Stop, detention, breakdown and layover pay included. New pay package lets drivers earn up to .45 cpm, loaded and empty. Any driver who exceeds 10,000 miles in any month gets 0.1cpm bonus for all driven.
Refrigerated driving jobs
MCT specializes in the no-sweat delivery of refrigerated goods
MCT is a high-service, full truckload carrier for a variety of dry and temperature-sensitive products. We specialize in transporting refrigerated and frozen foods and operate Florida’s largest LTL foliage operation.
Frozen and refrigerated food, foliage and temperature-sensitive adhesives
3M, Kraft, Nestle, General Mills, Coca-Cola, Hormel
Refrigerated and dry van. All drivers enjoy 100% no-touch freight.
West Chicago, IL
Elm Springs, AR
Fort Worth, TX
Sioux Falls, SD
New to the industry? We can train you.
We offer one of the most comprehensive—and paid—training programs in the trucking industry. Travel assistance, lodging and some meals are provided during orientation and ADTP.
Orientation takes place in Atlanta, GA and Sioux Falls, SD.
If you attended another school, you could qualify for our up to $6,000 in tuition reimbursement paid within 25 months.
- Paid orientation, 2 ½ days, $250
- Advanced Driver Training Program (ADTP), Friday – Thursday, $100/day
- Driver training lasts 3 weeks, $500/week. After driver training, you’ll be assigned your own truck and transition from training to mileage pay.
Connect to your new career today.
MCT delivers the flexibility, pay and benefits you need to make your job a balanced, satisfying part of your life. If you’re ready to drive for a carrier that puts you first, give our recruitment team a call or submit an online application today.
Don't Just Take Our Word For It...
“I didn't know what to expect. However, once I got through orientation and started working for the company, I found that the reality far exceeded my expectations.”
“I have been with the company for 3 years now, and I can honestly say that I don't see myself leaving anytime soon. I know I made the right choice.”
“When I decided to become a truck driver, I never thought I would enjoy it as much as I do.”