Announcing Launch of Initial Public Offering

Chattanooga, TN (June 4, 2018) – U.S. Xpress Enterprises, Inc. (“U.S. Xpress” or the “Company”) today announced the launch of its initial public offering of 18,056,000 shares of its Class A common stock. The initial public offering price is expected to be between $18.00 and $20.00 per share. U.S. Xpress is issuing and selling up to 16,668,000 shares and the selling stockholders named in the registration statement are selling up to 1,388,000 shares. U.S. Xpress will not receive any proceeds from the sale of shares by the selling stockholders. The Company’s Class A common stock has been approved for listing on the New York Stock Exchange under the symbol “USX,” subject to official notice of issuance.

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Announcing Our New 68 MPH Top Speed

Drivers told us they’d feel safer if they could travel at a legal speed faster than 65 MPH. We heard you, and we’re pleased to offer our new top speed to all US Xpress drivers! Now, you’ll have additional flexibility in determining the right speed for road conditions.

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24 Comments

  1. Jimmy Lowery

    Do you have a rider policy

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    • Jacob Brakes

      Hey Jimmy, the rider has to be an adult or a biological child over 10 years of age. Also, insurance has to be taken out on the rider. Give them a call at 706-673-1337 to learn the details.

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  2. Anonymous

    work schedule

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  3. Tom

    What do most of the trucks have…APU or EPU? or Neither?

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    • Jacob Brakes

      Most of the trucks that they are rolling in (maybe 2015 and above) have APU’s.

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      • Greg

        Do the drivers pick their own routes and fuel stops with in the network? Or are they told routes and stops?

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        • Jacob Brakes

          Hey Greg, they do provide required fuel routes through the DriverTech inside the truck. Usually Loves or Flying J’s.

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  4. tammy

    Do you have passenger program for teams?

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    • Jacob Brakes

      Hey there Tammy, they have MAX MATCH to make it easy to find a teammate if that is what you are looking for.
      You can find that here: http://www.usxjobs.com/team-match/

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  5. TERRY A BATES

    how long are the solo otr drivers out at a time

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    • Jacob Brakes

      It does vary, but on average you would stay out between 2-3 weeks at a time.

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  6. luis santana

    Hello Sir
    Just want to know went the Nikola One truck will be available on the Leasing program.

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    • Jacob Brakes

      It will be 4 to 5 years before they are road ready enough to test drive. So getting them in mass production and ready to lease will be some time after that.

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  7. Stanley

    If solo do you have take home truck? How long are you out with trainer if you have CDL?

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    • U.S. Xpress

      As a Solo Driver you to leave the Tractor at your terminal and then make your way home from there. 175 behind the wheel hours training for most students.

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  8. Billy

    Do you get any kind of pay while in training? If I quit my job, I am going to have some kind of income to keep my bills caught up until I start rolling

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    • Jacob Brakes

      You get paid $70 a day while you are training, Billy.

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  9. John Lentz

    How is the freight on I-95 in FL? I live in Brevard County, the area they refer to as the Space Coast. I noticed what I think is a drop yard off route 1 in Sebastian. Any info about this?

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  10. Steve Ward

    I am a little confused. Your tuition reimbursement program. Do I have to have my license before entering this program. Or does US Express help while I am receiving my CDL training? Is US Express going over to automatics as other companies have done?

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    • US Xpress

      Hi Steve, one of our recruiters will be happy to talk to you about the details of our tuition reimbursement. Please give them a call at 866-614-9675 to see what we can do for you.

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  11. farhan

    your company locations plz where i can get CDL a class license

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    • US Xpress

      Hi Farhan, we have various locations and we have many training locations. Give one of our recruiters a call at 866-614-9675 to see what we opportunities we have near you.

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  12. Jeff

    Are the tractors in the fleet standard or automatic. I’m going to be in a day cab truck and was just wondering

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