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Average Salary for Trucking Company General Manager in United States

The average salary of a(n) Trucking Company General Manager in United States is $74,121.

The average hourly rate of a(n) Trucking Company General Manager in United States is $35.64.

The average bonus of a(n) Trucking Company General Manager in United States is $4,507.00.

Job Description:

Directs and coordinates the operations and activities of a trucking company involved in transporting finished goods and raw materials over land, typically from manufacturing plants to retail or distribution centers. Formulates policies, programs, and procedures for transportation system, including schedules, rates, routes, allocation and assignment of company drivers and vehicles, selection and use of contract drivers, and other company operations. Understands the overall plan for the company, and sets specific goals to fit in with the plan. Directs staff to achieve company goals. Ensures that all company trucks and equipment are properly inspected and maintained. Conducts continuous analyses of vehicle and driver assignments and analyzes scheduling for possible consolidation. Reviews schedules to ascertain trucking establishments having freight consignments for terminal and shipments originating from terminal in order to plan activities. Revises driver schedules to ensure increased efficiency, lower costs, and expedited operations. Conducts field surveys to evaluate operations and recommends changes. Reviews and analyzes expenditure, financial, and operations reports to determine requirements for increasing profits, such as need for increase in rates or tariffs, expansion of existing schedules, or extension of routes or new routes. Recommends or approves capital expenditures for acquisition of new equipment or vehicles which would increase efficiency and services of company. Enforces compliance of administrative policies, procedures, safety rules, and government regulations. Negotiates contracts with outside drivers. Less

Directs and coordinates the operations and activities of a trucking company involved in transporting finished goods and raw materials over land, typically from manufacturing plants to retail or distribution centers. Formulates policies, programs, and procedures for transportation system, including schedules,... More

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