ABF Freight to Host Two-Day Hiring Event in Dallas

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ArcBest, a leader in supply chain logistics, is pleased to announce that its less-than-truckload carrier, ABF Freight, will host a two-day hiring event on Sept. 30 and Oct. 1 in Dallas, Texas.

Founded in 1923, now with 14,000 employees across more than 250 campuses and service centers, ArcBest is a logistics powerhouse fueled by the simple notion of finding a way to get the job done. Through innovative thinking, agility, and trust, the company leverages a full suite of shipping and logistics solutions to meet customers’ critical needs every day.

ABF Freight operates a less-than-truckload network across North America to provide seamless transportation services in short and long-haul markets. ArcBest customers can trust the superior LTL solutions ABF has provided for nearly a century and rely on them to solve transportation challenges.

ABF Freight is seeking candidates in Dallas, Texas, for city drivers, full-time and part-time dock workers, driver trainees, and shop technicians. ABF is offering signing bonuses of $7,500 for new city drivers and $5,000 for shop technicians, available on the first day of employment. Driver candidates should be at least 21 years old, and dock worker and shop technician candidates should be at least 18 years old.

“Dallas is a crucial service center in the ABF network, and we are looking to grow our team in this location to accommodate business growth,” said Seth Runser, ABF Freight president. “Our people are at the heart of our success, and we know bringing on top talent is one of the most important things we can do to continue serving our customers with excellence. We look forward to meeting everyone interested in a career with ABF.”

For additional information on current ABF job openings or to apply for a job, please visit their website here: jobs.abf.com.

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