Warehouse /Production Supervisor (Former Employee) – La Porte, TX – December 11, 2015
Longs days at work, Leaned how to be better at the workplace, management has a lot to learn as to them bringing people in from belgin to run the terminal, working with people was a real good experience.
Trainee (Current Employee) – La Porte, TX – August 17, 2016
When I first started working here I thought it was a great company. They go out of their way to appear legit on the outside however after 2 years of working here I see that this company is no longer for me. They do not value their employees whatsoever, there is never any positive feedback, and not only do the floor level employees not value the company, but neither do the managers. There is no room for growth and even if there was it is for such low salary that you wouldn't want the extra responsibility. I feel like this company could be great but the training (or lack thereof), leadership and moral is so low that it cannot be fixed. I hear people don't last very long and now I see why.
Free insurance, flexible PTO, large company
Horrible pay. No growth. No training. Poor management.
Forklift Operator / Machine packer Operator (Former Employee) – La Porte, TX – May 26, 2015
typical day consisted of cleaning the machine before and after every shift, making sure the printer was correct. checking the palletizer and shrink-wrap machines to make sure their functioning properly. all conveyors and scales as well. monitor air pressure levels every hour to ensure maximum production and safety.
Low pay and poor job training unless you are lucky and get a strong lead
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – La Porte, TX – February 19, 2015
Poor management there is nothing but favoritism and the rest are left to fend for themselves. Unreasonable salary and all around bad attitudes with nothing but drama and backstabbing this is a horrible company to work for.
Operator (Current Employee) – La Porte, TX – December 12, 2014
Started here as an entry level operator with a Process Technology degree and due to the quality of people hired there, knew more than most of the existing staff in the door. Katoen Natie's pay rate is horrible and the employees they hire reflect this. With nowhere to advance in payscale most employees seek other employment after becoming well trained in the unit procedures.
Forklift Operator (Former Employee) – texas – June 26, 2014
Management played favorites and was not in touch with their employees. Even the owner of the company was arrogant and rude. Employees are treated horribly there unless you were a few of the chosen few that had managed to have survived from the beginning. Employees come and go continuously there.
fast pace working environment with a lot of learning opportunities
general laborer/Shipping & nReceiving (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – April 2, 2014
shipping and receiving was a very good learning experience for me. I would pick paper find the shipments for the morning and proceed to find others for the day. after lunch do the same and also help out the repack crew with the bagging and re sacking. Management was a major help any time I needed supplies from ppe to correct paper work they were there to help even got hands dirty and helped with repacking when we were backed up in shipping and receiving and weren't able to lend a hand.
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – La Porte, TX – January 22, 2014
when you work for this company, you are just another person to them. most managers have their "favorite" leads, and show favortism twards them only. most of the workers there are just working there until they can find something else. hardest part of the job was dealing with the immature co workers and being subjected to harsh wrok enviornments. the most enjoyable part of the day was getting to go home.
CSR/Domestic Trucking dispatch (Former Employee) – La Porte, TX – January 18, 2014
A typical day at work contained so many rumors/cattiness and immaturity plus a lack of team work. Management did not seem to be present when they needed to be yet involved themselves in ways that were less productive than I believe they wanted to be. Though I got along with many of my coworkers and even those on other "teams" (we worked in a multi customer environment where all reps of each customer were in the same office. There were a couple of those on mine and another team that were not friendly or supportive or team players. The rumor mill/gossip/backstabbing environment was not productive and was the hardest part of the job. The most enjoyable part of my job was the actual work I did :) The rapport with most of my co workers and outside team members and with our customers/drivers was very good. I enjoyed dispatching trucks though the long hours working alone was difficult for family time. I enjoyed working with our customer/s and with the companies I had to work with to get my job completed each day. I enjoyed the company parties and social aspects of this job on the outside and I enjoyed a good relationship with our HR rep.
Company christmas party, safety days, customer relations
a couple of co workers, and late late hours working alone when my team members would leave to go home.
Logistic Supervisor (Current Employee) – La Porte, TX – January 14, 2014
Supervisor of a 12 to 25 man crew I learned to deal with other peoples personalities Management was very ethical My co-workers where nice and helpful There was not a task that I could have not took on I enjoy the people I work around with