Now Hiring CDL-A Regional Drivers

Home Weekly - Earn Up to $80k+/Year - $4,500 Sign-On Bonus


Kane Transport is the Midwest’s leading bulk transport carrier, earning multiple safety and service awards since its founding in 1949. Today, Kane remains family owned and operated, and is one of the largest petroleum common carriers based in Minnesota. The Minnesota Trucking Association’s 2018 Driver of the Year is veteran Kane Transport Driver Art Stoen!

New drivers typically earn $60,000 to $70,000 per year while experienced drivers can make up to $80,000 plus. Regional positions are available and Owner Operators are welcome. Products vary by location but include asphalt, bio diesel, gas, fuel, ethanol and propane. Enjoy BIG company strength with FAMILY company personality at Kane Transport.  

Ready to Start Driving with Kane Transport? Apply Today or Call (855) 983-4491


Pay + Benefits:

  • Home weekly
  • Earn $60k-$80k+ per year based on experience
  • Sign-on bonus - up to $4,500 based on experience
  • Monthly safety bonus - earn an extra $200-$300 per month
  • Medical, dental, vision insurance, 401k & more
  • Earn more on weekends and holidays
  • Training on multiple products
  • Year-round diversified freight base
  • Typically work 5 days a week



Requirements:

  • CDL-A license
  • 23 years old
  • 1 year of tractor-trailer experience
  • Current DOT medical certification
  • Tanker endorsement required
  • Hazmat endorsement is ideal but not required


Ready to Start Driving with Kane Transport? Apply Today or Call (855) 983-4491

Kane Transport

One Minute Application



Additional Questions


By submitting this form, I expressly consent to be contacted by this freight carrier and/or CDLJobNow regarding potential employment opportunities via telephone or SMS. I understand that the calls and messages may be transmitted using an auto dialing system or prerecorded voice.

Sorry,
this position requires
a CDL License.

Let us connect you with a CDL training school in your area!

Request Free Information No, thanks. Show me trucking companies that offer CDL training.