Production Worker (Former Employee) – Harleysville, PA – March 19, 2019
Good summer job be a driver helper or driver, being stuck in production sucks.I prefer being out and about. Although money is good during the summer, your summer vacation will be spent working delivering ice!
Office Assistant (Current Employee) – Port Huron, MI – February 21, 2019
I did enjoy working here for the beginning part but as time went on it was very repetitive and I only started to go down in the company. This company is not run efficiently and has many problems with communication.
Driver (Former Employee) – Buffalo, NY – February 14, 2019
I can actually say I love this job. I just wish it were all year around but its buffalo. The two managers are the best very friendly and easy to get along with. It's nice being on the road going stire to store and interacting with the store managers. You build friendships. Can be long days only if you work slower. But I'm not complaining about the 6 day work week if you enjoy it as I did. Highly recommend for anyone.
Ice deliver (Former Employee) – Bay City, MI – February 13, 2019
I loved working here because it helped me learn how to get around Michigan. I've met a ton of new people. Found other opportunities for work with this job. An it's the only job that I have worked with for as long as I have.
Distribution Supervisor (Former Employee) – Des Moines, IA – January 8, 2019
All I can really say is, I wish I were still there, great environment, the crew was excellent!!! Management was hands on, if you got dirty we got dirty, if we needed to run a route, guess what management ran a route.
Truck Driver/Sales Representative (Current Employee) – Indio, CA – December 9, 2018
Dropping off ice packs by hand from 5,000-20,000lbs a day per route filling up and completing every customer by on route. I learned to not depend on anyone or expect people that work in the office to know or understand what I go through on route on a daily basis. The hardest part of my job is working for this multimillionaire company and always being short on working electric pallet jacks since every pallet is 2,000lbs along with the miscommunication from the office and the office always want you to be available even on your days off.
The pay is just right above average.
Extremely physical job doesnt pay well or compare to the physical trauma.
Distribution Manager (Former Employee) – Utica, NY – August 13, 2018
This company promotes itself within as being low overhead,high profit.In other words,you will have employment when needed and be paid a lower than average wage for the area that you work and reside in.The majority of the employees are seasonal.Very few full time are retained year round.
a fun job that promotes customer relations and the satisfaction of customer service.
Production Worker (Former Employee) – Dubuque, IA – August 1, 2018
You'd go from working a 3 hour day to 13 cause the management was terrible. The whole factory was held together with duct tape and scrap. They don't discriminate against criminals (which isn't always bad) but because of them taking any and all employees it was rather common for coworkers to smoke meth out back and come in completely drunk.
Forklift Operator (Former Employee) – Hicksville, NY – July 26, 2018
I would not recommend anybody working here unless you want to fall and break your neck they have no set schedule for when you leave they say they hiring for forklift drivers but have only 3 forklifts and 6 forklift drivers. There is ice everywhere so it is extremely a big safety hazard the only thing good is the pay and hours i guess but would not recommend this job to my worst enemy the warehouse is a complete mess one of the worst jobs i ever worked at in my life they only give there forklift drivers 13.50 by the way
Two breaks for a 12 hour shift, poor manangement and not alot of work to do