A typical day consisted of loading and unloading two semitrailer trucks during a six hour day. I would prepare the loads about an hour before the trucks showed up and had two hours to completely load and unload the truck once I started the process. I normally got done early with my work and would use my free time to help with the initial assembly process or do inventory. I had a 30 minute lunch. I never had a lot of contact with the management of the company. The co-workers were great. They were just trying to make a living. The hardest part of the job was the heat in the warehouse. I learned a lot about a hard day's work and how to handle time sensitivity product.
Logistics Coordinator (Former Employee) – Suwanee, GA – February 22, 2018
This place is a joke, A German company owned by Japanese, constantly changing management, no policies, no culture, just work work work... benefits sucks Geiger doesn't have a clue about world class manufacturing, the German plants stick too.
Very supportive management team that is committed to organizational excellence.
Plant and Quality Manager (Former Employee) – Gastonia, NC – December 1, 2015
Geiger Automotive is a great employer. It provides for a good work and personal life balance. The organization is committed to provide the resources necessary to facilitate both organizational and employee success.