Pros: steady work
Cons: poor management
There is little potential for growth in this position, and it is not a strong resume builder unless you want to do the exact same thing at another company. But, why would you unless there's something terribly wrong with your current employer?
There is some opportunity to learn new skills in Lean, but otherwise a basic warehousing job.
Management is slothful. They care more about the status quo than excellence, one of the company's core values.
Co-workers are decent. Some are difficult to deal with because of language barriers, personality, or both. They have little to no interest doing their jobs well. If taking a few extra steps makes their work difficult or inconvenient, they will avoid them which creates difficulties for others doing their work.
There really isn't anything terribly hard about this job. Sometimes, there is overtime work, but less now than during start-up.
The most enjoyable thing was learning and applying Lean, but that has slowed down as well.
Lastly, there are few opportunities for training, and little standardization across the company in terms of operations and institutional knowledge.