Koch Trucking is a family-owned company with roots in the trucking industry that date back to the 1950s. The Koch family acquired its first truck for freight transportation in 1978. Today, the carrier hires truck drivers for dedicated, flatbed, OTR, and specialized truck driving jobs, as well as their marine fleet.
Koch Trucking Fleets
Koch Trucking's company drivers, lease purchase drivers, and owner-operators have a variety of trucking jobs available to them with dedicated, local, and over-the-road routes. Truck drivers for Koch Trucking handle freight across the United States, as well as into Canada.
Koch Trucking's dedicated fleet helps truck drivers find a balance between life and work. Dedicated truck drivers drive consistent miles and enjoy weekly hometime. OTR drivers handle Midwest Regional and Point-to-Point lanes. Truck drivers handling over-the-road freight get home most weekends and traverse the midwest, south, and southeast. The company's marine fleet handles the transportation of boats, yachts, and other pleasure crafts for customers in the United States and Canada. Flatbed and stepdeck truck drivers enjoy consistent and dedicated freight, with over 90 percent of hauls being pre-loaded.
Specialized Truck Driving Jobs
One unique haul type for this trucking company is recreational vehicles. Truck drivers transport outdoor and power sports equipment using custom-built decking for the trailer. The company instructs truck drivers on how to properly use the decking system and handle recreational vehicles before hitting the road and delivering to dealerships.
Some of Koch Trucking's freight is considered hazmat and requires drivers to have a hazardous materials endorsement on their CDL. It is not a requirement for all truck drivers at Koch Trucking, but the company encourages owner-operators to obtain their hazmat endorsement within the first three months of employment.