Working for Cycle Gear for only two years was a good experience for me because I learned how to do inventory, scan and distribute, do receiving, train new employees in the scan line, and help unload trucks that where carrying motorcycle accessories. Basically I was working for Cycle Gear distribution center in Benicia, California. It was a warehouse that was filled with motorcycle parts and accessories that had to be counted, scanned, and sent to different Cycle Gear store locations. Every Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday I would have to work the scan line and distribute different motorcycle parts and accessories and send them to different Cycle Gear store locations. On Thursdays and Fridays I would be working in the inbound department counting a pricing motorcycle parts and accessories. Here how it works: Let's say that a truck filled with motorcycle helmets that come to the warehouse needs to be unloaded. Then after unloading of the helmets; the helmets are then counted, priced tagged, and put away on metal racks by forklift drivers, after that when it is ready to be distributed for the following week the forklift drivers pick up the helmets and place them on the rollers ready to be scanned and distributed to any Cycle Gear store locations in the U.S. However; even though it easy to unload, price tag or scan the product. We have to also watch out for any defective parts or accessories that might be sent to a Cycle Gear store because we want to make the customer happy and the company happier.
Working as a team, having benefits, and staying safe because it was warehouse
Cycle Gear Distribution Center relocating and separating a good team