Tri-National opens new terminal

July 2, 2015

Tri-National Inc. (TNi) says it is known in the trucking industry for being a small, intimate company with a strong focus on its drivers and their families. The company said it has a big reputation for offering drivers the best in the industry when it comes to home time, equipment and total earning potential. TNi recently opened its newest terminal located in Franklin, KY.         

“We want to be accessible to our drivers whenever they need us,” said Stephen F., terminal manager of the new TNi facility. “With ample parking and a fenced in lot our drivers can sleep here in comfort and safety.”

The new terminal is just minutes from downtown Franklin, KY., and Portland, TN, the company said. According to the company, the new terminal adds to “the numerous driver benefits at TNi,” including high miles, “generous and flexible” home time, late-model equipment, weekly pay, health and dental insurance, driver bonus opportunities, yearly pay increases, 100% no-touch freight and 90% drop and hook.           

“I will be available during the week to assist drivers however I can and will answer any questions,” Stephen said. “Swing by and say hi – I always have a pot of coffee going and I can’t wait to meet the neighbors.”               

TNi is hiring team and solo company OTR drivers, the company said. To drive for TNi, drivers must have a current Class A CDL, two years of OTR experience and be at least 23 years of age.

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