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Averitt - ERM
A.D. Transport - SR
A.D. Transport Express
Ace Hardware
American Central Transport
American Central Transport - CD
Anderson Trucking Service (ATS)
Anderson Trucking Service - SR
Anderson Trucking Services
Atlas Van Lines
Averitt - DAP PT
Averitt - DSS
Averitt - HIL PT
Averitt - Shoe Carnival Flex
Averitt Express, Inc.
Barber Trucking
Barr-Nunn Transportation - Company Drivers
Barr-Nunn Transportation - OTR Solo
Barr-Nunn Transportation - Teams
Barr-Nunn Transportation Established Teams
Barr-Nunn Transportation OTR & Regional
Basin Transportation
Bay & Bay Transportation - CD
Bengal Transportation
Bennett Motor Express
Big M Transport
Blair Logistics - LP
Blair Logistics Inc
Boyd Bros. Transportation, Inc. - SR
Butler Transport
Celadon Driving Academy
Celadon Specialized Fleet
Celadon Trucking - CD
Celadon Trucking - Flatbed
Central Oregon Trucking CO.
CFI - Student
CHS, Inc.
Clark Transfer
Covenant Transport
Cowan Lease Purchase
Cowan Lease Purchase S.R.
Crete Carrier Corp
Crete Carrier OTR
CRST Dedicated CAT
CRST Dedicated YRC
CRST Expedited
CRST Expedited - California
CRST Expedited Plus
CRST Malone
CRST Van Expedited
CRST Van Expedited Pro
Crum Trucking
Crum Trucking - SR
Dart Transit - Company Drivers
Dart Transit Company
Davis Express
Decker Truck Line, INC
Dedicated Delivery Professionals
Dynamic Foods
Dynamic Transit
E.L. Hollingsworth
Estenson Logistics
EW Wylie Corporation
Experior Transport
Fleetmaster Express, Inc.
Fort Transfer - Baton Rouge
Fort Transfer Mid-West
Fortrans Inc.
Forward Air Transportation Services
George Hildebrandt
George Hildebrandt - Canaan
Giltner Inc
Go-To Transport, Inc.
Groendyke Transport
Hartt Transportation Services North
Hartt Transportation Services South
Heritage Dedicated Services, Inc.
Hill Brothers
Hirschbach Motor Lines, Inc
Hobby Lobby
Hogan Transports
Hoge Motor Company
Hub Group Trucking
Hyway Trucking
Iowa 80
Island Transportation Corp.
Island Transportation Corp. Mechanic
J & R Schugel
J.B. Hunt Transport
K&B Transportation
Landstar Crosson
Logan Trucking
Loudon County Trucking
Magnum Express, Inc.
Marten Transport
Marten Transport - Regional/OTR
Maverick - Dewitt, IA
Maverick - Orangeburg, SC
Maverick Priority Division
Maverick Transportation
McCloskey International - Service Technician
McCloskey International - Technical Salesperson
McLane - Portland
McLane Cincinnati
McLane Cumberland
McLane Denver
McLane Findlay
McLane Oklahoma
Melton Truck Lines
Milan Supply Chains
Montgomery Transport
National Freight Inc
National Strategic Transportation
Noblehouse Home Furnishings
NTB Trucking
Olsen and Fielding Mayflower
Outwest Express LLC
P&S Transportation
Panther Premium Logistics - Cargo Vans
Panther Premium Logistics - Straight Truck
Panther Premium Logistics - Tractor-Trailer
Paschall Truck Lines - Lease
Paschall Truck Lines - Students
Penske Logistics Corporation
Perfect Timing Transportation
PGT Trucking, INC
Phenix Transportation
Poly Trucking Inc
Prime Inc.
Prime Inc. - SLC Technician
Prime, Inc. - Student
Professional Driver Agency
Quality Carriers - Tennessee
Quality Companies - Better Management Corp (BMC)
Quality Companies - Kelle's Transport Service (KTS)
Quality Companies - Zeitner & Sons (ZS)
Quality Custom Distribution - Florida
Quality Custom Distribution - North Carolina
Quality Custom Distribution - Virginia
Quest Global
Quest Global OO
R B Browns Trucking
R. E. Garrison
R.W. Earhart
RE Garrison-Birmingham
Red Classic Transit
Riechmann Transport
Roy Miller Freight Lines
Royal Express
RWI Transportation
Schneider National
Seaboard Transportation
Smith Systems Transportation
Smith Trucking
Southern Pines Trucking
Southern Refrigerated Transport
Southern Refrigerated Transport- Student
Star Transportation
State Tractor
Stevens Distributors
Summitt Trucking
Super Service Recruiting
Swift Transportation - Experienced
Swift Transportation - Recent Grads
Swift Transportation - Students
TGL Logistics
The Waggoners Trucking Company
Thomas Transportation
Thomas Transportation LLC
TransAm Trucking
Transcarrier Inc
Transco Lines, Inc.
Transport America
Tri-State Expedited
US Xpress - Student - SR
US Xpress - Dedicated
US Xpress - Experienced
US Xpress - Lease
US Xpress - PRO
US Xpress - Team
US Xpress OTR Regional Dedicated
Venezia Transport
Venezia Transport- LPG/ASP
Venture Logistics
Vernon Milling Company
Watkins & Shepard
Weinrich Truck Line, Inc
Wellborn Cabinet
Werner - Nationwide
Werner - Northeast
Werner Midwest
Werner Southeast
Werner West
West Side Transport
West Side Transport - Dedicated
Western Express CD
Western Express Company Driver
Western Express LP
Western Express Recent Grads & Students
Western Express Students
Whiteline Express
WTI Transport
Zeller LLC
U.S. Xpress Helps Solve Two Issues With Accreditation U.S. Xpress Helps Solve Two Issues With Accreditation
U.S. Xpress Helps Solve Two Issues With Accreditation
Written By
March 9th, 2017

