New Mexico State Information

New Mexico Truck Driving Companies
 
 
This is a great time to get involved in the trucking industry of New Mexico, as the United States is expanding the trucking port between New Mexico and Mexico to strengthen the manufacturing industry Fronteras, 2016).
 
As the transportation industry of New Mexico grows to meet the demands of local shipping and manufacturing companies, you may discover that a large number of trucking companies in the state are looking for skilled, trained drivers to navigate their trucks all over the country.
 
 It’s important to compare job openings at different companies to find out which one is a good fit for you, but you may find that salaries differ quite a bit between companies. The average salary for a New Mexico truck driver is $38,400 (O*Net, 2015). With experience and seniority, your income potential may increase through the years.
 
 Joining a professional organization can help you make the most of your career in the trucking industry. The New Mexico Trucking Association is the main professional group for truck drivers in this state. Joining can help you connect with other drivers, learn about different routes and highways, and become a safer driver through ongoing training.
 
 
The Bureau of Transportation Statistics is the main source for truck driving statistics in New Mexico. Most of New Mexico’s interstate shipments go to Arizona, Texas, Wisconsin, Colorado, and California. Primary exports include mineral products, gasoline, basic chemicals, and fuel oils.
Common Requirements and Career Outlook for Truckers in New Mexico
•      Get learner’s permit by passing written test and receive regular license after passing skills test New Mexico Motor Vehicle Division
•      Endorsements: Hazardous materials, liquid transport, passenger transport, combination vehicles, and tank/hazardous materials
•      Average heavy/tractor-trailer driving salary: $38,400 O*Net, 2016)
•      Average light/delivery driving salary: $26,900 O*Net, 2016)
•      Anticipated job growth for heavy truck drivers through 2022: 9% (O*Net, 2016)
•      Anticipated job growth for light truck drivers through 2022: 7% (O*Net, 2016)
 
 
There are many established trucking companies in New Mexico. Check out jobs and start applying below.

Trucking Companies in New Mexico

C.R. England
A trucking company doesn't stay in business for 90 years without understanding how to take care of it's most important asset - their drivers. CR England has always put the driver's interests first. C...
JB Hunt Transport
Drive with Pride. Drive with Passion. Drive with J.B. Hunt. Attention Class A Drivers: Are you looking to further your professional career in truck driving with a company that offers great pay AND...
Melton Truck Lines
Melton aims to remain ahead of the competition with top pay and benefits, free on-site clinics and dentists, driver help desk, safety and referral bonuses, rider and pet programs, and much more. Be a...
Covenant Transport
NEW $40,000 TEAMING BONUS FOR OTR CDL-A DRIVERS   Covenant Transport is excited to announce starting February 1, we are offering OTR CDL-A Team Drivers a $40,000 Teaming Bonus! With our new $40,...
CRST Expedited
CRST Expedited Has a New Pay Increase for ALL Company Drivers!     Recent Graduates - Tuition Reimbursement up to $8,500! Experienced - New Lead Driver pay increase! Average 4 cpm more pay...
Mesilla Valley Transportation (MVT)
Mesilla Valley is hiring experienced CDL-A Drivers in your area! Earn up to $.42 CPM with consistent freight, weekly pay and regular home time. No matter which route you choose, you can run well and...
Schneider
Schneider is a leading transportation and logistics services company providing a broad portfolio of premier truckload, intermodal and logistics solutions and operating one of the largest for-hire...
Tutle & Tutle Trucking Inc.
   Tutle and Tutle Trucking has been running for over 20 years now.  We offer weekly pay via direct deposit or Comdata pay cards.  Sign on bonuses are given to Owner Operators and...