Trucking business assists minority drivers
The National Association for Minority Truckers (NAfMT) works to assist truckers who need access to information and jobs that will help them during their careers in the trucking industry. This organization also offers services by collaborating with truck companies to further expand the NAfMT’s knowledge and programs. Recently, the NAfMT partnered with GetLoaded, which is a website that connects drivers with needed freight hauling assignments, reports Trucking Info.
Members will now be able to receive special discounts on the GetLoaded website, as the company will be the official load board of the NAfMT.
“Once we learned more about the NAfMT’s commitment to providing services and resources that help minorities succeed in the transportation industry, a formal alliance was a natural fit,” Fergus Caldicott, GetLoaded’s general manager, told the news source.
According to the GetLoaded website, they have listed millions of dollars in paying loads for truckers to apply for employment. Users may search for hauls, find out details and speak with those who are in charge of the assignment.
Truckers who have finished their compliance training for truck drivers may want to research the organizations that provide support and assistance to various types of commercial workers who have chosen a career on the road.
Monday, December 5th, 2011
The National Association for Minority Truckers (NAfMT) works to assist truckers who need access to information and jobs that will help them during their careers in the trucking industry.