By now, you’re probably already aware that there are projected diesel mechanic and truck driver shortages. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), close to 100,000 new truck drivers will be needed over the decade span from 2014-2024. The BLS states that about 32,000 diesel mechanics will also be needed in the same time span.

Now there are several explanations for the shortage in both categories. For instance, when it comes to both professions, the average pay is in the $40,000-$45,000 range – and while that’s not chump change, it’s usually not the salary that professionals are looking for. Secondly, there are the rigors of the job. Diesel mechanics may have to work nights and weekends, while truckers may spend more time in their truck cabs than they do in their own homes. And finally, there’s the training and education aspect that both professions require for employment qualifications. While four-year college isn’t a requirement, usually some trade school and experience is.

U.S. Xpress just got some good news when it comes to training and education, specifically when it comes to veterans. As you likely know, it can be a struggle for veterans to return to the workforce after their service has ended. But it just got a little bit easier at U.S. Xpress thanks to its recent accreditation as a Post 9/11 GI Bill Apprenticeship Program. This means that any eligible veteran is able to receive a tax-free education while training as either a truck driver or a diesel mechanic with U.S. Xpress. According to the company, U.S. Xpress is one of the first trucking companies in the country to receive such accreditation.

Here’s a look at the terms of the program:

  • Eligible veterans will receive up to $27,500 worth of education benefits in addition to their base salary from U.S. Xpress. Education benefit allocations are based on years of military service.
  • The company estimates that veterans entering the truck driving program may earn up to $82,000 in their first year with the company, while those entering the diesel tech field can earn as much as $50,000.

“Veterans have a sense of productivity, accountability and a ‘can-do’ attitude that will serve them well in the trucking industry, which is why we actively look to hire veterans in every aspect of our company,” Eric Fuller, president and chief operating officer of U.S. Xpress, said in a press release.

What’s more is that by hiring veterans through this program, two issues can help be resolved – those being the driver and diesel mechanic shortage as well as the veteran unemployment rate. Fuller even went on to explain in the official announcement of this accreditation how this initiative allows veterans to transition out of the military with solid financial support while gaining education and experience to begin a new career.

The recent accreditation is nothing new at U.S. Xpress, however. In 2016, the company launched a Military Recruitment Initiative in an effort to help veterans transition out of the armed forced and into a new career. The recent approval is somewhat of a cherry on top of U.S. Xpress’ long-standing support of veterans.

While we noted that U.S. Xpress is among the first in the industry to receive Post 9/11 GI Bill Apprenticeship Program accreditation, we certainly hope that it’s not the last for the issues it helps resolve – both when it comes to the trucking field and to getting veterans back into the workforce. The domestic trucking industry is of incredible importance to the U.S. economy, as it’s responsible for the transportation of about 80 percent of the nation’s goods. And, of course, for trucks to be delivering goods, they need to be in good working order, which is where the mechanic side of things plays an important role.

Here’s to hoping more companies receive the same accreditation that U.S. Xpress has. It’s a win-win all around.


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