Malone – Powered by Your Independence!
Over the last 85-years, we’ve been helping Owner Operators stay on the road and earn more. Because we are a 100% Independent Contractor, you can be sure that we’re focused on making your job, and your life, easier. With access to a nationwide network of field offices, top-notch management, and a solid infrastructure of flatbed services, you’ll have a valuable partner in us.
$4,000 Gross Weekly Average Earnings
There's a reason you set out to be your own boss.
- $2.00 average per loaded mile with FSC Gross to truck
- 100% pass through on fuel surcharge
- Choose your own freight
- Excellent Home Time
- Fuel Discount Program- Up to $1 per gallon
- No forced dispatch
- Twice Weekly Compensation
- Retention Bonus
Malone offers these contract highlights:
- Owner Operators make 75% of gross revenue whether or not you lease one of our trailers.
- 100% fuel surcharge to be paid to your truck
- Excellent fuel discounts.
- Average $2.15 gross per mile
- High-demand routes
- No limits on your earning potential.
Endless Mentorship & Support
It’s rare to see the level of commitment our owner operators have for our company. Our experienced contractor mentors truly care for their brothers and sisters on the road. Armed with Malone Mentor caps and a decal on their truck they provide valuable - and free - advice on load securement, pay issues, lane suggestions and profitability. All to help the next generation of flatbed owners find their own road to success.
Malone – A True Flatbed Contractor Company!
Veterans, you've served us, now let us help you get started on a new career.
Use your valuable military training to drive with Malone as an owner operator and get to being your own boss faster. Get company-sponsored training with our Expedited team and when you're ready to get going, we’ll help you find a truck and continue to support you for miles ahead. No further training required!
“Qualified applicants with arrest and conviction records will be considered pursuant to applicable federal, state, and local laws.”