The trucking industry, like in every other career field, has a wide range of positions associated with it. People thinking of the truckers themselves, the ones driving the big rigs, they don’t realize what all is involved with getting freight to its destination.
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Truck drivers are just one part of the bigger picture, though they are a very important and essential part of the overall operation.
The trucking industry has variety of levels and positions, everything from managers and administrative staff, who are responsible for the day to day operations, dispatchers, who are responsible for scheduling and often handling the logistics of the operation. Then you have the maintenance crew, who keep the equipment up and running.
Now we can’t forget the warehouse and other dock workers, who actually get the trailers loaded and ready to go. That is just a sample of the numerous positions tried to the trucking industry.
Of course we should mention all the other people whose livelihood is directly connected to this industry. They include but are not limited to service centers, truck stops, law enforcement, the highway departments, and etc.