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good place to work and to learn the industry
Truck driver (Former Employee) –  Putnam, ON20 May 2017
Trailwood is a good company that caters to the automotive sector, this sector is constantly changing and work does fluctuate. Trailwood is a very good company to work for they are family owned an run and have a good reputation in the industry.
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some trailers need alot of repair
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productive and long trips
Transport Driver (Former Employee) –  Orillia, ON29 April 2017
I loved this job until I had to deal with the border that was a nightmare all in it's own and most of the people were awesome found them very friendly and willing to help when they could.
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Low pay, Uncertain and No appreciation
Truck Driver (Former Employee) –  Mississauga, ON22 February 2016
Trailwood does not show appreciation to drivers and they do not maintain their vehicles as per regulations and they don't compensate their employees fairly like other companies.
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Every company is the same
Truck Driver (Current Employee) –  Alliston, ON19 January 2014
A typical work day at Trailwood Transport is long hours, alone. Need to work on communication skills but besides that they are ok. For a OTR driver you hardly ever see any other co workers, the hardest part of the job is trying to get all the required paperwork in on time. The most enjoyable part is going home after a 70 hour week.
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Dyas on average were 15 - 16 hours long
Over the road driver (Former Employee) –  Alliston ON2 May 2013
Worked for Trailwood for 3 years the wait times for loads and relaods sometimes takes over 4 hours unpaid and then expcted you to run over your hours to be at customer on time
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long hours expected to run past your leagal 70 hour limit
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