“This is a business decision. After an evaluation, Walmart determined it was more cost-effective and efficient to operate this facility with its own fleet of drivers instead of a third-party carrier,” said Bryan Most, vice president of Walmart Transportation.
Drivers interested in the job must have 30 months of commercial driving experience and a clean safety record for the last three years. Internal, external and current third-party drivers will be considered.
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Drivers will have access to company benefits the first day and can earn as much as 21 days of paid time off in their first year. The schedules are also predictable, so drivers know when they will be home and on the road.
“Walmart continues to explore how we can operate more efficiently and serve our customers’ changing needs. Our Walmart U.S. Supply Chain plays a big role, particularly in quality, service, speed, reliable operations, cost and work environment.”
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