The Benefits of Driving Locally over OTR

J&M's Focus on Local Jobs

At J&M Tank Lines, Inc., nearly 85% of our jobs are local. We strive to provide an environment where our drivers are home each night with their families -- no long, OTR trips that require you to be gone for weeks at a time. The other 15% of our jobs we consider OTR “lite,” where our drivers will be gone 3-4 days a week.

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Seeking High-Caliber Drivers: J&M’s Standard of Hiring Excellence

J&M Tank Lines, Inc.: Hiring the Best Drivers for 70 Years

At J&M Tank Lines, Inc., our starting point is excellence. We recruit some of the most highly qualified truck drivers for our jobs, so our clients know that their job is handled effectively and efficiently.

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What Sets J&M Apart from Other Competitors

J&M: A Leader in Dry Bulk Transportation and Truck Driving


For 70 years, J&M Tank Lines, Inc. has been the premier bulk trucking and commercial truck driving leader in the Southeast with terminals in Alabama, Georgia, Indiana, Maryland, South Carolina and Texas.


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J&M Tank Lines, Inc. To Donate Transportation Services for 2018 Wreaths Across America

This holiday season, J&M Tank Lines, Inc. is giving back in a new way. Through a sponsorship with Wreaths Across America, J&M is donating transportation services to deliver a shipment of wreaths to nine cemeteries in Florida in anticipation of National Wreaths Across America Day.

On December 15, Wreaths Across America, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, coordinates National Wreaths Across America Day, a day to honor fallen veterans through organized wreath-laying ceremonies at Arlington National Cemetery, as well as 1,400 additional locations nationwide, at sea and abroad.


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Accident Anatomy

Dave Edmondson, J&M Tank Lines and incoming Tank Truck Safety & Security Council chairman, presented a plaque to Candi Coate, K-Limited Carrier Ltd, in appreciation for her service as Tank Truck Safety & Security Council chairwoman for the past year.


Zero Distractions

And here’s a good statistic for starters – texting’s almost 2½ times more dangerous than drunk driving, according to statistics gleaned from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA).