Yes, WDS does have training available. If you are fresh out of school or would like to have a refresher, WDS will pair you with a trainer to get your driving career started or back on the road. Average training is 4-6 weeks.
Orientation takes place in Shepherd Michigan. Typically it is around 4-6 hours long.
Yes. If you prefer to send the paperwork at a truck stop, you may Transflo there. Also, if you have the App on your phone that works as well.
Yes we do.
Yes! WDS offers sign-on, weekly mileage, and quarterly safety bonuses PLUS a driver referral program
Yes, after 90 days there is the possibility of becoming a trainer.
Yes, WDS offers both Detention and Layover pay. Detention pay starts after 2 hours.
After 90 days
Yes. WDS does offer paid vacation after 1 year.
Depending on the medical plan a driver chooses, they may be responsible for part of the cost. However, WDS does pay for the driver's medical coverage.
WDS covers the following regions of the USA:
We mainly haul fresh and frozen produce and general merchandise.
Not very often do we run east coast. However, if WDS does, there is an increase for driver pay per mile.
We also have a parking only terminal in Holland, Michigan.
After 90 days, you are allowed to have a rider (12 years or older) and/or a pet. The driver is responsible for maintaining cleanliness in the truck.
WDS has dispatcher or driver managers in the office or available by phone 24 hours a day 7 days a week.
WDS runs late model Freightliner Cascadia
We are required to run E-logs. We use Orbcomm/Blue Tree Systems.
Most of our trailers are Reefer's with a small fleet of Dry Vans.
The vast majority of our trucks are automatics.