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Stevens Transport
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9757 Military Pkwy Dallas, TX 75227
9757 Military ParkwayUSTexasDallas75227
(972) 216-9000stevenstransport.com
Trucking Company, Freight Forwarding Service
Trucking Company
Freight Forwarding Service
Trucking School
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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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"The recruiting department told me on the phone I would only have to pay 100 usd."
"Go to one that can offer you weekly or bi weekly home time."
"This was a great training company."
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William Johnson
a month ago
I was very disappointed in the recruiting Department. I have a clean motor vehicle history, never any tickets or issues driving in over 31 years. I did have a fender scape in 2013, no police report, very minor in downtown Honolulu that I self admitted. While I applaud Stevens Standards, I do think it is overboard here. I am a Retired Soldier, dependable, healthy and ready to do something different. I just have to accept a different offer if I wish to drive.
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MediaMindControl
a week ago
Driver School Mill - constant 50 students in one door and 50 drivers out the other, low pay - recent class action. TWC student scam operation. After being paid, their fake attorney (collection agency) kept calling for more money. Relentless, shady and DAC report destroyers over nothing that has to do with driving on the roads. They 'get even', if you quit. One instance was forced to drive out of hours of service - complained and they turned that into a complaint about the driver. Like I said when you have had enough of Stevens Transport they will try to ruin your future ability to get a driver job - they think they own you, even after they got paid nearly $5,000.00 for the training. The company is a driver mill and cares nothing about the driver after you hit the road. Trainers are abusive and dispatch is bad - If you complain - they get real bad and all part of their 'driver mill' business model. I just wonder which commissioner with the TWC is getting the golfing perks and free vacations for keeping their cheap labor scam alive? Beware of the comments with 5 stars - one "J Rutherford was created by Stevens on their G+ account - total fake. Another one of them is not even in a Stevens Truck (no red seats or red seat belts at ST) - it's fake just like their promises to make up to $59,000.00 per year LOL you will never make hardly enough to pay your car note or eat, much less keep your wife from leaving you for Jim Bob or Cedris McSmack Da Cracka. Get a local job instead and stay married.
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Raul Arrez
4 months ago
Wish they would have run a full background check on me when I gave them all my information of past arrest. Scott young the recuciter insured me that I meet qualifications. 4th day in I was told by human resources that I could not be hired... (I know wasn't mad more sad and crushed). Reality sunk in, I will try to get my cdl some other way. It's a serious thing this is my life. Living arrangements, what do you expect they pay 15$ for a hotel. Yeah, expect the worst... this whole experience I'll have to take it and accept it. Move on....
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Paul P
3 months ago
Left me in the middle of nowhere, didnt pay any money for waiting (been sleeping at truckstop for 11 days waiting for their truck to be fixed ), paid my own money for motel - they never reimbursed me for it. When I brought the truck back - they just told me to take a break. Now they just not responding to my calls or email. They owe me over $2000!! Driver - stay away from them
James Rutherford
3 weeks ago
This was a great training company. They taught me all the basic aspects of the trucking industry. Many don't realize this is the primary focus of its existence. Suck it up the hard times,save all your money for two years of solo time and then train the students. You will be successful in that order. By then you will know all the basic ins and outs of the way trucking is and you will be a good trainer after that. It takes a couple years to even get a grasp on it really well. Be patient with a good attitude and don't listen to the negativity on the yard. Use your time wisely asking good questions to the staff not wasting their time but asking how you can be the best at what you do. The Alliance program is good but wait until you are really ready and have a lot to teach. Remember if you were a pilot of a Boeing 747,could you teach someone how to fly it all over the world with only one year of experience. No. It takes time. Flashing $$$$$ on a chalk board of what you will make is just not its reality just yet. You be the judge. Most pilots have years of experience before training others. Would you trust the pilot in command with only one year of total driving experience to take you home? Last but not least, "there are few old pilots and very few bold pilots,but there no old bold pilots left". If you do not understand the quote,Google it.
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Angle Lebron
in the last week
Very poor management never go on your 3 week training with a owner operator they are very rude and made me feel uncomfortable sad I waste over 3 weeks off my time wish u never choose this school please make sure uvwant to go there not a good company ..... Also the onwer kids who are the boss there don't help out with nothing won't even her u out if it's a problem place sucks
Karl Wolf
5 months ago
Best company I've ever worked for in my life!!!!!!! Office people are great and nourish your mind with wholesome goodness! A total family feel working here and full of respect! Great for beginners or veterans of the road!
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Stefanie Pointer
7 months ago
I worked with Stevens (incl training) from June 2014-December 2014. The training was overall good and useful. I had no clue how to drive a truck, let alone a manual transmission; so it was a challenge. But I did it! I earned my CDL. Then, I trained on the road with two trainers for a total of nine weeks (the average is six weeks) and by the end, I was working that truck! I was fortunate to have proper training. I knew how to drive and do paperwork by the time I got my own truck. My biggest challenge was backing (that would improve with time). As far as the company: Stevens is about Stevens first, THEN the driver. Stevens always pay themselves first, then gives the driver the leftovers; even if that means a negative check for weeks on at a time. I did the Alliance program for a few weeks and I didn't like it. The truck notes are ridiculous ($700/week!). Add additional fees like insurance, fuel, and maintenance, you (as a driver) will end up giving them (Stevens) about $1000/week before you see any money in your pocket. I recommend for a new driver: DO NOT LEASE A TRUCK THRU ALLIANCE!!! STAY COMPANY! LET STEVENS PAY FOR FUEL, TRUCK REPAIRS, ETC. The starting pay is low (.28 per mile), but you'll endure less stress. The checks aren't big, but they are something. So I say: Stevens is a good training school. Get what you need out of them, then leave in a year (if you have not become a trainer - which is your best bet for a nice check as a driver or switched to some other position within the company).
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