As Supply Chains Recover From Pandemic - Freight Expected to Increase.
Many of the supply chains are beginning to recover from the pandemic. As the flow of goods increases, the need for long haul drivers will increase as well.
It is expected that freight in the US will grow at a robust annual rate of 6% in 2021. Some of that demand is driven by the increase in e-commerce as many households decided to have items shipped to them during the pandemic rather than venture out to stores. A bigger factor is the overall recovery of the economy as a society wakes up from lock downs and other restrictions.
The trucking industry will need to hire more drivers to meet demand. Currently, the transport industry has a shortage of drivers which is driving up wages. This is good news for students of First Class Training Centre as graduates are being snapped up quickly by companies hungry to meet increasing freight demands.
If you are considering a career as a big rig driver, the best path to a career is through First Class Training Centre. First Class has been open for business in Winnipeg, Brandon and Thompson throughout the pandemic and continues to safely train a new workforce for the supply chain. Your 244 hour investment is all it will take for doors to open for you to make a meaningful career change. As the best educator for Class 1 and Class 3 training in Manitoba, First Class Training is recognized in the transport industry as the best provider of well trained and road ready drivers for their fleets.
Take advantage of the industry driving shortage. Become a professional driver. Contact us today to learn more.