KSM Carrier Group offers our drivers industry leading pay, benefits and consistent miles. Each year, our drivers deliver countless loads of merchandise different locations across the nationwide—all while remaining one of the largest and safest fleets on the road.

We Service 48 States
Dry Van or Refeer
Loads of Freight Every Year

KSM Carrier Group operates behind the scenes, managing critical fleet, transportation and supply chain functions.

KSM Carrier Group is an asset based, family owned and operated business servicing all 48 States. Headquartered in one of the most renowned transportation hubs in the US. When you choose KSM Carrier Group, you get access to industry-leading technology, one of North America’s largest fleet of trucks, an expansive infrastructure of maintenance facilities and warehouses, and some of the most talented people in the industry. KSM Carrier Group is committed to providing our clients safe, fast and high-quality transportation services. Our freight team has the skill and experience to make sure that your shipment arrives at it’s location safe, intact and on time.


We offer our people work to challenge them, development opportunities and resources to support them, earnings to reward their efforts, and room to spread their wings. And above all, we want to make sure our people are as safe and sound when they return home as they are when they arrive for work.

Our Mission

At KSM Carrier Group, our mission is to provide innovative supply chain and fleet solutions that are reliable, safe and efficient, enabling our customers to deliver on their promises..


At KSM Carrier Group, our vision is to bring compelling value through outsourcing. We will be the safest, most diverse, and most profitable industrial driving company, providing excellent service to our customers.



We STRONGLY believe that SAFETY comes first. Wherever you drive and for whatever reason you drive, you need to know about Safely Drive. Because it’s not just a workplace campaign—it’s a campaign to make roads safer for everyone. Often those involved in fatal collisions are employees on the job. They’re also mothers, fathers, husbands, wives, and so on. Regardless, everyone benefits from safer roads, whether it’s your job to be on them, or not.

Here are some steps you can take to prevent driving while impaired:
  • Avoid drinking ANY alcohol if you plan to drive
  • Actively pay attention to your actions and those of the drivers around you when you are driving.
  • Don’t make the mistake of assuming that other drivers are going to do or what you think they should do.
  • While you can’t depend on others always signaling their intentions when driving, you can certainly control whether or not they have realistic expectations for your actions. Always use your turn signals in advance of making a lane change or turning.
  • Wearing your seat belt is an essential safety tip for drivers. Not only are you more likely to get injured in an accident if you aren’t wearing a seat belt, you can also be fined for failing to do so.
  • Pay close attention to and obey stop signs and traffic lights.
  • When driving, it’s important to stick to the posted speed limit at all times. The restrictions placed on vehicle speed are not established arbitrarily. Rather, they are carefully selected to maximize safety for drivers and for individuals in the homes, businesses, and other organizations in the areas where roadways are located.
  • When the weather is less than perfect, such as rainy, snowy, or foggy conditions, use extra precautions when driving and follow guidelines for staying safe in the particular situation you are facing.
  • Headlights aren’t just necessary at night. When you are driving in the rain or fog, turning on your headlights can play an important role in keeping you – and those around you – safe on the road.
  • Remember that you are not the only driver on the road. An important safety trip that everyone needs to follow is the need to share the road with others graciously, recognizing that all drivers deserve to be treated with respect.
  • Take care to ensure that your automobile stays in good working condition. This includes keeping fluids topped off, performing schedule engine maintenance, making certain tires have plenty of air, and ensuring that the vehicle’s exterior lights are functional at all times.


We seek talented & trusty people with the right attitude, add skills along the way, and grow together in a culture of inclusion and respect for every individual in the company. We offer our people work to challenge them, development opportunities and resources to support them, earnings to reward their efforts, and room to spread their wings. And above all, we want to make sure our people are as safe and sound when they return home as they are when they arrive for work.

We have asked truck drivers from different carriers about why they are happy or unhappy with their companies. The results were eye opening. We heard a lot of complaints about companies not following through – whether it be about rewards packages or getting home at a certain time. Some issues such as type of load, may not be important to the office staff, but can be really frustrating for drivers. It’s important to remember that building trust is hard but losing trust can only take one wrong action. This is easy and important when it comes to retaining drivers. We came to the conclusion that one of the major causes of unhappiness is the lack of trust drivers feel with management and dispatchers.


Do you want to be your own leader. Our owner operator program is giving you the chance to become the leader. An owner-operator is a small business owner who typically also runs the day-to-day operations of the company. With KSM Carrier Group, you can grow your business on your own terms. You choose the loads that meet your business needs. You go home when you want and head back out when you’re ready, plus with KSM Carrier Group’s percentage pay, as rates go up, so do your settlements.

we are dedicated to helping Owner Operators find better over the road truck driving jobs nationwide. To become a leader you need to have these requirements:
  • Ability to read and understand a map.
  • Ability to perform physical requirements of the job (prolonged physical exertions, including but not limited to: sitting, reaching, pushing, pulling, climbing and lifting).
  • Excellent truck driving/maneuvering skills.
  • Ability to drive truck with a manual transmission.
  • General knowledge of mechanics of trucks.
  • Legally eligible to work in the United States.


The Best Driver award, is an annual award honoring the achievements. The Best Driver, has been presented annually to the driver adjudged to have performed the best in a given calendar year. The winner has been chosen by performance of the year.

The vision of this award is to building a conscious generation awareness of the importance of adhering to traffic rules to achieve traffic safety.

The mission of this award is to raising the spirit of competition between drivers in order to raise commitment regulations and the rules of traffic safety to reduce traffic accidents.

Award Objectives
  • Stimulating and encouraging vehicles drivers to comply with traffic regulations and protect them.
  • Motivating drivers and raising their efficiency to reduce traffic accidents.
  • The provision of a safe traffic environment, safety and back interest on the members of the community.
  • Encouraging drivers to comply with irregular speeds and the use of seat belts.
  • Motivating young people to exemplary leadership and spreading the spirit of competition among them.
  • Instilling the concept of the culture and practicing of traffic safety among members of the drivers community to making it a top priority.


KSM Carrier Group changed my life by giving me more set when I’m gonna be home to spend more time with my family with my kids.They listen to everything because they actually care about the drivers and that to me is the most important thing. I came to KSM Carrier Group because i believed in what there dream was for the company to be and they have gone beyond any company i have been to in my career.
Jimmy C.
Jimmy C.
KSM Carrier Group - Contractor
Whats really great about this company is the people working here from the president to safety director maintenance, accounting they are very likable peopleand in this industry thats tough to find.The company pays better than average and you have less dispatchers to talk to. They now u by name not just number and they do treat you like family.
Roy P.
Roy P.
KSM Carrier Group - Contractor


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