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if any of you know of a good job opening out there let me know.I get a call from my boss on wed saying he is letting me go because his wife is taking him to the cleaners so he has to sell 1 of his trucks.so any help with info.I have driven trucks for 15 years mostly consrtuction like transfer,end dump.roll off. 10 wheel dump and even a lowboy but hated that.I can operate equipment ,backhoe but not great,skip loader,front end loader,thanks in advance.
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You have your class A? There's always a need for good truckers if you can find a truck (someone in need of a driver). Problem is...the job
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Try a trucking outfit out of Yuba City, it used to be called Yuba Trucking but they changed the name to agregates or something like that.
A good company to work for, or try Butte Sand & Gravel I know they buaght more new trucks.
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try TIMEC. they hire for refinery work right there in Martinez at shell and valero. i did scaffold/carpentry work out at shell/valero and i would see timec opererating backoes, bobcats etc. most is maint work and labor but it pays well during a turnaround!!
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