Box Truck Driver (Former Employee) – New Bern, NC – August 6, 2018
A typical day of working for CPC Logistics as a box truck driver for Moen was basically... Back box truck to loading dock at Moen Component Warehouse and chock tire. Truck was loaded by Moen, deliver to Assembly Plant and return.
paying rainstorms, get out of truck 52+ times a day
Team / Regional driver (Former Employee) – Waxahachie, TX – June 23, 2018
trucks were poorly loaded,its best to just do your job the best you can,mang. never helped with any problems,you had to unload a trailer that was 110 degrees inside,no air circulation,but your good paycheck is the reward for a hard weekis work
The people that I work with are great. I actually work at the customers location, we are a contractor that supplies their drivers. It's really stress free, and not hard work at all. My manager is awesome. My only complaint would be the pay and benefits are really low and if you live alone an have any type of bills this job won't do it alone. And yes it's considered full time
Class A CDL Driver (Former Employee) – Richmond, VA – April 16, 2018
CPC provides drivers to other company's. I was on the Walgreen account. A typical day was get in at 3AM inspect the truck . driver to your first stop and hand unload . Pick up empty totes at all your stores.
CDL Class A Driver (Former Employee) – St. Louis, MO – April 10, 2018
I enjoyed driving for CPC paid good, Couldn't ask for a better employer, the only problem was my employer wanted me to move out to Ca. and my wife didn't want to leave our home area (our adult children)
Needs better upper and field management. The company tends to put an excessive workload on the office staff which normally consists of 1 person. The benefits were good but management needed improvement.
Long hours terrible management stress labor/ intensive
Walgreens Driver (Former Employee) – Sweet Springs, MO – January 13, 2018
Worked in Sweet Springs MO for years as a Walgreen's driver. I "peddled" 5 to 7 stores daily as fast as possible.Up to 40,000 lbs daily ALL HAND UNLOAD!!! Terrible management on CPC and Walgreen's side. CPC is a driver management company,nothing more. You answer to both and your voice will never be heard. Tues-Sat 3am until whenever your done. 12-16 hr days,off late Sat . Skeleton crew of drivers and next to impossible to get off a day.Forget about calling in sick!!No regular routes constantly hiring new drivers for good reason. High injury rate and driver turn over rate. This is a satellite domicile location,subject to close without warning so you never know if you have a job for certain. The remaining drivers are there for themselves. None of them want to "peddle" deliver the Walgreens stores.Its a fast paced,poorly dispatched/managed hard job! And don.t be fooled if they say they are switching to pallets! Don.t be fooled!
hours, terrible to drivers, no job security, extremely hard on elbows.shoulders and knees
Truck Driver Class A (Former Employee) – Missouri – December 29, 2017
Log onto the computer, do a pretrip and walk around the truck. Go to the office and get your manifest sheet. Go get your trailer hook up and do a Pretoria inspection. Open door to make sure you have the right product inside to match the numbers on your manifest sheet. Go to the guard gate do another check with them before you leave. Drive to the customer unload and reload their empties and return back to your starting point. Inspect your truck and trailer before unhooking. Do any paperwork if you have any to do, log off the computer. Your day is done.
Driver (Former Employee) – Jupiter Florida – December 7, 2017
My review but this company is that it pays great only if you have a route but besides that if you are a swing driver the only time you'll be busy would be only around holidays and if they call you and somehow you missed that call you will miss your guarantee pay no matter what! The management for CPC does not have the drivers back at all! I would not recommend the job to know driver especially if you have any family this is more for a young guy that has no kids and no responsibility that can afford to work 2 or 3 days and hope that they're paid to guarantee but if you miss that phone call you are not getting it I guarantee. Or if your schedule to work and you can't make it you also lose that guarantee.
They talk a good game but never back it up and it management never has your back