Jobs with Peterbilt Trucking
Peterbilt Trucking is one of the oldest truck manufacturers in the world. Since 1939, the company has worked hard to deliver services and products that improve customer performance and profitability while ensuring peace of mind due to the high quality of vehicle manufacturing.
Through the specially setup dealer network and the company's TruckCare services, all customers are well taken care of when it comes to aftermarket parts and services for their Peterbilt vehicles. TruckCare provides a wide range of services including round the clock roadside assistance as well as scheduled and regular maintenance follow-ups that allow customers with vehicle fleets - as well as owner operators - to have the service checks they need to stay in business. The company's mix of custom design and manufacturing as well as premium quality materials, allows for the best vehicles in the industry. The Peterbilt line of trucks reportedly has the highest preference rate of industrial vehicle among drivers and customers. Fleet owners often choose Peterbilt trucks because they know that the quality of the vehicles will attract drivers.
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Peterbilt Is a Leader In Environmental Responsibility
Peterbilt has a long history of producing high quality vehicles that appeal to its customers on many levels. In recent years, the company has moved towards ensuring that its manufacturing procedures - and the very trucks themselves - impact on the environment as little as possible. The company has achieved a great deal in a short time as it strives to lower the environmental impact that it has had on the environment.
Environmental issues are brought into the equation all the way through the design and manufacturing process. In some cases this means using materials which are recycled - and recyclable - so that there is little actual waste from the actual manufacturing process. In other cases it may mean that more innovation and consideration goes into the manufacture and design of vehicle engines to make them more energy efficient, in order to help conserve fuel.
The company employs many skilled laborers and trades people including assembly line workers ($39,500 annual salary), welders ($51,000-$64,000 annually), mechanics ($48,350 annual salary) and industrial electricians ($49,000-$53,000 annually), to name just a few.
Most positions in the automotive and trucking industries -including manufacturing plants - are union positions, so job security and wages are generally pretty secure. For more information on working for such an environmentally progressive company, you can check out the company's website at www.peterbilt.com.