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Southeastern Freight Lines is currently hiring Drivers at our Oklahoma City location. What We Offer: – Superior Pay – Excellent Benefits after only 30 days – Clean, Maintained Equipment – Monday-Friday – Home Every Night Responsibilities: – Pick up & deliver freight efficiently & productively – Handle freight without damage – Maintain good customer relations & to solicit new freight – Operate equi...
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