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Keller Trucking Celebrates 50 Years of Driving Forward! Keller Trucking an Affiliate of Keller Logistics Group Defiance, Ohio 20 carriers in North America. Were Awarded 2018 Best Fleets to Drive for One of them is right here.

CDL Schooling 100% company paid tuition Finishing program and entry level driving positions Approximately 45k in year one, Approximately 65k in year two Whether you're an experienced driver looking to make the change to a small, reputable, family owned company or looking to get into the industry through our 100% company paid CDL Schooling, we have options to fit your needs.

Join one of North America's 20 "2018 Best Fleets to Drive For" and start a career with a company that you can be proud of!

 

About the co: Thomas E. Keller Trucking, known as Keller Trucking, began in 1978, and we’ve come a long way since that single tractor and trailer. Over the years we’ve developed strong customer relationships by creating personalized solutions through our ability to adjust to the industry’s ever-changing demands. Because of our commitment to both our customers and our drivers, we’ve been able to grow our fleet to over 150 tractors and 450 trailers.

Despite this amazing growth in 40 years, we take pride in knowing each and every one of our drivers by name and having a “family-first” mentality with safety as our number one goal.

Staying true to these founding principles has helped Keller to be recognized as one of the “2018 Best Fleets to Drive For.” We listen to our drivers and recognize that home time and a steady, living wage is important. We always do our best to work with our drivers so they have the quality of life they deserve.

As published in The Blade


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