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Kottke Trucking shares market gains with its drivers

Aug. 15, 2018
Learn more about second driver pay increase at Kottke Trucking in the past six months.

Kottke Trucking, a provider of refrigerated, dry freight and dedicated services, has announced its second driver pay increase in the past six months.

“We are proud to be able to continue to focus on the importance of drivers in our ongoing success and make sure that the gains we are realizing in the marketplace are shared equally,” said Kyle Kottke, general manager and co-owner of Kottke Trucking. “We have one of the best and safest fleets in the trucking industry, and we are honored to work with our drivers every single day.”

As of August 14, 2018, the second increase in driver pay in the past six months at  Kottke Trucking applies to all existing and new drivers as follows:

•Single drivers will earn from $0.46 to $0.54 per mile and can earn up to $0.61 per mile with achievable performance bonuses.

•Team drivers will earn from $0.29 to $0.33 per mile and can earn an additional $0.04 per mile with achievable performance bonuses.

Kottke Trucking also provides drivers with a full benefits package, including 100% employee health coverage.

Based in Buffalo Lake MN, Kottke Trucking operates 100 tractor-trailers, primarily in the Midwest, mid-Atlantic, south, southeastern and southwestern United States, as well as to West and East Coast states on a dedicated contract basis. In business since 1938, the third-generation interstate hauler employs 170 drivers and 30 support staff.

For more information, go to www.kottke-trucking.com.

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