Bruenger Trucking based in Wichita, KS was established in 1938 with one truck hauling bananas from the gulf up to Kansas. Bruenger Trucking a refrigerated carrier that is hiring Company Truck Drivers, and Owner Operators for Regional and OTR driving primarily in the Midwest, and Southeast. Owner Operators with Bruenger earn industry leading revenue pulling reefer trailers for a variety of temperature controlled food, produce, and dry freight customers nationwide, and enjoy excellent fuel savings through our parent company Roadrunner Transportation. As an Owner Operator with Bruenger Trucking you should earn $190,000+ per year, with no forced dispatch, and regular home time. Apply Now for an Owner Operator Job by filling out a Bruenger Trucking application.
Bruenger Trucking has about a 10% turnover ratio which is one of the lowest in the trucking industry. That figure indicates that once an Owner Operator works for us, they don’t want to driver for any other company.
Bruenger Trucking is Hiring Owner Operators for Reefer Driving
Bruenger Driver Requirements
Class A CDL and 24years old with 1+ year of OTR experience in the past 3 years.
Good MVR no more than 3 tickets in the past 3 years, no serious violations; or 1 minor accident in the last 3 years, No DUI / DWI’s in the past 5 years
Preferred Hiring States – AR, CO, IL, IN, IA, KS, KY, MN, MO, NE, OH, OK, TN, TX
Bruenger Owner Operator Jobs
We are hiring solo Owner Operators for the following: Regional and OTR hauling dry and temperature controlled freight in reefer trailers
We provide Refrigerated trailers at no cost and pay 70% of the line haul revenue plus 100% of the current fuel surcharge on all loads. No Forced Dispatch, run where you prefer!
Company Truck Driver Jobs / Benefits
Company truck drivers with Bruenger Trucking enjoy excellent starting pay plan with up to 3300 miles per week. Full Benefits including Medical, Dental, 401K, Paid Vacation, and weekly pay.
Discounts for Owner Operators on tires, insurance, and fuel up to $.45 cpg at 1000+ fuel stops.
Trucks must be 10 years or newer and meet DOT inspection.