Cnc/ Machinist (Former Employee), Conroe, Tx – December 12, 2014
A typical day at work for my job duty was heating up metal with a torture and the bending it on the Hot Bender. I learned how to work cmc machines. I was surrounded by very positive co workers. The hardest part about the job is having to keep earplugs in your ear all day.
A typical day at work was chaos working with un professional employees. I learned that this is not the company i want to further my career with. Poorly managed. In experienced co-workers. Nothing was hard about the job. Nothing enjoyable about the job.
overall great experience to be a part of such company which help me to put one step forward in my long journey.
Project & Production Engineer (Current Employee), pune – March 18, 2014
It's all about fabrication of sheets ,welding as per demand .I have learnt there, how to order inventory in a best economical way. marketing survey is the hardest part of the job.Management is good ,friendly but at the same time very harsh toward job completion in time.After completion and dispatching of order one small party has arranged in order to – more... make their employees happy and feels them that ,they have done a markable job.. – less
Boilermaker/Welder (Former Employee), Dandenong, VIC – October 3, 2013
Cons: no overtime offered
It is a good company to work for - I had good relations with management and co-workers. I just felt I was underpaid for my qualifications and there was no overtime offered for well over a year - my reasons for leaving is for job security.