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Swift Transportation Overview

Phoenix, AZ
10000+ employees
1966
Company - Public (SWFT)
Transportation & Logistics
$2 to $5 billion (USD) per year
Unknown
Swift Transportation is the largest full-truckload motor carrier in North America. Based in Phoenix, Arizona, the Swift terminal network includes over forty full service facilities in the United States and Mexico. Swift provides a full line of service solutions including ... Read more

Swift Transportation Reviews

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Swift Transportation CEO Jerry C. Moyes
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    Pros

    I have never been late for a pickup or dilevery I take pride in my job and are a team player

    Cons

    I have no cons except at my current employer I'm not getting the freight like I would like to be getting and not getting good miles

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Swift Transportation Photos

Swift Transportation photo of: Celebrating 50 years of delivering a better life by improving lives for our employees and communities.
Swift Transportation photo of: Safety First!
Swift Transportation photo of: Swift HQ
Swift Transportation photo of: Jurupa terminal
Swift Transportation photo of: Refill station
Swift Transportation photo of: Only one out of six shop members actually working
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Swift Transportation Interviews

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    Billing Lead Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate
    No Offer
    Negative Experience
    Average Interview

    Application

    I applied through a recruiter. I interviewed at Swift Transportation in June 2017.

    Interview

    I met with a recruiter and she mentioned this role. I was interested because this is a good company. She mentioned the salary compensation and I told her that was less than what I would like and she indicated she would contact them and discuss it. She called me the following day and told me that they were interested and impressed by my resume but not willing to go higher so I told her no thank you.

    Later that week, she called and wanted to know if I could meet with them later that same week. I told her it was a short week and I would not be able to meet in person but I could do a phone interview. The arrangements were made and I was able to complete the phone interview.

    Due to some issues, the interview started late but both ladies were professional, polite and knowledgeable about the role, company and the direction it is heading since the merger.

    I inquired with the recruiter a few days later and was told they were going with another candidate.

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Swift Transportation Awards & Accolades

  • Fortune 500, Fortune, 2015
  • Marketing Campaign of the Year - Gold, Best in Biz Awards, 2014
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