Buckeye may be hiring soon

Discussion in 'Wal-Mart Drivers' started by Extreme4x4, Aug 11, 2014.

  1. Extreme4x4

    Extreme4x4 Member

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    Just as an FYI to folks out there, be they current WM drivers that have been wanting to come to Buckeye, or people who would like to come to work for Walmart, out of the Buckeye, AZ DC.

    They have opened up a request for 10 transfers. If they do not get the 10 that they need, they will be hiring. I will update as I find out more details.

    Do understand that this is a very rare occurrence for Buckeye. The hiring that I was involved in was the first one in 6 years, and there have been none since. The Buckeye DC is a very desirable DC to work out of, not only due to its location, but our GTM is absolutely fantastic, and just a plain ol great guy. It is one of the best DC's to work out of.

    This will be wonderful. I could use some seniority. LOL :)
     
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    What is the avg.length of haul? What kind of ADP? What tractors do you guys have?
     
  3. Extreme4x4

    Extreme4x4 Member

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    We run everything from in the Valley to Gallup NM, Las Vegas, and a lot of Flagstaff to Porterville/Mira Loma/etc.

    ADP's are running the gamut, from $250-450.

    We run primarily Freightliners.
     
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    Just as an FYI, Buckeye is looking at hiring between 10 and 14 drivers.

    Happy Thanksgiving to everyone, and be safe out there.
     
  5. slim6596

    slim6596 Freight Relocation Tech

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    Dang it. My wife and I want to migrate to a warm climate and either Az or Fl would be great. Unfortunately, I can't transfer again until August.
     

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