Mail Carriers Inc
Hauling bulk mail for over 20 years
in the Pacific Northwest and Southern California
Oregon, Washington, and California
Multiple Sized Trucks
Trucks with 14ft to 53ft capacities
Certified and courteous drivers
Want to Be Come a Driver?
No Contract Too Big Or Too Small
Here at Mail Carriers Inc. We provide the right equipment for your logistics needs. We also provide a friendly, efficient and professional team of drivers tailored to suit what you need per contract. We have been hauling Bulk Mail for USPS in Oregon, Washington and California for over 20 years. Before that we operated all over the continental United States as an Interstate Logistics Company.
We know trucking! We have the knowledge to get the job done no matter what it takes. We have the right equipment to safely transport whatever you need along city streets, Highways and by ways. Our record with The FMCSA and DOT is exemplary. We have worked very hard for this regard and aim to keep it that way.
Looking For Employment?
We’ve Been Hauling For Over 20 Years
Call if You Have Any Questions:
We are always looking for skilled and professional drivers
Here are some FAQ’s from past drivers.
If you’re interested in employment as a driver, please click the button below to fill out our driver’s questionnaire.
What is your pay rate for drivers?
Pay rates are determined by structure and location of contract. We usually follow the Federal Wage determination if it’s with the post office. If not then we would find out the current average pay rates for the contract location.
What are the benefits for drivers?
- 10 paid holidays
- Merit-based annual bonuses
- Paid vacation
- 1 week after 1 year
- 2 weeks after 2 years
- 10 years- three weeks
- Health and welfare payments, $5.03/hour up to 40 hours weekly into a SEP Retirement account
What route schedules are available?
Route Schedules are determined by what we need at any given time.
Where do drivers operate from (yard location, office location, etc)?
When do drivers get paid?
Bi-Weekly: 1st and 15th
Do drivers have to load and unload the trucks?
Yes, in Oregon and Washington. No, in California.