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9757 Military Pkwy Dallas, TX 75227
9757 Military ParkwayUSTexasDallas75227
(972) 216-9000stevenstransport.com
Trucking Company, Freight Forwarding Service
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Founded as a family-owned and operated business, Stevens Transport has matured into North America's most reputable, responsive, and environmentally-conscious refrigerated transport carrier.
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"You will be an excellent professional driver."
"They pester you continuously to join the "Alliance" leasing program."
"...is just as important as the logistics specialists that work a 9 to 5."
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old gamer
3 weeks ago
where to start??????? The recruiting department told me on the phone I would only have to pay 100 usd. for registration. I have a current cdl and physical and have been driving for less then a year. I was told I would be taking a refresher course and it would last 3 days then I would be out on the road with a trainer for 120 hours unless they said I need more training, then it would be 240 hours. I bought my own plane ticket since they wanted to put me on a greyhound for over 24 hours. I showed up and had no contact with anyone from the school and was sent to a hotel with bedbugs and drug dealers outside. Every night there was a fight in the parking lot and people yelling, dogs barking from the people that live in the hotel. When I started the class every time I tried to ask a question I was told to wait till contract day. I ended up paying 315 usd. for the crappy hotel (crossroads suites) so I left and went to the quality Inn for the same price after day 3 of no sleeping. I was told I had to get a new physical and pay 65 usd. instead of the transfer of my current one to their company and it was only 2 months old. When contract day came I was told the class was 8900 dollars and I would pay 3600 or a 12 month contract, and I had to sign a no compete contract so if I quit I had to pay 3600 dollars and not be able to work for another trucking company for a year. They said they are a family company and yet everyone just tries to get you to sign the contracts or they tell you to leave. So in short the 100 dollars for registration only turned into 3500 dollars for the course (that I was told I didn't need), 65 dollars for a physical I already had, 315 dollars for a crappy hotel, and they tried to get me to pay 70 dollars for food each week,(which I opted out on) Its up to you if you want to work for them their equipment is new but everything else is bad. Spoke to other drivers that work there and most of them were quitting when they hit their 12 months.
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andrew brown
4 months ago
I have been with the company 9 months. the training was a bit lengthy but beneficial. The major problem I have with Stevens is that I don't get the miles promised by the recruiter and I barely have enough to pay my bills let alone eat. Also everyone is afraid to go to the yard because Stevens alwa
Linda Austin
2 months ago
I'm excited about the idea of working for Stevens hopefully soon this summer, after a few personal things are done. I look forward to being there and meeting everyone.
Hiram Marquez
2 weeks ago
Great for training. And work
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Jamison Gillen
a month ago
Stevens is a stepping stone, basic training, they give you the opportunity to move on to bigger and better. Trucking isnt for the faint of heart so dont expect glam or perfection from a corp that hires people off the street. Make friends, trust half of what you hear and all of what you see. Take notes, ask questions and learn! AND DONT TAKE ADVANCES ON YOUR CHECKS!
Ken Murphy
a year ago
Lied on my DAC report saying that I had "constant complaints and late loads". Yeah but I worked there for almost 2 years and got documented raises, starting at .26 and ending at .32? Not even the recruiter bought it. Contacted HireRight and had them look into it and they ended up removing it because Stevens couldn't prove the charge. I wonder if I could take legal action because they cost me several jobs. One recruiter from another company was nice enough to tell me about it instead of just turning me down over it because they added it roughly 6 months after I left. Took their truck back and everything so we left on good terms. They still send me recruitment cards wanting me to return and I'm eligible for rehire.so I must not be that bad of a driver. Stay away from this company. Sitting around meat plants is very common.
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robert p
a month ago
they say free it is mot first thing they wanted a check for paper work. and they only pay 28 cents a mile the going rate is 42 cents a mile and this is for one year. one hundred for paper work is not no money down
Joe M.
3 months ago
They take way to long to set me up for a road test. I didn't even pass my first time at the DPS. WASTE OF MONEY! SUCH A SCAM!