Highway Driver (Current Employee) – Surrey, BC – 10 August 2018
I have worked with XTL in the Surrey location for 10 years and have never had any issues. The equipment is well maintained and turned over ever 4 years. Everyone receives a raise annually regardless of performance. Benefits and MSP are paid for. Lots of hours are available if your willing to work and I have never had to worry about getting paid. They even pay for chaining up in the winter. Management is easy to approach and is always looking to work with you. A great place to work.
This place is like your normal ( not ) super high pressure cross dock environment. They fired me cuz I left early after my second day of training simce the guy who was trainning me felt like it was normal to yell at people. Typical transport culture. No respect towards fellow man in anyway. What kind of company has employes who have barely been there for a year give training? Oh the ones that are poorly structured and don't want to invest in adequate training. This company isn't for those who enjoy structured environments that follow the letter to the T and empower their staff.
Driver (Current Employee) – Surrey, BC – 2 January 2018
A decade with XTL. If you are looking for a responsible reliable company take a look at XTL. They have the latest equipment. Training programs to help you get started with the company not hinder you. If they were not reasonable I would have moved on by now.
roll clamp driver (Former Employee) – rexdale – 1 March 2017
I drove a roll clamo truck...place was dirty , cold, they hired me for a day shift then I had to move to afternoon then nights, no shift premium. ..no pay increase after probation....they extended the probation time...
probleme avec dispacher numero de retour pour passé douane.jai deja attendu 14 heures pour passé .
garage et fuel sur place .
papiers douanier, attente trop long pour voyage, camion mauvais etat, souvant, au garage-oblige de prendre autre camion a avec tous nos effets pers, rs.et souvant a utre cam ion tres salle, probleme avec la payé
environnement de travail irrespectueux et stressant au maximum
commis à la facturation (Former Employee) – 2700 chemin St-François, Dorval – 14 November 2016
- Ouverture et fermeture des "Gates" - Diriger le chauffeur au bon débarcadaire - Préparer la documentation nécessaire pour pick-up et livraisons - Manifest(ACE) à faxer aux douanes pour voyages USA - B-13 - OS & D - Recevoir les containers et les associer aux bons de commandes - Faire roll list pour "outbound et inbound" du lendemain - Noter les heures d'entrées et sorties des chauffeurs sur MS 400
- Collaborateurs irrespectueux, crient aux meurtres devant les clients quand ils font erreur et sont stressés.
Terminal Manager (Former Employee) – Airdrie, AB – 22 January 2016
Running a terminal was a great job. Hiring great staff and drivers made each day seem easy (even when it wasn't). Learned all the necessary skills to really manage the day to day operations of the entire business unit. Glad for all the skills I learned and experience I gained.
Very good company to work for. Family oriented, easy going with staff, easy to communicate with staff. respect return home. good weekly pay. Gives chances to new drivers, very Glad to work for XTL and thank you for giving me the chance that other transport companies did not give me ....
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Vaudreuil, QC (Former Employee) – Montréal – 8 September 2014
Mon mandat était de diversifier le portefeuille de clients de l'entreprise, ce que j'ai réussi en moins d'un an
Account Manager (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 10 June 2013
Being an account manager at XTL had allowed me to grow in the customer service field and transportation industry, which I was never interested in until starting at XTL. The transportation industry is dynamic and differs day to day.
Customer Service Rep/Warehouse Coordinator (Former Employee) – Rexdale, Ontario – 25 October 2012
A typical day @ work for me was to start my day @ 06:30a.m.. Treat people the way you expect to be treated Not all management are easy to get along with not having things go as planned being told thank you when you go above & beyond