Class A CDL - Local, Regional & OTR Company Drivers in Kansas City, KS
You're not a number with us but a member of the family
Now offering a $2,500 Sign-On Bonus
Affton Trucking was established in 1969 by Floyd Wright and remained a family owned business until January 2019. Dana Transport, based out of Avenal, NJ purchased the company and we became Affton Transport, LLC. One thing that has always remained a constant, then and now, is that the company cares about its people! Providing a safe, clean, professional environment for the employees and contractors. Our employee turn-over rate is very low and we have many drivers and office staff that have been with us for many years.
Our main facility is 125 acres in North St. Louis where we provide many different services for the transportation Industry. Trucking local and OTR intermodal containers, pneumatic tanks, ISO tanks and low-boy flat beds. We also provide warehouse and packaging facilities serving the resin plastic industry. Grain Transloading and container depot services are also a big part of our operation.
Truck Driver Pay & Benefits:
- Local: $900 - $1,200/week. Home Every Night.
- Regional: $1,100 - $1,400/week
- OTR: $1,200 - $1,600/ week. Plus $50 per night out per diem (tax free)
- $2,500 Sign-On Bonus
- Health, Dental & Vision Benefits
- Paid Holidays & Vacation
- Company-match 401K Retirement Plan
- Assigned Trucks
- Family Oriented Environment
- Quarterly Safety Bonuses
- Reimbursements for Endorsements
Truck Driver Requirements:
- 24 years old minimum
- Two years OTR experience
- Hazmat & Tanker Preferred but not Required
Beyond the job benefits already listed above for truck driving jobs, there are several other appealing benefits for truckers living in Kansas City. Kansas plays a vital role in supplying the nation with a variety of products, including necessities. The state has terminals for over a DOZEN of the nation’s largest carriers! Quite simply, Kansas is just about as central to the lower 48 as any other state, and this location means trucking is alive and well. In terms of exports, nearly 20% of products trucked out of state are aviation-related (planes, engines, parts, etc.) But agriculture play a huge role in the Kansas economy and is an industry offering many lucrative truck driver jobs in Kansas City.