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Paper Transport Driver Passenger Program

Bring your family and friends on the road this summer with PTI’s Passenger Program! The Passenger Program allows drivers to earn the privilege of bringing along family and friends after having passed a probationary period of 60 days free of any accidents, write-ups, or suspensions. Drivers must also have acceptable driving records free of any…

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5 Summer Truck Driving Tips

Summer is one of the busiest seasons for Americans, everyone is out and about! However, for a truck driver, summer brings a whole new set of issues to be wary of. Here are five summer truck driving tips to stay safe on the road.   Keep Tires Inflated and Maintain Your Tire Pressure If your…

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Red Rewards Program: Get Rewarded for Upholding Our Safety Culture

In support of Paper Transport, Inc.’s mission as an employer of choice; PTI has established a driver recognition program that acknowledges our drivers based on established metrics that encourage a performance-based environment, with enhanced driver engagement. All drivers are recognized at our quarterly safety meetings and are given monetary rewards based on the overall score…

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Paper Transport Announces Largest Regional Pay Increase In Company History

We are excited to announce a pay increase for our Class A CDL Regional Truck Drivers! Effective June 6th, all PTI Regional drivers will receive an 8% – 25% pay increase across our Midwestern and Southern United States operating areas. Positions include mileage-based Dedicated Regional and Non-Dedicated Regional divisions. “Professional drivers across the states have…

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Our Commitment to Safety

Why does safety matter? The answer to this question is different for every person because what matters to every individual is different. That said every person matters and what matters to you is important and the only way to value both of those things in the most appropriate way and to the highest level is…

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Why Veterans Should Consider a Career in Trucking

Choosing a Post-Military Career Unemployment rates for veterans increased in the last year to 6.5%, reflecting the COVID-19 pandemic, which is slightly higher than the national average at 6.1% (1). Meanwhile, in the transportation industry, there is an abundance of opportunities due to a growing driver shortage: No matter how technology continues to automate roles…