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128 Reviews
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Jeff Lunt
· February 10, 2018
The Training program was fantastic. I just completed my 4 week program in Appleton Wisconsin. The instructors were great and they treated me with the utmost respect. The only thing that I wish would h...ave been different was getting us the skid pad training. I felt welcomed and right at home during my training. The hotel that I stayed at was top notch and very close to the training site and the terminal. I went from not knowing how to drive a semi to feeling really comfortable behind the wheel really quick. I had a lot of instructors either from Roehl or Fox Valley Tech. Everyone was on the same page and all were polite and If you asked a question and they didn't know the answer they went out and got the answer for you. They never left me high and dry. Yes I passed my CDL and I am home waiting for all paperwork to go to my DMV here in NY I am hoping to be out with my OTR training phase really soon. See More
Sadie Ellis
· January 24, 2018
These guys and gals treat you like you are a person. They care about your needs and wants and often try to accommodate you for those. I feel more at home here than I have ever felt with any other comp...any. Great managers, good miles, good hometime, decent pay, diversity is welcomed here. You do your job you get left alone for the most part. I recommend this company to anyone who can get on here. See More
Richard Pilon
· November 18, 2017
Up until 2 days ago I would have given a 5 star review. Is it just Roehl or does every company throw their drivers out of their trucks and abandon them hundreds of miles from their home because of a c...ompany violation? Their "cornerstone values" were thrown out the window when they lied to me about getting me a room for the night and transportation back to my home state. I was left out in the cold hundreds of miles from home and had to find my own way back.

I don't care how severe the company violation is, you don't abandon an employee who did nothing but good for your company. Just goes to show how much they actually care about their values and their employees.
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Lucas Heart
· September 20, 2017
I've been very fortunate to work for Roehl. When I started with the company, our marketing efforts were still quite traditional, so I've been exposed to all sorts of ways to share the positives about ...this company. Roehl is not like other trucking companies. We're family-owned and our leader is a driver and our CEO, and he's actively involved in the business, which is refreshing. Plus, our company lives by our values, and that is not just lip-service; Roehl is a safe carrier that helps people achieve their person and professional goals. See More
Matt Howarth
· September 16, 2017
Roehl now uses driver facing cameras in all their trucks. When triggered these cameras record 20 seconds of video and audio. Triggering events are not limited to hard braking events and turns. The... cameras are also triggered by a following distance of less then 4 seconds and a built in lane sensor that will go off anytime your tire goes on or past a white line, including construction zones. Had I known the Roehl would be using driver facing cameras in all their trucks it would've directly affected my decision to work for them. At least you can make an informed decision.


Roehl has amended their policy. All trucks are still equipped with both forward facing/driver cameras, but now after completing 50,000 solo miles safely you're eligible to have the driver facing camera turned off. I think that's a great compromise.
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James Sparks
· December 26, 2017
It’s great driving for a company like Roehl transport they put my tractor in the shop overnight so launching out this morning was easy ( it was-13 this morning),probably saved me an hour of idling to ...get truck up to temp before driving 🎩 off to Steve and the gang in maintenance ☺️ See More
Buddy Scott
· January 8, 2018
Always willing to work with me around my needs and being my first time driving a big rig it was a smooth sailing start to finish for my CDL. Almost 6 months Solo and have not once been treated poorly the office staff. Remember you get what you put into it, if you expect to manage your time poorly and turn around to write a negative review on the internet because you weren’t making money that’s on you and not the company you work for. Enjoying my time here with Roehl and thankful for the opportunity to travel places I probably wouldn’t have ever seen otherwise. 5/5 See More
Ed Shaughnessy
· November 21, 2017
The company is nothing but b.s. u can get abandonment if u leave the truck but yet u can't get them for doing it to U I would never ever in my life time refer any to them I rather see them work for sw...ift. Before this poor excuse for a company pay sucks u pay for ezpass the company I'm with now pays I pay nothing toward the ez pass and pay checks are way bigger a week and I'm home Fridays and back out Mon not after my 34 he is up and don't push u to get loads don't plan on going up in the company ur pay goes up but ur miles go down trust me they will screw u any chance u get have a lot of friends that use to work here will frame the same thing See More
Andrea Tucker
· February 12, 2018
Kudos to the Maintenance crew at the Gary terminal. True leadership knows to set the example, not simply assign tasks. Both the Terminal Maintenance Manager, Jason, and the Night Shift Manager, Jamie,... along with several of their Maintenance crew, spent hours on Sunday plowing and removing snow and pulling out trucks for drivers who were stuck. They are hands-on members of TeamRoehl helping to ensure success for the team. See More
Joseph J. Gaworecki Jr
· October 26, 2017
If I could give no stars I would. Do not work for these people. They are unwilling to help you at all. Especially if you are new to the industry. Worst decision I have ever made was trying to work wit...h their recruiters. I hope that this will save someone else the heartache that they have caused me. See More
Kolby Oliver
· January 5, 2018
Company waisted my time! I waited for a trainer for 3 weeks they gave me a rental car home saying they are going to get me a trainer from Atlanta then wanted me to drive back 12 hrs to Indiana the nex...t day because they couldn’t get a trainer once again. The one trainer i did get had to be home in 2 days.This is just my experience yours may have been better! See More
Michael Holt
· November 7, 2017
I am going to be honest and really not a company man just a driver.

