First established in 1980, Fortune Transportation began with only one truck. Since then, we have consistently grown and now have over 150 trucks and 3 terminals. Despite this growth, we still operate with our employee’s needs in mind. With an excellent safety record, a mutual-respect-based work environment, and employee benefit programs; Fortune Transportation can help you reach your top potential. If you would like to join the Fortune family, you should approach it as a long-term relationship and not just another ‘stop-off’ in a transit work history. At Fortune Transportation, we are in this for the long-haul.
Benefits• Ability-Driven Loops
• Level-Pay Option
• Vacation Pay
• Holiday Pay
• 401k Retirement Plan
• Profit Sharing
• Employer-Paid Life Insurance
• Health Plan
• Safe Mileage Award Programs
Our traffic department matches drivers with loads based on driving ability, Elog requirements, load availability, and the location of the driver’s home. This allows us to develop a combination of loads that meet driver and company needs.
We offer a “Level-Pay Option,” in which our drivers are paid weekly based on their average miles. This allows them and their families to better budget with a consistent weekly pay check. Differences are settled quarterly.
As a family-owned company, we understand the importance of home-time. We feel our drivers should be home weekly for their 34 hour restart. We live under the directive, “Work while on-duty; spend time with your family while off-duty – don’t spend your time in a truck stop!”
We have a mutual-respect-based work environment. Respect is afforded to all new and present employees; however, it is up to them to maintain it.
We have a history of being ahead of the curve. We were an early adopter of Elogs, and we were also one of the first companies to select customers and secure freight lanes based on receivers, shippers, and the ability of our drivers.
At Fortune Transportation, we care about our employees. We work to keep them safe from both physical and financial harm through regular safety training, a 401K program, and a level pay option.