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Kenworth of Louisville Tom Kapitan
Food Service Trucks
2018 roadcheck
Growing demand an aging labor force competition for workers from other industries and lost productivity due to government regulation will likely result in increased driver wage and benefit costs as fleets strive to keep their experienced workforce and recruit additional drivers the report saidSurvey respondents indicated that average truck driver pay per mile was 462 cents in 2014 which is a 5 increase over the 440 cents reported in 2013 In terms of hourly wages the 2014 CPM figure translated
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