You have to really be interested in not shutting a GM plant's production line down in order for you to be successful as this job/role. As an In-plant person, that has to be you and your other teammates main goal. Processes are messed up and the LLP manager only focuses on band-aiding things as opposed to creating a long-term strategy that will benefit - more ... both Ryder and General Motors.
The culture is terrible and is filled with angry people who come to their "job" only to receive a paycheck.
Ryder is a good company with a solid track record... But logistics is simply not for everyone. - less
ProsExposure to great networking opportunities
ConsWeak employee morale, your opinion rarely matters in this type of plant environment