How to Become an Independent Driver

Managing the demands of logistics is crucial for all time-critical deliverable services. Ensuring that all packages arrive at their destinations on time is of the utmost of importance. Airspace Technologies takes a great deal of pride in providing the absolute best services to all of its customers. Assisting in the process of making all of this entirely possible are the drivers who are chosen to work with us in our mission. They provide the components of the major factors in the process. From the pickups of shipments from the airports, to their deliveries to their final destinations, our drivers are valued members of our team. Becoming an independent driver could prove to be a rewarding career for the right person.

Make a Difference

Seriously, our shipments matter. Many of our clients are in the medical field. We also work with clients who depend on timely deliverables in order to avoid additional production cost due to delays. From organs to aircraft parts, we ship it. No matter what you are delivering, it is extremely important to both of us and our users. You have the chance to make a real impact and a difference in someone’s life everyday. By becoming an independent driver with Airspace Technologies, you can always take pride in your work.

Use Your Own Vehicle

No matter what type or size of vehicle you have, our system will perform the research and select the appropriate vehicle for the package being shipped. These are the types of delivery vehicles that we work with:

Sedan/Hatchback - A 2 or 4 door car with a cargo area capable of carrying parcels that range in size from 1 to 4 cubic feet and weighing up to 50 lbs.

Cargo Van - A van designed for the specific use of transporting goods without rear seats. A cargo van is capable of transporting shipments weighing 50 lbs and up.

Sprinter Vans - A cargo van with an especially high ceiling in the cargo hold allowing for transport of larger, bulkier packages.

Box Truck 16ft. - A commercial vehicle comprised of a tractor or van cab attached to a 16ft. cargo box with a roll up door. Box trucks range in weight from 12,500 lbs to 33,000 lbs gross vehicle weight rating (GVWR) and are generally used for the transportation of larger, heavier cargo.

Box Truck 24ft. - A commercial vehicle comprised of a tractor or van cab attached to a 24ft. cargo box with a roll up door. Box trucks range in weight from 12,500 lbs to 33,000 lbs gross vehicle weight rating (GVWR) and are generally used for the transportation of larger, heavier cargo.

Work When You Want

Airspace will provide jobs for all of our drivers around the clock. No matter when you feel like working, we have the demand. Work as much as you want, when you want. You control your own schedule.

Sound interesting? We know that it does. 

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