The writing is on the wall. Enterprise and kag employees see it. Kag management spent 2 weeks in Houston in negotiations with enterprise products . terminal managers have been leaving in droves. The terminal managers they hired to replace have either no experience in the trucking industry or are straight out of college. Kag has been mismanaging this sector of there business. They are in overdrive of devaluing the spg group causing owner ops and company drivers to leaving in droves. No new drivers have been coming on but they are average 2-6 drivers a week leaving the company. Its sad to say but seems there ideals of putting drivers first is a lie and is just another line of crap.
my dad was laid off in this wave.
he moved on and retired this year.
i wish you all the best.