Capstone Logistics, LLC
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About the company

  • CEO
    Steve Taylor
    48%
    approve of Steve Taylor's performance
  • Founded
    2011
  • Company size
    more than 10,000
  • Revenue
    less than $1M (USD)
  • Industry
    Transportation & Logistics
  • Headquarters
    Norcross
  • Link
    Capstone Logistics, LLC website
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Reviews

Freight Runner/Picker in Manassas, VA
on May 14, 2022
Back when I was a runner for this specific location, at first I was making good money but then a year later, production pay was introduced and again, at first I was making okay money but then towards the winter season, there wasn’t enough work therefore no money. Management wasn’t the best. Some of the unloaders were slackers and some runners were thieves. You were basically fighting for the money. I wouldn’t recommend this company to anyone. It’s very overwhelming.
Lumper in Springfield, MO
on August 17, 2022
If you like to be lied to about your pay...then come work here....if you like to bust your butt and still not be cared about..then come work here...this place is ludacris
Warehouse Worker in Baton Rouge, LA
on August 15, 2022
Management is terrible, always short handed, no overtime management always changing your time so you never get overtime. Always changing pay because you work production and can make a decent amount of money if you do a lot of work. They promise incentives but never deliver on those.
Operations Manager in Greensburg, PA
on August 12, 2022
Director Simply okay with the Customer cussing out associates, not providing enough safe equipment to do out jobs. Once you no longer want to work 80 hours/6 days a week for a Customer that wants you to do everything so they don't have to your no longer wanted in a management position. Once you put your values and what's right above the Customer they will do everything in their power to remove you. A customer that has been doing this to 3PLs for the past 20 years and is on its last one with Capstone. This Customer doesn't care about food safety or quality just money and their image. Capstone is perfectly okay with the Customer telling me who to hire and fire, even forcing me to hire a customer's supervisor's son who would eventually take my job without anyone directly informing me of what was taking place. Capstone will do just about anything to stay on the customer's good side, even going as low as joining in on the toxic bantering. If you cherish your time, career and health, keep looking. This job is where dreams go to die.
Lumper, clerk in Palmetto, FL
on August 11, 2022
The pay is production but it depends on the contract with the truck company and Sysco. The favorite workers get the best paying trucks and leave the new hires with overwhelming loads the take 2 hrs to unload and only $14. New hires usually get paid minimum wage for hard labor and end up leaving the first week, while the favorite workers make 1k-2k per week and get to make their own hrs. I worked hard and even took on acting supervisor rolls to be promoted only to be over looked. If you work on the weekend, they'll get mad if you don't find something productive to do while you're wait for a single truck that was suppose to arrive 3 hrs ago and have already done everything could be done. I would rather do field work and be properly compensated than to ever step into another warehouse ran by capstone.

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