CDL A Local-Regional Dedicated Driver (Holly Hill)

If you are looking for long-term work with consistent loads that allow you to be home daily, consider Xcel Bulk Logistics. We deliver Cement, Fly Ash, Slag, and various other construction products.

Lane Specifics

  • Local and regional options for a dedicated account with pickups in Holly Hill SC
  • Schedule: Monday thru Friday with occasional Saturday’s
  • Delivery times vary starting from 2am to 6am, shifts run 10-14 hrs.
  • Equipment: Day cabs or Sleepers for Regional Work and 42-ft Pneumatic tanks
  • Minimum Guaranteed pay of $750 per week March-November, $900 per week during the Winter. (Must meet all requirements) Earn an average of $1000 to $1500 per week
  • Load pay is flat rated based on mileage (Market competitive)
  • Each Driver Referral pays $1500

XBL Benefits

  • Drive with XBL hauling dry bulk Construction materials and get competitive pay plus better benefits, including a 401K plus lots of opportunities for bonuses
  • XBL has multiple offerings with long-term work (2-3 loads per day), a consistent schedule, plus home daily
  • Competitive pay (ask your Recruiter for lane specifics)
  • Weekly direct deposit
  • Paid Medical and Life insurance plus access to Dental and Vision
  • Paid vacation (up to 4 weeks depending on length of service)
  • Quarterly Safety Bonuses
  • Driver-focused and customer-centric

Requirements

  • 23 years of age or older
  • A valid Class A CDL
  • Verified CDL-A driving experience: 12 months out of last three years or 24 months of previous five years
  • Applicable FMCSA Driver Qualifications
  • Ability to lift 50lbs plus

Drive with XBL

  • Driver-focused and customer-centric. XBL understands our Drivers are the key to meeting our customers’ needs.

  • XBL is run by a team with decades of experience in the trucking industry.

  • Operations in North Carolina and Texas span local, regional, and national Dry Bulk transportation for industrial and construction material.

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