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Central Freight Lines
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About the company

  • CEO
    Jerry Moyse
  • Founded
  • Company size
    1001 to 5,000
  • Revenue
    $1B to $5B (USD)
  • Industry
    Transportation & Logistics


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on June 23, 2021
Home daily. Good friendly staff to work with.They didn't trow me to the wolves first few days.Just slow giving the raises that were put in for the drivers.
Truck Driver P&D in North Las Vegas, NV
on July 25, 2021
Your typical day at work will start like this: pre-trip inspection indicating, yet again, all the same stuff broken for the past 1.5 months. Yet, it all hasn't been fixed, or even partially addressed. As for using another piece of equipment, the other one that would be assigned to me, has no working AC and it is 115 degrees here in Las Vegas.You'll deliver freight that weighs over 1000lbs and on inclined streets. Push or pull, either way you try to unload it, it'll be dangerous. I have had to unload freight that was initially on a pallet, but the dispatch has had it broken down and loaded onto other freight, just so he can have you deliver the equivalent of 12-14 pallets, on a truck designed for 10. A lot of times, this overloaded freight is hotel AC units. Not very safe to pull down 6 units to pallet jack level by yourself. I have spent quite a bit of time fighting residential freight, because when you get there, the resident isn't home as they said they would be and now you are trying to get your commercial customers taken care of, while moving around massage chairs, pallets of tile, etc, etc.Local management is great, but on the corporate level..... not so much. My equipment is junk and the powers that be can't get it it fixed, because of corporate afar. That said, along with ridiculous work hours ( you'll come in early, get off late and won't even be able to take care of medical visits, or other appointments ), working for CFL isn't worth it. I DO NOT recommend working here at all.On a plus, the people you work with here are great. We all share the " everyone is in the same boat " mindset. As for me, I am getting out and far away from the chaos.
CDL Class A Driver in Beaumont, TX
on July 3, 2021
The Equipment is Trash!!! Poor Management they want fix equipment Trailers in bad shape, You cant take trucks to shop all shops around Bmt wants cash money or credit card, because they wont pay there bills! Good Luck if your that Desperate. I moved on!!!!
Operations Manager in Fort Worth, TX
on June 23, 2021
The saddest part of this company is that there are a lot of great employees with potential but the executive leadership are a bunch of bafoons! They are in their positions because of circumstance not because they are the best for the company. At the rate they are going I would be shocked if they were in business by the year end. Healthcare is not being paid and people are being turned away from their doctors for non payment of premiums, salaried employees have had a 10% reduction for over a year unless you are a favorite. Meanwhile competitors are giving bonuses, raising pay and sign on bonuses.
Safety Coordinator in Fort Worth, TX
on June 21, 2021
Looking for motivated workers that focus on efforts and a good day work. Come join us and see what we can improve as a team. CFL for life! We are waiting on you!

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