Trucking Companies are Closing Everywhere-Is Yours Next? (10-14 Days Out, 2800+ miles consistantly)


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Has your trucking company closed?

Has your family owned company sold-out to a larger company?

Has your company decided that maintenance is no longer a priority?

Has the rumor mill started churning out tales of pay, mileage & safety issues?

Has your company lost a major customer or contract?

Its seems like every week we read about another company shutting its doors for good, putting hundreds or thousands of hardworking truckers in the position of being unemployed. That doesn't even count all of the smaller carriers and family-owned companies that close everyday and aren't large enough to make headlines.

Fact: 2018 was a great year for trucking.

Fact: 2019 has been a tough year for our industry.

Fact: Companies that didn't save or invest their 2018 earnings back into the company are struggling to stay afloat.

Fact: The next year or two are going to be a bumpy road for most smaller companies and owner operators, as freight rates go down and broker loads are barely at break-even rates for most carriers.

Give us a call.

We're not selling out.

We're not closing.

We have a niche that allows us to basically be "recession proof"

We're small enough to know you and your family by name.

We're not going anywhere.

We still care.


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Still here? We still have more thoughts on this. You and I live in the same world. Trucking companies close with no warning, and you can find yourself without a job tomorrow. Why do they do things this way? We don't know, but every SUDDEN closing is basically a slap in the face of every truck driver in our nation. They don't trust us enough to give us warning? They think we will all ditch their trucks and run for the hills? Companies that treat their drivers fairly don't have to worry about that, but companies that haven't earned any trust or loyalty (and they know it) are terrified that they will get stuck recovering trucks all over the country. This is why truck drivers don't get a "Two-Week-Notice" when a company is closing. And, pardon our French, but that's complete Bull**** and absolutely not the fault of the driver. Now, we do feel for those companies that are forced to close their doors do to circumstances beyond their control, but we DO NOT support the methodology of closing suddenly without warning. They knew it was coming, and they CHOSE not to tell their drivers.
Yes, we have all heard the truck industry woes: "the economy is down", that "freight rates are down", that "our industry is in for a rough year", etc... Maybe that's true in general, but there is good news...

None of that is happening here at GO Express!

We just increased our pay again AND we now cover 100% of our driver's health insurance costs!

Call Today - find out what an honest company and straight up recruiter sounds like for once.

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