Dispatcher/Safety Supervisor (Former Employee) – Acheson, AB – 1 January 2019
Family run Canada and USA company. Great drivers. owner has very high and sometimes unreachable goals. his wife comes in and snoops through your desk at night. If you lock any of your drawers to keep personal info safe. she accuses you of hiding drugs in your desk. and wants you let go.
Class 1 Truck Driver (Current Employee) – Spruce Grove, AB – 23 October 2018
Great people that work there their dispatch office is on point, they are a very family oriented company. they have really nice and well maintained equipment overall a great company and would recommend them to everyone looking to go OTR
Long haul flat deck driver (Former Employee) – Acheson, AB – 31 July 2017
This place is a good place to start learning the industry if you dont have experience. Lack of communication and too many family members involved in the office made it difficult to do or say anything in privacy.
Driver/Operator (Current Employee) – Spruce Grove, AB – 27 July 2017
Must be able to learn quickly and plan ahead to arrive at destinations on time. One must have the ability to expect the unexpected and perform at a high level in all type of weather conditions. Planning proper load placement and securement while working in harsh conditions. Seeing places that one would not normally get to see without planning a vacation.
Administrative Assistant (Current Employee) – Edmonton, Ab – 28 March 2014
A typical day in admin position would entail -Answering phones -Invoicing customers -Entering payables -Chasing drivers to hand in their paperwork so invoicing can be completed -Going through drivers envelopes and tracking their expenses -Contacting health benefits company with questions/concerns from employees -Recording and entering permits for loads -Entering deposits into system