Warehouseman (Former Employee) – Long Beach, MS – December 22, 2016
Job was very productive and steady. I was responsible for warehouse inventory and customer orders. I learned how to work on an assembly line building ATM machines as well as drive a forklift. I enjoyed the day at work because of my co-workers, they all were friendly and helpful.
Holiday bonuses and gatherings
health benifits were to expensive for family. No raises or oppurtunity for advacnement
Etimag USA I am the Logistics Manager (Current Employee) – Springfield, VA – November 27, 2016
A typical day would consist of making sure orders are set and ready to go, Take care of UPS and FedEX shippments are ready to go. Ordering supplies and material needed for daily operations. Co-workers are very good to work with. The hardest part of the job....There is no "Hardest" part. I love what I do and that makes to job much more easy.
ATM Specialist (Former Employee) – Long Beach, MS – April 2, 2014
Everyday, I completed over 1000 transactions on an ATM machine to make sure it was working properly. My co-workers made the environment fun and enjoyable. I really enjoyed going to work everyday. Nothing was hard about this job.
Kits Group Supervisor (Former Employee) – Memphis, TN – March 2, 2013
everything is not for every employment, the sooner you take care of an issue the better the company runs,i had the best manager i learned a lot from him, time management , learn your employee's ,learn the company that you work for, eliminate inventory issues,to provide accurate shipping.Average work day for me morning meetings with the employee's checking & responding to emails,check inventory, check orders to be shipped and the receiving log, begin building KITS until the end of day
company picnics, free lunch once a month, sams card, bonus twice a year
Triton is a small business where everybody is on a first-name basis, including families.
Controller and Vice President-Finance (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – February 26, 2012
Triton is a family-owned business that for the past 15+ years has primarily served the other family interests, including an Estate, three Trusts, and several LLCs. As family and Trust real estate was sold and other assets liquidated, the amount of work declined and someone with my experience was no longer required.
Triton was a place of employment that was multicultural. It was a place of production and getting to meet and work side by side with people of different cultures. It is a place where one can continue to learn and improve their job skills.