Planner/Dispatcher (Current Employee) – Commerce, CA – May 21, 2017
Not very organized management, unprofessional, and no feel of job security. Cant really trust anyone and always on the dark of whats going on. job load is unfair, and biased management, no fair punishment.
Fuel Tanker Driver (Former Employee) – Commerce, CA – November 7, 2016
I worked here for 5 months .it has to be the worst trucking company i worked for by far .they pay $21 an hour and overtime after 40 hours of work but the problem is they lost alot of accounts because of there stupidity!! You are lucky if you make overtime ,they dont have enough work here to make a decent living . Benefits suck!! Equipment suck!! Some trucks dont have ac in them .i hated those ,safety meetings were a joke,all they did was feed us lies .DO NOT WASTE YOUR TIME HERE!!!
Previous Experience (Former Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – March 2, 2016
It was a great company since the new owner took place every day is cause..50% of driver quited in two months last no incentive to keep working team management the equipment no good environmental Hostel
Driver (Former Employee) – Los angeles – July 28, 2015
The company was good when I started good overtime. The kaiser health insurance is expensive, 790 a month so there goes a big chunk of your check. The union fee is 45 which is a rip off cause they dont do anything for the drivers but take your money. If you try to speak out at the safety meeting you will probably get suspended or kick out of the meeting. There is a set start time but your truck is usually late. Dispatch does not have a clue of what they are doing and most of the time they are training new dispatchers. Guys that have been there 20 years earn 20.20 an hour and guys that have been there 20 days earn 20.20 an hour. They offer no incentive but they do have a quarterly bonus and that goes based on the hours you work so if you milk it, you get more on your check and on your bonus and noone will tell you anything. They are pretty good when it comes to giving you some personal time off. Some guys leave for months at a time so thats a good thing if you like to travel. Work is handed out by seniority. If you have low seniority you will be called at any time of day or night by dispatch and they will tell you to stay home. Some guys were taking 100 bucks for two weeks. The senior drivers will tell you that they get a lot of work cause they put in 13 hours a day while the new guys are sitting home cause there was no work for them.
No one will find out if you made a new dent or scratch on the truck
current driver (Current Employee) – LA – July 26, 2015
when i heard someone wrote that last comment, i was very upset. that guy is not a former driver, he's current driver and some people just want to bring everything down. so dont listen to him. i've been a driver for this company for over 15 years. and this company has been very good to its employees. the current ownership goes to the driver meetings to meet with us and listens to us. the owner has helped individuals in the past. that says they value us and i appreciate that. if you want to work for a family oriented company that values you then you want to work for this company.
Truck Driver (Former Employee) – San Diego, CA – July 5, 2012
Deliver gasoline. I learn how to drive a tanker, its fun and stress full. Company Management changes the rules every month. It is not a good place to work for. Management in the refineries will change the rules to. Hardest part of your job was that they were always trying to punish you for the most stupid reason so you will not get your bonus even you have been doing a great job. The most enjoyable part of the jobs was when they would just let you do your job.