Cross-border AZ Lease and Owner Operators Wanted!

  London

Scotlynn is a premier, award-winning transportation and logistics provider specializing in hauling time-sensitive refrigerated produce using state-of-the-art equipment. We have over 250 driving employees and are continuing to grow our fleet. Scotlynn is currently looking for AZ lease-operators and owner-operators to run long-haul, cross-border from Ontario to Southern, West, Midwest, and Northeast USA.

Lease Operators: We have BRAND NEW 2022 Kenworth W900s with Studio sleepers ready to be leased. Take your company driving carrier to the next level at minimum risk with the Scotlynn lease to own program. No money down and no credit check required; if you qualify to drive for Scotlynn, you are elidable for the lease program.

Owner Operators: There is no minimum truck model year required; your tractor just needs to pass a Scotlynn truck inspection. We cover the plates, insurance, running authorities, decals, and E-Log installation (No charge to you!).

Why cross-border, long haul with Scotlynn?

Ample loads and miles (Average: 11,000 miles per month)
$ 2,500 Sign-on bonus with no lease payments for the first 30 days!
Loaded and unloaded miles paid
Easy lease option – no money down, no credit check & low-interest rates
Mileage bonus programs
Paid waiting time
Fuel cards with discounts
We cover your insurance, plates, running authorities, E-log, and satellite cost
New equipment to work with (Oldest trailer model year is 2019)

Direct deposit pay on the 15th and 30th of each month

Excellent benefits package for Lease Operators and Owner Operators

24/7 Driver support

Family atmosphere, a group of friendly professionals

Driver referral programs in place

Benefits:

Extended health care
Vision care
Life insurance
Employee assistance programs
Dental care
Ask us how to get started ASAP! Call our recruiting team 1-800-263-9117 Ext. 2536

Experience:

Verified AZ Driving: 1 year (Minimum)
License:

AZ Drivers License (Mandatory)
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