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Driving Position details:

Job Description- Class A Driver Over the Road – Regional.  Local ONLY IN WASHINGTON STATE....NO Touch Freight!!!!!

BLT Transport Inc is a leader in distribution of frozen and refrigerated food & is currently looking for professional drivers to join our team. If you are interested in working for a family-oriented company that provides top pay and great benefits then we are looking for you. Current positions available include solo and team opportunities both regionally and nationally.

The job requires:

• Valid minimum 2-year CDL-CLASS "A".

• Current DOT Medical card.

• Pre-hire and random drug testing.

• Verifiable experience operating truck and trailer.

• Knowledge of current DOT regulations.

The ideal candidate will have:

• A positive professional attitude and will work well with others.

• Ability to be flexible and to work independently with great communication skills

• Knowledge of transporting frozen and refrigerated foods hauling reefer one temp not dual temp.

Extra pay for multiple pickups and deliveries, extra pay for layovers.

Paid every Friday!!!!

Vacation Pay

Paid Per Diem

401k match up 3%

Health Insurance

Vision Insurance

Dental Insurance

Job Type: Full-time

Pay is negotiable depending on experience and driving record. Very competitive pay!!

​Why drive for us?


With the demand for all sorts of refrigerated goods at an all-time high post-2020 pandemic lockdowns, becoming a reefer driver is a great way to boost your truck driving career while helping deliver essential items such as medicine, food, drinks, and more.

This line of work also offers several benefits for truck drivers! 

What is Refrigerated or Climate Control Trucking?

This type of trucking involves hauling temperature-sensitive freight in special climate-controlled trailers called reefers.

These goods must stay at a specific temperature to remain in fresh, pristine condition without being affected by outside elements or long hours on the road.

3 Benefits of Driving a Refrigerated Truck

1. Refrigerated Jobs = Longer Hauls

Statistics for some trucking companies show that reefer truck drivers typically average 600-700 miles per  day, which is longer than dry van hauls that average around 450.

This is advantageous for drivers, meaning that they can make the most of their available driving hours.

2. A Steady Demand Guarantees Work

The demand for refrigerated products is on the rise and there’s no indication that it’ll be slowing down anytime soon.

For refrigerated truck drivers that means steady work year-round, unlike dry goods that experience highs and lows.

Demand for frozen or refrigerated goods also stays constant due to many of these products being made in the US. This keeps the demand domestic and less affected by overseas markets.

It also ensures a constant supply of work that gives refrigerated drivers more peace of mind regarding where to find the next haul.

3. Refrigerated Truck Drivers Can Haul Dry Vans

One more big perk of driving reefers is that you’re not just secluded to refrigerated loads, you can also haul dry vans.

This opens up more load flexibility since drivers can go back and forth between refrigerated goods and dry goods seamlessly. Reefers also generally have the same payloads as dry.

What our drivers are saying

You all here have been 100% honest, respectful, and helpful in every way. You personally kept your word on everything you ever said or did. I am so grateful for that. I really hope this company continues to grow and build. I would absolutely love to come back one day.

Wayne-Former driver 2022

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