A typical day at work for me involved pulling team stock orders , working on inventory shelves ( prior to inventory ) checking the customer orders on my shelf , and comparing them with the invoices(checking quantities, part numbers , payment methods and addresses ) I would load my truck , strap/ tie down my load , then go to pick up parts at other branches . Once I was fully loaded , I would set up my delivery route , refuel , and hit the highway . I really liked my customers , and knew all of them by name . I would unload the parts , and have the customers sign the invoices , sometimes requiring collecting cash/ a check for C.O.D.s . My route was the south run , which included Denver , Englewood ,Littleton , Sedalia , Castle Rock , Centennial , Aurora and Parker .
On my return trip to the shop , I would call dispatch and ask if he had any pickups , on the way back . I would return to the shop ,unload any pick ups / cores / or returns , reload my truck , and make another delivery / pick up run. I was required to do warehouse clean-up , put parts away , and pre-inventory work when I returned at night.
My first year and a half with the company , I worked at the Trailer Store ,pulling orders , shipping / receiving / and loading parts , and general warehouse clean-up . I am forklift certified .
I liked my, supervisors, coworkers, and customers.
I worked alot of hours, pay was average