First your performance rating is affected by the amount of time you go home. I know and have been in the top ten for almost two now. What this means is you are limited by home time so consider it. In order to get longer runs in different areas you need to stay out longer. I have driven in every state except Alaska and waiting for that load. Remember the planners are working to keep you able to go home and for national sometimes we get sent where there is a shortage at times. I could go to California but they won’t send me if I cannot stay out there a little. Everything has an effect on your miles out here. How you manage your time, amount of time you spend away from home and how you plan your loads for driving.

Second, Roehl is overly concerned with safety which is good at times but means the safety department and the company will be aggressive in anything safety related. This means systems, logs, trucks and you. Roehl will micro manage and set up systems to ensure they stay ahead of safety. This will or can be confusing at times because so far this year I have had a few issues where I considered my load or condition unsafe but Roehl took profit over my safety. See we have managers on weekends that change things or do things that might be silly or downright stupid and this can cause issues. My recommendation is draw your feet in the sand and refuse to do anything unsafe ever. Keep escalating it up and if you get in trouble remember that safety is number one and eventually someone will agree. Of course your performance will be effected again.

Three all of these new systems will have bugs and issues and nothing will ever totally work correctly. That is just something with modern technology. Don’t put any faith into any system have back ups and take the time to learn everything so you know how to back it up.

Four don’t trust departments to look out for your best interest because they are not there to do that. They look out for the owners and their own performance metrics. See we all have metrics and it is these metrics that work against us and for the company. Missed or late delivery takes away points which takes away money. Everything has an effect on your pay here and the same goes for the other departments. You get the idea.

Fifth thing is i hear the commercials about earning 70,000 a year and good luck at that. I do but I stay out for months at a time to maintain it. It would be interesting to see how many company drivers actually earn this type of pay. Realistically I would say 50,000 to 60 if you work smart and have people at home. This is still good pay but remember healthcare, and the expenses of the family so you might not be a king yet.

Overall it is like most companies in that they try but have to depend on staff and people to do what the company imagines would be good. The staff might be underpaid or just be overwhelmed by the amount of work or trouble. Find the people who still care and make friends. Find the managers who you can relate to and make friends. Make friends with the janitors, mechanics, and ask questions. Learn the systems and expect change because it is going to happen.

This is my review and advice because it is my experience so far.
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Cody Brands
· February 9, 2018
Just had one of your driver in Tractor 7420 help watch me do a blindside back in Michigan. I said thanks for the help but wanted to let you all know that's a good driver. Thank You
Jim Southern
· March 10, 2018
Just did orientation here in Gary. Loved the facilities and all equipment is so top notch. The people in orientation were really great and helped out anyway they could!!
Cody Sharpe
· December 19, 2017
Since they blocked my main FB, figures I would use my back up....If you are thinking of working here, don’t! They treat their employees like shit, they micromanage you every step of the way, they allo...w harassment in the work place, they will lie, cheat, and steal from you! They claim to have cornerstones but it is all a joke. See More
Brandon Younglove
· January 25, 2018
I enjoy working for roehl’s Great Lakes regional flatbed. Roehl itself is very respectful to the drivers. Funeral, you get home ASAP. Truck without heat, get fixed if not hotel is provided. Need a...nything just ask and they’ll try everything possible to make it happen. See More
Joshua Westergard
· December 17, 2017
(Currently going through the Roehl GYCDL program)

I’ve honestly never thought I would find a company to work for, that respects and cares for their employees. That was until I found Roehl! I’m curren...tly in Phase Two of their training, and I’ve got no complaints. Even when I least expect it, Roehl goes above and beyond the bare minimum. See More
Chris Kirkland
· February 13, 2018
Truck 8067 is a professional! I commended him for doing a proper safety check on his load this morning. I didn’t get his name but he is what makes a great driver! 2/13/18
Curtis Rogers
· February 2, 2018
Roehl transport is at great company . They treat you like a person not a number . I really enjoy working here at roehl.
Jose A Castro
· February 23, 2018
One month with Roehl as a experienced driver and love it so far. Guys in Conley terminal make you feel like family.
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