Lean Six Sigma Black Belt (Former Employee) – Allentown, PA – September 19, 2017
Working at Air Products was a blessing. The workplace culture was really relaxed. They had many choices for health insurances, had a fitness center on site. They made it convenient for all of your needs. I would recommend anyone work at Air Products.
Employee (Current Employee) – Palmetto, FL – September 13, 2017
There is a lack of work at Air Products. Not consistent it's either extremely busy or no work. Poor management in the office. No team work, no communication between management and staff. It's not a good environment. Upper management ignores the way staff is treated unfairly.
TANKER TRUCK DRIVER (Current Employee) – Galt, CA – September 1, 2017
upon arrival at work you must put on all your safety gear. Pick-up your equipment, proceed to load line and begin the loading process of either liquid nitrogen or oxygen. from there you go to various customers and deliver the product.
In cryogenics it seems you learn something new everyday.
Management are very fair, professional and easy to communicate with.
Great atmosphere and all the employees are very respectable and helpful.
Analytical Development Manager (Former Employee) – Dublin, OH – August 28, 2017
I thoroughly enjoyed my time at APCI. The management knew where it was headed and provided the latitude for us to get it done. Along with leadership, my peers appeared to be invested in the role they had and were passionate about the science.
Truck Driver Class A (Current Employee) – Air products – August 9, 2017
Overall a great job for truck drivers! Gets pretty repetitive but at least you know what your doing. Logistics is a pain to deal with very rude and inconsiderate about weather and traffic/ construction situations!
Truck Driver (Current Employee) – Union City, IN – August 1, 2017
I've been with the company for 3 years now. The first 6 months was probably the hardest with getting into my own routine. In that time I also became a Driver Mentor and train all new hires. Since then this has been the easiest job I have ever had. There have been ups and downs, weeks I've worked 60 plus hours and weeks I barely got 40, that is the nature of the beast, but I'm guaranteed a 40 hour check. The loads are repetitive but at least you get to know the customer and know where you are going, I average between 1200 and 1600 miles a week, with virtually no wait time for load or unload. Logistics can sometimes be stressful, however they are willing to work with you, if you need an early day and give them enough notice they try to work with you on it. For me this is a great company to work for, they offer room for advancement, it's a little harder as a driver but it is there.