 2017 American Trucking Associations' President's Award Winners, the highest safety award available to motor carriers in the United States and presented annually to only 3 motor carriers
- Excellent benefit options including medical, 401K and PTO (full time drivers)
- 315 nationwide operations


Minimum Requirements




  • Must have at least one year of verifiable tractor-trailer truck experience in the past 36 months and a valid Class A CDL


  • Must be at least 22 years or older


  • No more than three moving violations in the past three years (some restrictions apply)


  • No more than one DOT recordable preventable accident in the last three years


  • Additional qualifications will apply



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