$1200/day as Demand for West Texas Truckers Continues

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As we reported last month on Nov 16th, trucking companies were claiming that it had become much harder to find enough commercially licensed truck drivers in West Texas to keep up with rising demand.

It would seem that Williston based Nakota trucking is upping the ante with a recent job posting in attempt to appeal to those in the Permian Basin along with CO/WY, STX, WTX, OK and ND.

According to the posting, Nakota is looking for “dedicated, hard-working drivers who will represent our quality reputation in the oilfields.”

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The pay? Some $1200/day for the right candidate.

The posting further goes on to say that “Local hauling opportunities offer you great pay while keeping you close to your home”.

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More on the positions:

Requirements:

  • 25 years of age or older
  • Class A CDL with tanker and hazmat endorsement
  • 2 years Class A driver experience with at least 1 year crude buying and hauling experience

Job Type:

  • Full-time
  • Salary: $1,200.00 /day

The employers has indicated that any questions can be directed to (720) 438-5978 with a preference to call between 8am & 8pm.

You can also learn more about Nakota Trucking and employment opportunities on their website

About Nakota Trucking

Nakota Trucking moves your oil safely and efficiently – we don’t consider that anything special; that’s every transporter’s responsibility. What makes us stand out is our flexibility. We realize we are in an industry where things don’t always happen as planned, and we’re okay with that.

Tell us how you want your automated reports and how often. Call us last minute with your imminent needs and we will do everything we can to make it happen. Need an ETA on a truck arrival to a lease? Call our 24/7 dispatch line. You are our customer, and unlike other carriers, we let you customize our processes so that you are getting everything you need from your transporter.

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