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Continental Express, Inc. is a privately-owned, truckload carrier and full-service logistics company that specializes in the transport of temperature-controlled and dedicated-route freight. Founded 30+ years ago by an entrepreneur with only six trucks and a vision for dependable service, our company is now a leading carrier across the entire U.S. and into Canada. Flexible to fit your needs; committed to dependable service.

Terminal Locations & Service Area

Servicing all 48 States in the Continental United States

OTR & Regional

“Continental Express is a company that helps you make a paycheck and gives you all the benefits to take care of your family and your needs.”


Dedicated & Local

Team Drivers

“We couldn’t ask for a better C/O who goes out of his way to make sure his drivers are getting home.”


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Start Your Driving Career

Gain an excellent salary with exceptional benefits. Apply today through our online application center.

How much does a truck driver make? At Continental Express, upwards of $117K a year.

Interested in a career in trucking in 2023? Here’s a glimpse of how much a truck driver makes at Continental Express.

Wreaths Across America 2022

Continental Express delivers wreaths for Wreaths Across America from Maine to Ohio as a member of the 2022 Honor Fleet

A Soldier’s Legacy Heads Over the Road

Continental Express Fleet of Heroes driver Rick Brown shares the story of a fallen veteran who’s memory lives on in his truck