Driver (Former Employee), Omaha, NE – December 16, 2014
My day would start around 11 o clock i would wake up do my pre-trip inspection and drive to my first stop if I did not make it the following night. When i make it to my stop i would then give the paper work to the Rep. and begin to unload the trailer. Then i will pick up the empty rolltainers from the week before. I would repeat that like 2 or 3 times – more... a day – less
Over the Road Driver (Former Employee), Dallas, TX – June 27, 2014
Setting at terms are at site I learn coming straight out of trucking school you get the jobs that really don't as much lol management could have been a little better the hardest part about this job is the start up pay co workers are not that nice I guess because of that pay thing the thing I like about this job is that I got the chance to see how bad – more... it could really be.. – less
Transportation Operator (Former Employee), Dallas, TX – May 10, 2014
Distributing goods from different areas across the U.S. either delivering or picking up products. I learned how to be able to multi-task. The hardest part is showing up for a delivery and the receiving store is not ready nor do they have the room to receive the products.
Driver (Current Employee), Columbus, Ohio – May 5, 2014
Driver the surrounding states dropping loads Docking is one of the most important parts of my day My co-workers are very helpful with directions, views, help The management is one of the most enjoyable parts of my day if I have a problem they are there to steer you out of the problem