Warehouse Worker (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – May 8, 2017
I was able to move up within company. The supervisors trusted you to do your job. Some had slight favortism but I've heard things have changed in management. There was always something for everyone weather it was ramp assistance or loading and offloading trucks.
Cargo Supervisor / Import (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – January 23, 2016
Extensive LTL experience and many years on the dock and warehouse, moving thousands of kilos of freight on a daily basis. Handling, planning and supervising delicate operations from loading antique art work for museums; exotic animals to zoos; experience with good knowledge of freight movement to all U.S. destinations, gateways, as well as expertise in managing freight worldwide.
Hard work...Steady...Reguardless of the weather rain shine sleet or snow...The airplane must fly...Work at the airport meant meeeting alot of people in and around the cargo area...Logistic is the key to the world...
Good people...Some opportunity
If the holidays dont fall on your off days your in trouble
Import / Export Specialist (Lead Agent) (Current Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – December 17, 2014
My days start with multi-tasking from the time i walk in till the day ended. Learned a new task/ability everyday . Management was very to its employees (reaching headquarter goals). Coworkers where team player and supporters . The hardest part of the job was cordinating the build of the flight . My most enjoyment of my job was knowing the cordination had worked and finalized
Nice and quite atmosphere, flexible and rotating schedule, basic availability
Lead-Export/Import Agent - On contract of DGS (Current Employee) – Dallas, TX – October 30, 2013
Learned managing Export/Import process and activities of cargo, documentaions with attention to details, customs manifestation, USCBP/TSA compliance, EAR, ITAR, OFAC knowledge, IATA DG Regulations, handling of live animals, and of course, customer service.
Free lunches and treats, flight benefits, DG certificate
Cargo Handler (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – August 21, 2012
• Specialized in loading, staging, securing and unloading cargo and baggage on airplanes. • Operated a variety of equipment, including trucks, forklifts, conveyors and baggage tugs. • Lifted heavy objects that weigh more than 50 pounds.
EXPORT AGENT (Former Employee) – Jamaica, NY – August 11, 2012
a typical day at work is not bad just alot of truckers in the office and paper work to do like checking there tsa laterif the date is up to date , breakdown data capaturing etc . i learn how too type little faster , my co worker was nice . the hardest thing to do is having nothing to do and the most enjoyable part of my job is to seen is the cool cars coming in
District Manager Sales and Handling/Operations (Former Employee) – usa – July 17, 2012
Great source of Airline knowledge, during good times this was the place to be. No doubt. It was a positive and proud place to be, however when the rough times came, the cost savings came on the backs of those USA staff mostly. Tip-' get some experiance then bounce, before the cuts come, and the pay cut.. some still will not ever see those salaries again. Also, those same numbers of staff stay while the work load explodes.
great training place, over years you can develop deep usable skills that will look good on your cv when you leave
slippery "deals" with hr. lh specialized in "the haves, and have nots" when you bleed for the company, all is well. dont turn your back however.