Terminal Manager (Former Employee), Kilgore, TX – August 22, 2014
Pros: family time
Cons: worked for father inlaw
My day started at 0700 and ended around 1800 I learned several things about Over Denominational Loads I was in charge of the office and the 18 drivers Most were good at what they did, but they were used to the old fashioned way before electronic logging. Training the drivers to use electronic logging, when they were used to being able to manipulate – more... the paper logs. Knowing i was able to keep the trucks loaded and they all made a good paycheck each week. – less
Heavy Haul Operator (Former Employee), Fort Worth, TX – March 1, 2013
Pros: excellent advancement potential
Cons: very little home time
Lone Star is a great company that supports its drviers with an excellent management team and knowledgeable employees. The most difficult task with Lonestar is keeping up with the ever-changing rules and regulations. Overall a great place to work with lots of room to learn and grow.
Receptionist (Current Employee), Gainesville, TX – December 27, 2012
I answer multi-line phone systems, create and maintain complaince reports, data entry. Most enjoyable part of the job is the laid back atmosphere, but in the same token, the job can be slow and somewhat boring at times.