Roehl Raises Pay With New Driver Compensation Plan

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John Sommers II for Transport Topics

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Roehl Transport has made a change to its driver pay plans that will allow driving teammates to make 12% to 14% more, the company announced April 6.

The Marshfield, Wis.-based transportation and logistics services company said the pay increase will impact drivers across its national, regional and home daily fleet operations. This comes after the company recently made its largest profit-sharing contribution of 7% to eligible employee wages.

“Once again, Roehl is innovating and evolving, and these pay plan changes reinforce our commitment to providing the best driving jobs to the best drivers in the industry,” said Tim Norlin, vice president of driver employment at Roehl. “These pay plans are a fundamental change to how we compensate our driving teammates. The mileage band pay plans feature rates per mile based on the length of haul with activity pay added in.”


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Norlin added some drivers could earn $1.64 per mile when the new pay plans are combined with address-to-address mileage calculations, 3-cent accident-free pay and performance bonuses.

Roehl has also added hundreds of home daily, home weekly and dedicated truck driving jobs across its dry van, refrigerated, flatbed and curtainside divisions.

Roehl Transport ranks No. 73 on the Transport Topics Top 100 list of the largest for-hire carriers in North America. — Transport Topics

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