Cryo companies after all the mergers...who's good to work for?
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Messer inherited alot of problems from Linde, and it will take awhile to fix it all.
AP is good, but you can be forced to team drive if you are low on the seniority board and if teams need to be ran out of that terminal.
Air Liquide can't keep any drivers after the let Air Gas take over the transportation. But some of there drivers are saying that AL will be taking over all together soon.
The Linde Praxair merger made them the largest cryo company in the world. So there could be some advantage to getting on as a driver there now.
Matheson is the smallest private cryo company. And I don't hear about them to much. Other than drivers quiting to go make more $$$ with the other cryo companies.
In my opinion in April of 2019 Air Products is the best. They don't have driver facing cameras like the rest of the companies.
If you get on just learn their system.
Do the job the way they want it done and you'll find yourself with a 100K a year job that gets you home after each shift and allows for a life outside of driving.
I believe that ruan currently
does the work they used to do.
I'd heard that they may be trying to put together a company workforce again.
Probably not the same wage or benefits as company employees but couldn't say for sure, but I am sure nobody is working for 7 bones a week.
Don't know if they hire thru the company's site or Ruanspeedyk Thanks this.
Sign on bonus of 2500/5000/7500 depending on location
2nd year bonus of 3500
3rd year bonus of 3500
4 weeks of training at your full hourly rate
$25.20/hr No o.t.
Paid for all delays,
Pre and post trip,
And delivery stops
.61 per mile
Daycabs, once in a while you can’t make it back in 14 so they put you up in a decent hotel
They’ve been VERY fair with me.
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