In the trucking industry, a unique group of drivers exists, the Tanker Drivers. They take great pride in the fact that not just any driver can safely haul bulk chemicals on the interstates, highways and city streets of our nation. As for skills, it most definitely requires an exceptional set to safely load and unload a tanker successfully. Tanker Drivers remain part of an elite group that appreciates the freedom while thriving on the challenges that present themselves on the road each and every day…Are you up to the challenge? It is your MOVE!
Miller Transporters, Inc. is a third-generation family-owned company that has been in business since 1942. We specialize in the hauling of bulk liquid chemicals and are recognized as an industry leader in safety and service year after year. Our reputation for being one of the top carriers is a direct reflection on our drivers and their hard work.
When you decide to call Miller Transporters, Inc. “home”, you will be a part of a team with a solid history and a clear vision for the future. You do not want to trust your career to just any carrier, you want a proven leader like Miller Transporters
Must have a valid Class-A CDL with Tank Truck and Hazardous Materials Endorsements
Recent tractor-trailer experience
Having been a professional driver for over 20 years, it is safe to say that Charles Gaines knows a lot about the trucking industry. Charles also knows a good thing when he sees it. Living in Vicksburg, Mississippi, Charles often would see Miller Transporters trucks on the road as well as frequently run into Miller drivers. “I would pass by their trucks a lot, and I always heard good things about them from other drivers…so driving for Miller seemed like a good opportunity,” explains Charles.Read More
It is quite rare for someone to work for the same company for ten, or even twenty years. Working for the same company for as long as Willie has is even less common. It takes a dedicated, driven individual to accomplish such a feat. For Miller Transporters Company Driver Willie Hill, it’s a simple explanation as to why he’s remained with Miller since 1983. “When you work for a good company, you don’t want to leave. They have been good to me. Almost my whole career has been with Miller,” explains Willie.Read More