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Founded in May 1985, Celadon ranks as one of the largest truckload carriers in North America with annual revenue surpassing 500 million.
At Celadon, the handling of customers' shipments is a team effort. From the customer service representative who takes the order to the planner who matches the driver to a shipment, to the driver manager who dispatches the load, and the professional Celadon driver who transports and delivers the shipment, Celadon boasts of a team dedicated to meet each client's specific needs. At every point throughout the trip, at least two Celadon employees are working together to insure the success of the delivery.
Today, more than 2500, employees drive the continued success of Celadon throughout North America. More than 80% of those employees are drivers, making up the heart of the business. Celadon employs experienced drivers to service its customers needs. While Celadon does employ owner-operators, the vast majority of the Celadon drivers are employees of Celadon. In addition, with more than 300 teams, Celadon is able to provide expedited transit service.
One Celadon Drive
Indianapolis, IN 46235
Why Choose to Drive for Celadon?
Top equipment, length of haul, stability of business, premium cabs, and competitive pay and benefits all attract quality drivers to Celadon. Understanding the importance of having dependable solo drivers and teams, Celadon rewards its drivers with safety and longevity bonuses throughout the year as they meet the rigid safety and quality measures required.
- Ryder – National Truckload Carrier of the year (2007-09)
- Wal-Mart – Diamond Carrier of the Year (2009)
- U.S. EPA SmartWay Excellence Award (2008-2009)
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Types of Freight:
Number of Trucks in Fleet: 3300
Number of U.S. Terminals: 8
Additional Company Details:
- Pet Policy
- Rider Policy
- Assigned Trucks
- Tuition Reimbursement/Assistance May Be Available
- Air-ride high cube trailers
- Comprehensive maintenance program: Benefit from clean, fuel-efficient, professional-looking equipment with maximum cargo capacity and minimal equipment downtime
Bonuses (Subject to change):