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May 2, 2019
Five Reasons To Join Our Company

You may already know the story of how Dynamic Transit was established more than 30 years ago. Fred and Michele Khani, experienced over-the-road truck drivers, realized they wanted to turn their enthusiasm for the industry into a business focused on driver satisfaction and surpassed client expectations. They started with a plan and a few trucks, drivers and trailers and now operate a successful company. Dynamic is well-known for our reliable truckload and freight services in a 48-state operating authority.

You may not know, though, that we treat our drivers better than any other trucking company throughout the United States. We also offer unparalleled service to our clients. Here are five reasons you should consider joining our close-knit team.
 

1. Focus on family.

 
At Dynamic Transit, we’re all family. As a result, we invest in you and give you the respect you deserve. We ensure you’re part of our winning team by equipping you with predictable home time and competitive benefits. Additionally, we promote from within. Because of this, our driver retention rate is three times the industry average.
 

2. Reliable, secure and compliant equipment.

 
Each and every one of our drivers rides in a 2018 or newer Peterbilt 389. We’re in the process of adding to our fleet of top-of-the-line equipment with 100 new 2020 models throughout this year. Updates like these indeed make our fleet one of the most modern and prestigious on the road.

We invest in the latest and greatest equipment and technology to support our drivers. This provides them with security, comfort and fuel efficiency while offering low maintenance.

Furthermore, we’re compliant with all U.S. Department of Transportation regulations. Our network is designed to supply sufficient capacity and consistent on-time pickup and delivery. Plus, we employ safety and maintenance teams. These professionals work closely with our drivers to promote security while reducing risk.
 

3. A central base and command center.

 
Dynamic is centrally-located. However, we have a strong presence throughout the Midwest, Southwest, West Coast and Pacific Northwest. This enables us to utilize our dedicated transportation and shuttle services for customers across much of the U.S.

Our command center employs sophisticated technology to allow our dispatchers and fleet managers to communicate with drivers and customers. Through this communication, they can tender load assignments and assist drivers in efficiently managing their hours of service. They can even monitor weather conditions.

Dynamic has two maintenance facilities in the St. Louis area. This ensures our fleet runs at an optimal level. In addition, it assures our drivers and the products for which they’re responsible arrive safely and in a timely manner at their destination. Our drivers perform long-, short- or regional haul trucking. Whatever their route, they can be assured we’ll supply them with the support necessary to be successful in their profession.
 

4. Attention to customer service.

 
At Dynamic Transit, we pride ourselves in providing reliable truckload and freight services and on-time pickup and deliveries. Our stellar business development team creates new partnerships and manages current ones. This guarantees our customers get the service they expect and on which they rely. At the same time, they keep an open line of communication to easily and effectively schedule appointments, coordinate requests, track shipments and more.

Specialties of Dynamic include refrigerated freight, HAZMAT transportation and high-value goods. Our drivers haul a wide array of products, including:
 

  • Automotive fluids
  • Industrial and paper goods,
  • Outdoor insect and weed control and lawn and garden products
  • Agricultural items,
  • An assortment of beverages, meat and seafood, pet food and more.

 
Because we’re hazardous material-certified, we have the capability to transport a multitude of this type of product. Not every trucking company can boast this.
 

5. Diversity.

 
Having a diverse workforce is especially important to the owners of Dynamic. We value the service of America’s veterans. For that reason, we hire drivers from all branches of our country’s military. Our GI Training Program gives veterans who have remaining GI funds the instruction they need to be the best in the trucking profession. It also helps them enjoy secure employment.

Because we’re a woman-owned business, we value the contribution of women in the trucking industry. That’s why we’re a certified member of the Women’s Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC). We believe it’s essential to provide women with the tools necessary to succeed in their chosen profession. WBENC Certification validates that the business is 51 percent owned, controlled, operated and managed by a woman or women. It also gives women-owned businesses the ability to compete for real-time business opportunities provided by WBENC Corporate Members and government agencies.

These are just a few of the advantages of joining our team. There certainly are many more. For example, we earlier this year announced an increase in driver pay of 15 cents per mile (CPM). Therefore, our drivers with HAZMAT and tanker endorsements starting at an industry-leading pay scale of 55 CPM.

Contact us for more details about the advantages of being part of the Dynamic Transit team.
 

6 thoughts on "Five Reasons To Join Our Company"

  1. Joseph Shea says:

    what could you offer me . I live in Sparks NV I don’t have Hazmat. Do you Have Dry vans. and any Dedicated routes

  2. Brandon Stotts says:

    4-6 weeks out, .45 a mile till you get hazmat and tanker then .55. Only pull reefers. No dedicated routes. Lots of NW to midwest.

  3. Benjamin Bush says:

    Do you have to stay out 4-6 weeks? Do you have to get hazmat and tanker?

  4. Jody Dutton says:

    If you are 4 to 6 weeks. How many days do you get home?

  5. Brandon Stotts says:

    Hazmat and Tanker are not required but strongly encouraged. The amount of time you stay out is dependent on how many miles you want to run and the location of where you call home.

  6. Brandon Stotts says:

    4-6 weeks out = 4-5 days at home

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