Ohio Trucking Association Offers To Help Former Falcon Transport Drivers Find New Jobs

Columbus, Ohio – The Ohio Trucking Association (OTA) is offering to help former Falcon Transport Co. drivers find new employment.

In the wake of the abrupt closure of the Youngstown, Ohio-based carrier, OTA has set up a system to help disaffected drivers find new jobs.

In an announcement, OTA said, “members began asking the association how they could help those drivers previously employed by Falcon Transport.”

 

OTA is asking impacted drivers to complete a brief “Driver Information Request.”

OTA said, “By giving the association your contact information, commercial driving background, and relevant experience, we can help you reach over 815 organizations that will have access to this information via the private OTA membership Info Hub. These organizations will then have the opportunity to reach out to you should they wish to further discuss your qualifications.”


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OTA officials said the form will be available through Tuesday, May 14.

 

Further, OTA thanked these drivers for their “dedication to this industry.”

Click HERE to access and fill out the request.

 


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