As the U.S. continues to feel the pain from supply chain disruptions, companies nationwide are stepping up their incentives to attract new truck drivers, including six-figure salaries and sign-on bonuses.

H&M Intermodal Services, which transports containers to and from marine terminals, rail ramps and distribution centers across the Northeast, is offering truck drivers up to $5,000 per week, or $260,000 per year, along with a $3,000 sign-on bonus. Meanwhile, Sysco, the world’s largest broadline food distributor, is offering salaries of up to $110,000 per year along with a $15,000 sign-on bonus.

The American Trucking Association estimates that the U.S. is facing a shortage of approximately 80,000 truck drivers.

Harbor Trucking Association CEO Matt Schrap, who oversees drivers at the ports of Los Angeles, Long Beach and Oakland, California; and Seattle and Tacoma, Washington, told FOX Business that they’ve become a hot commodity amid the nation’s surge in import volume.

“If you have a commercial driver’s license and if you have experience and are able to operate a heavy-duty vehicle safely, like you are in demand no matter what, because you need drivers.” Schrap said.