9503 East 33rd St
Indianapolis, IN 46235
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Celadon Important Facts
- Celadon claims their turnover rate is almost half that of the industry standard
- With approximately 150,000 annual border crossings, the company is believed to be the largest provider of international truckload movements in North America.
- Headquartered in Indianapolis, Celadon employs approximately 4,000 employees and operates roughly 3,300 tractors and 10,000 trailers.
- Recognized as one of the safest truckload carriers with multiple first-place finishes in the Truckload Carriers Association’s National Fleet Safety Awards among carriers annually hauling over 100 million miles.
- Average Mileage: 2,200 – 3,400 miles per week
- Average Salary: $42,000 – $52,000
Celadon Pay & Benefits
|Experience||Rate Per Mile|
|2 years @ previous carrier(w/3yrs exp)||33¢|
- If driver has HAZMAT endorsement, HAZMAT loads pay
an additional 0.03 per mile.
- If driver is in Canadian Regional Fleet add .07 per mile to the base pay.
- 14 days out is the minimum required, however 14-21 days generally allows better productivity. The choice is yours!
- HAZMAT endorsement not required but additional pay and benefits given to those with a HAZMAT endorsement
- Medical Insurance (PPO) – Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield
- Dental Insurance – MetLife
- Short-Term & Long-Term Disability – Prudential Financial
- Term Life – Prudential Financial
- Supplemental Life/AD&D – Prudential Financial
- Whole Life Insurance – Unum Provident
- Accident Plan – UNUM Provident
- 401k Plan
- Employees may contribute up to 75% of their salary (subject to IRS limits)
- Graduated vesting schedule, fully vested after 5 years
- Paid Vacations
Celadon Qualifications & Requirements
- At least 22 years old at the time of application.
- Must have one year verifiable tractor/trailer experience in the past 36 months
- Must hold a valid CDL Class A license issued by the applicant’s state of residence.
- Good driving record.
- No DWI, DUI, careless or reckless driving, hit and run, alcohol/chemical test or criminal convictions in the past 10 years.
Celadon General Information
Founded in May 1985, Celadon Group Inc. (Nasdaq: CLDN) ranks as one of North America’s largest truckload carriers with annual revenue exceeding $550 million. Celadon has also been recognized as one of the safest truckload carriers with multiple first-place finishes in the Truckload Carriers Association’s National Fleet Safety Awards among carriers annually hauling over 100 million miles.
Headquartered in Indianapolis, Celadon employs approximately 4,000 employees and operates roughly 3,300 tractors and 10,000 trailers. Its customer base includes Fortune 500 shippers such as General Electric, Philip Morris, Wal-Mart, DaimlerChrysler, Procter & Gamble, DuPont, and Target.
With approximately 150,000 annual border crossings, the company is believed to be the largest provider of international truckload movements in North America.
Celadon Financial Health
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