Shift Supervisor (Former Employee) – Georgetown, KY – April 21, 2017
Typical work day is very easy not a lot of heavy lifting or stressful place to work. Hardest part of the job is keeping up with all the rules and things that change. Moving up in the company is hard due to some managers in the office.
Easy work flow, Good hard working team members and management
The ability to move up in the company due to some managers
CDL OTR driver, yard spotter (Former Employee) – Newnan, GA – January 5, 2016
I worked as a yard spotter servicing over 200 doors.Did Pre Trips and Post Trips on Ottawa Truck.Ever 3 months Got to bid on Driving out of state Jobs.I had a Concord NC Run where I got to uload my Trailer With a Forklift.
Traffic/Logistics Coordinator (Current Employee) – Newnan, GA – June 19, 2015
I have been provided the opportunity to expand my knowledge on a professional level and an grateful for that. I have had a stable work environment for over 4 years and am quite proud o be able to add that to my resume.
Transportation Coordinator (Current Employee) – Newnan, GA – June 16, 2015
A typical day at work majority of the time is solving issues and tracking loads to stay ahead of any issues that could possibly cause problems later down the line. I have learned how transportation via working with overseas account operate, also dealing with a manufacturing company everything must happen in a timely manner, to keep a low cost affect to the company. The management team at Transfreight i must say is one of the best i have ever worked with throughout my years of employment with multiple companies. As for my co-workers, we are all one big family. Like any family you have good days and bad days. The hardest part of my job simply is trying to get all the information needed to keep track of all events going on throughout the day since I work the second shift. I enjoy the peacefulness of my job and the positive energy that everyone generates in the office to keep the day moving.
Operations Manager (Current Employee) – El Paso, TX – April 9, 2015
Primary contact for operational activities throughout BRP contract for cross-dock operations in Juarez, MX. 99.99% accuracy on annual inventory for 2013 in a net worth inventory value of 9 M + facility. 100% accuracy annual inventory 2014 in a net worth inventory value of 11M + facility. Review and analyze day to day activities in order to identify cost saving opportunities. Increased 20% usable locations by modifying rack (beam) height on current locations and avoided additional expense on rack purchasing. Preparation of quarterly and yearly forecast/budget, for cost and operational analysis. KPI development/maintenance for efficiency improvement. Project planning and implementation. Creation/development of production tool for team members, for a more efficient operation. Decision making and problem solving in order to minimize/eliminate customer impact.
Préparateur de commande cariste (Former Employee) – cross dock – December 2, 2014
1-debrifing et assignation de(s) poste(s)
2-exemple d'une journée sur le poste,import export -checking des pieces sur check-list (3 points de contrôle) -mise en place de la "set laine" -attente de validation,responsable import export logistique -chargement rigoureux dans un container -mise en place de l'enveloppe contenant les manifestes des pieces chargées -vérification et plombage de verrouillage
very laid back and cool place to work....very fun!
Forklift Operator (Former Employee) – Georgetown, KY – May 27, 2014
transfreight is cool and i really mean that. The place has some down home people their that are straight shooters and friendly. You're pretty much your own boss throughout the day because the job is simple. the only time you'll see management is when freight comes up missing or not there. But, on the other hand no job is perfect!...be it a small thing or major, my gripe was with new boss who had some ways that rubbed everybody the wrong way and people started leaving such as myself. Overall though, good place to start. You can't go wrong with an atmosphere like transfreight has.
work on your time, laid back, friendly people.
new management with an attitude towards certain individual..
very laid back place to work and everyone is very knowledgeable of the company and their goals.
Fleet Coordinator (Former Employee) – Tipp City, OH – January 30, 2014
worked with drivers and their routes, payroll distribution. I learned leadership. I got along well with all of my co-workers, doing the yard audit would be the hardest job there. getting to deal with customers and the management.
Only person on night shift. Management would not give training needed for position
Traffic Coordinator (Former Employee) – Yamaha of Newnan – January 11, 2014
Create route schedules daily for contract . Send out both plant schedules. Monitor all Vendors coming in to contract. Monitor all local and yard drivers. Call all vendors to confirm pickups and deliveries. Complete next day schedule. complete all paper work for 1st shift to follow up on. Prepare daily logs. Assort all routes paper work from day before. Email all schedules to plant and security for routes to enter contract.