Rotomold operation to produce quality plastic parts
rotomold operator (Current Employee) – Englewood, CO – April 30, 2016
My average day consist of tearing apart molds and refilling with plastic powder. We use overhead cranes, and power tools to demold and insert metal nuts which then rotates in a furnace. with a crew of 6 were able to prepare the plastic material, rotate the molds that are on the machine, and trim the finished product.
The part that can be the most challenging is the fast pace you need to maintain no matter how complex the mold arrangement is or the various problems that can come up. When the plastic sticks to aluminum, or when theirs contamination in the plastic. Even with these problems the best part of the job is how efficiently all my coworkers help each other. Through everyone's professionalism, proactive work ethic, and attention to details we produce a large amount of quality products.
Thank you for reading my overview of the karcher company. I hope to hear from you and further grow in the welding industry.
consistant, clear directions, and professional management
warehouse (Current Employee) – Blackwood, NJ – January 25, 2016
There are amazing people at this company then there's just people. There is no room for advancement unless you know the right person but that can be said about any company. If your looking for steady and constant work this is the job for you, If not please don't bother. They promise raises and merit pay than don't deliver. Overall I would say the company has a bright future if there are small changes, but like I said its hit or miss
Buyer II (Former Employee) – Camas, WA – January 9, 2016
not a bad place to work - many fun employees - not very good at inventory management. purchasing was always an hysterical rush to avoid line down shortages but needed to buy minimum quantities to avoid too much inventory
Field Service Tech (Current Employee) – Blackwood, New Jersey – February 2, 2015
This is a great company as a whole, but lacks leadership. The staff is not backed by their supervisors. The need a better inventory computer system as well as a better system for Service Techs. They do go through a lot of people.
Karcher is a fast paced work place with great employeys/Manigment.
Material Handler/Forklift Operator (Former Employee) – Camas, WA – February 20, 2014
I really got along and worked well with my Management and co-workers at Karcher. They made the job a fun and enjoyable work place. Most of my day was running pick lists for assembly lines then filling orders using fork trucks or a picker lift. the only hard part was when running out of parts and assembly lines would fall behind.
Overall a good place to work with great job security.
great people who cear about each other and go the extra mile.
feild service tech (Former Employee) – georgia – January 21, 2014
Worked as a field service tech for nine years.very low yearly pay increases.expected to do extra work off the clock.very bad managers who will toss you under the bus to cover there incompetense.very bad dispatchers who make mistakes and blame techs for there mistakes.part of karcher north america but techserv has no support from karcher.
bad branch managers, expected to do work off the clock.no service sales people