A&R Trucking

Hi welcome to my A&R Trucking page also know as A&R Logistics. Please Bookmark this page so you can come back to it. I am a 15 year driver with A&R and this is a great place to work starting Drivers average $65000+ a year.  This includes loaded pay of $.50-$.57 a mile, plus  Interplant Pay, Cancellation Pay, Load and Unload pay, Delay (no sitting around for free Hourly pay after 2 hours), Layover Pay and Breakdown Pay.

The current sign on bonus is currently $3000 depending on what terminal you run out of.  This is subject to change monthly. So now is the time to make the change, these sign on bonus are not going to last forever.

Read How I made over $94000 a year as a company driver wth A&R Logistics.

A&R Truck Driver Requirements

A&R Trucking Minimum  21 years of age.
Have valid Class A Commercial Driver’s License (CDL) from their state of residence.
Have 6 months of recent, verifiable, tractor/trailer experience with a regulated carrier or be a recent graduate from an accredited
truck driving school.
Must successfully pass a minimum 6-month DOT physical and pre-placement drug screen.
Have no DUI/DWI, impaired-driving or implied-consent convictions within the past 3 years.

Pet Policy

Because we haul a lot of medical-grade plastics, we have  a strict no-pet policy.  Pets are not allowed inside our companies gate,
even if they stay in the truck.

Competitive Salaries

Pay in Top 10%
Drivers average $65,000+/year
Driver Referral Bonus (yes you get paid to refer other drivers)

Click Here For the current Sign on Bonus

Interplant Pay
Cancellation Pay
Delay and Layover Pay
Breakdown Pay Holiday pay

Outstanding Benefits

Vacation & holiday pay
Scheduled raises
401k plan with company matching
Health & Dental insurance available
Life insurance
Passenger Program
Home often & most weekends
Weekly payroll
Training Pay

Owner Operator Truck Qualification

Truck age not more than 6 years unless in excellent mechanical condition.
Truck weight maximum 19000 lbs with fuel scaled
Truck must pass DOT inspections.

At A&R Trucking we maintain a fleet of 800 trucks and 1,200 trailers, with an extensive network of 23 terminals and 10 warehousing/packaging facilities nationwide. We’re continually investing in the technology and training needed to maintain a superior level of service, staying far ahead of the industry curve.

Out-and-back dispatching
A&R has the following home time options:

  • Daily
  • Weekly
  • Monthly

Local drivers must live within a commutable distance from the terminal and are home very night and weekends. Some loader positions available, Regional drivers are typically home 2-3 nights out of the week and most weekends. OTR drivers stay out at least 10-14 days at a time.

• Two consecutive years of 10% wage increases
• No increase in insurance costs
• Upgraded driver lounges and shower facilities
• New Peterbilt,  Freightliner tractors
• Refurbished tractors
• Free  activated XM satellite radio


At A&R Trucking we pride ourselves on our work ethic. We do more than drive a truck – we’re highly skilled operators of pneumatic vacuum trailers.  Your freight will consist of plastic resins in the form of pellets and powders.

No experience working with this type of equipment? No problem. We’ve built a comprehensive training program that will position you for success—in our organization and in your career. You’ll be paid while you’re learning and we’ll even take care of travel and lodging expenses for your one-week training orientation.

Your Paid Training Schedule:

Training pay $160 a day.


Paperwork and tour of facility at your home terminal
Operation techniques On the job training with local trainer


On the job training with local trainer.  Your unit will be assigned


We will dispatch you a load to the nearest training center (Atlanta, GA or Morris, IL) for a final training certification to insure you are
comfortable and confident in your skills and training.

A&R Company Driver

Great people, great company to work for, good pay, plenty of work, benefits, nice equipment, on-site maintenance and wash teams—what  else could you ask for?

If you are interested in applying to A-R-Trucking you will be redirected to another page where you can fill out an online application.

All I ask is that you please place my name on the Application. It can be found on the General information page, How did you hear about us, referred by current A&R employee. Billy Johnson,Jr Columbus, OH. Please remember to add my name to the application very important.

Apply Here To begin your Application


Not quite ready to submit an application but would like to ask a veteran trucker a question or after you have submitted your application contact me and I will try to answer your questions and I would like to track your application so I can fast track it. If you have any questions you can use the Contact button above I will be glad to assist you. I am looking forward to hearing from you and working with you.

Below are two videos on how to unload a plastic trailer.

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