Dot Transportation Welcomes Celadon Drivers

From all of us at Dot Transportation, Inc. (DTI): we are sorry to hear about the closing of Celadon and the number of drivers who are suddenly out of a job in the middle of the holiday season. We want all Celadon drivers to know that they can find a home at DTI. 

We have a distribution center (DC) location in Cambridge City, Indiana, as well as two terminals in Indianapolis and Zanesville, Ohio.

If you are interested in learning more about the DTI team or applying, fill out the form below. A member of our recruiting team will get in contact with you shortly.

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Zero Layoffs in Company History

DTI has been in operation for almost 30 years and we have never had a layoff—ever. Our focus is on YOU, your family, and your community. Bringing reliable and stable jobs to our distribution center (DC) communities will never stop being one of our top business priorities.

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Discover Dot and You’ll Find:

Great Pay

Best-in-Class Benefits

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Unbeatable Job Security

Benefits Worth More Than $22K

Few companies in the industry offer better benefits than Dot Transportation, Inc. (DTI). Not only does your salary average $90K, but you also receive a benefits package worth over $22K. 

We take your health, retirement, and home life seriously and want you to be covered.

Work Hard. Get Paid.

Being a truck driver is hard work. That’s why we believe in paying our professional truck drivers for every part of the job.

✔️ Mileage
✔️ Delivering products
✔️ Stop pay
✔️ Making pickups
✔️ Detention
✔️ Incentives
✔️ Bonuses

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