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OTR was Great south west regional, all drom and hook, no delays in finding loads, and pay was always correct or swiftly resolved on daily pay.
Need more local drop and parking lots near where they have dedicated work, not everyone and just park a rig in the city for hometime. Need to get rid of the sliding pay scale and set local pay and LTL pay to compete with Estes and ABF or no one will run local loads when next years cost of living kicks in, and EPA standards arise
Advice to Management
Dont change much, just keep inproving, its a Great place to work, and other then keeping every terminal clean and free laundry vs some hit and mis, all was OK
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Accepted OfferNegative ExperienceEasy Interview
I applied online. The process took 1 day – interviewed at Knight Transportation (Phoenix, AZ) in April 2015.
Hired day of after 15 minute interview. Panel interview with "Director of Sales" and two other people I didn't even end up working under. It was really easy, they were more interested in which accounts I worked with rather than what skills I brought to the table. The commission and bonus structure was very vague and the PTO plan was not described at all.
- Describe your experience in the logistics industry. Answer Question
Knight Transportation drivers don't drive long hours into the night. The truckload carrier instead focuses on short- to medium-haul trips, averaging about 500 miles. From some 35 regional operations centers, mainly in the southern, midwestern, and western US, Knight carries such cargo as consumer goods, food and beverages, and paper products. It has a fleet of about 3,800 tractors and 9,000 trailers, including nearly 900 refrigerated trailers. Besides for-hire hauling, Knight provides dedicated contract carriage, in which drivers and equipment are assigned to a customer...