Assembler (Former Employee) – Huntsville, AL – May 6, 2016
there's always work. long hours and standing. Have to be able to stay focus and keep up. hardest part of the job is standing for those who cant stand for a long time. Enjoyable part is meeting new people from different cultures.
SR. MANAGER (Former Employee) – Aurora, IL – April 19, 2016
typical day consisted of directing the processing of 5000 to 7500 retail and direct to consumer orders per day learned how to deal with staffing in a "temp" environment team that was built was solid and hard working
Inventory Analyst (Former Employee) – Kennesaw, GA – March 25, 2016
Cinram is a company that deals with the distribution of media for big movie studios and major video game publishers. Their clients include Hollywood movie studios and soft-media entertainment companies such as Activision, and Ubisoft.
Management is not concerned about its employees. Communication is almost always non-existent
MATERIAL HANDLER/MATERIAL CONTROL TECHNICIAN (Former Employee) – Huntsville, AL – March 5, 2016
I worked several positions, from Material handler, to Floor Coordinator on nights, to Material handler, to Material Control Technician on days. The Floor Coordinator position I was over my own department, but by myself. I received in product for production and I would put it into reserved locations, until needed for process. I would key out the product and take to the assembly lines that need it. I would order more materials when needed for the floor. The last position I held there was Material Control Technician. I worked with a team mate. We receive in material and locate it in the racks in the warehouse and keyed it in on AS400 inventory system. When needed we locate and pull to the floor for processing.
Inventory, self managing, heavy equipment experience.
Company was going down hill, because of management.
Not that fun, but doing a good job is always rewarding.
PRINT TECH OPERATOR (Former Employee) – Huntsville, AL – February 10, 2016
A typical day at cinram was running a dvd printing machine for 12 hours, with only two 15 minute breaks and 30 minute lunch. Standing all day, running around the machine and just generally trying to keep the machine running for the 12 hours. The breaks are short, the lunches go by too fast. most of the people there were easy to get along with, however the management was terrible. the most enjoyable part of the job was producing a satisfactory product. I enjoyed making the dads look as good as they could. the hardest part of the job was maintaing their procedures while keeping the machine running and multi-tasking.
Team Lead/Operator Tech (Current Employee) – Huntsville, AL – November 15, 2015
Cinram is a good company to work for. They make DVDs so I am looking for a job that is not outdated tech. As a team lead I have the responsibility to hand out job assignments, keep the machines running, and provide training to employees on the injection molding machines.
Machine Operator Technician (Former Employee) – Huntsville, AL – October 25, 2015
The work environment was pretty clean, however the staff quality was very rude most of the time and they would have you bouncing around from place to place and it's extremely hard to get any form of promotional awarding through them.
poor attitude from staff, bouncing around constantly
line lead (Former Employee) – huntsville al – September 30, 2015
fun work place with supportive management. They're all about the numbers and getting there goal each and every day. twelve hour shifts can be tiring. There are a lot of nice people. and some mean people. the hardest part of the job is lifting heavy parts up all day long,
Equipment Technician (Former Employee) – TN – June 25, 2015
Cinram is a good company to work for. Unfortunately the market for the product they make is slowing down. When I started their it was a start up for Cinram in the area. I was able to work with many contractors for the installation of new machinery.
Forklift Operator (Former Employee) – Huntsville, AL – June 24, 2015
They taught me how to drive the fork loft and made sure that I was certified. I worked there for many years so people came and went. The hardest part of the job was the pay. I wish it would have paid more