Refrigeratedtransporter 1620 C R England Tractor Trailer

C R England changes its training programs, announces pay raise

Jan. 11, 2016
Chad England, C R England Inc’s chief executive officer, has announced changes in the company’s training programs and an associated pay increase of more than 12% for drivers in England’s Phase 2 training program.

Chad England, C R England Inc’s chief executive officer, has announced changes in the company’s training programs and an associated pay increase of more than 12% for drivers in England’s Phase 2 training program.

Effective January 4, 2016, drivers upgrading out of the company’s Phase 1 training transition into the new Phase 2 program. Phase 2 replaces the recently discontinued CAT program.

“These changes in our training programs will further reinforce our commitment to our highly esteemed driver force,” said Chad England. “We are confident that these enhancements will positively affect drivers in training. In addition to the pay increase of 12.3% for drivers coming right out of Phase 1 training, the new Phase 2 program adds an emphasis on career growth and development for our professional drivers working at C R England.”

Founded in 1920, C R England has its corporate headquarters in Salt Lake City UT. One of North America’s largest refrigerated transportation companies, its services include national, Mexico and regional truckload service in addition to dedicated and intermodal services.

Access www.crengland.com for further information.

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