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Whether you’re a trucking company executive or an equity analyst, your subscription to National Transportation Institute’s transportation reports will give you the detailed, up-to-date information you need on today’s trucking industry trends, Class A CDL market wages, emerging pay strategies and more.
We’re the nation’s leading publication for company truck driver and owner operator compensation changes in the truckload industry. We can send you all the information you want on over 65 unique attributes, including: driver wage, accessorial pay, benefit costs, and personnel policies—everything from per per-mile and hour to 401(k) plans and detention pay/policies.
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“We have relied on the National Transportation Institute for more than 15 years as our go-to source on driver pay and benefits data. The National Survey of Driver Wages allows us to make accurate and informed decisions about where our driver pay, bonuses and accessorials rank compared to other carriers allowing us to compete for drivers that meet our tough standards without paying too much.”, Jeff Blank Director of Recruiting
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