PEPSI OR COCA COLA !!!

Discussion in 'LTL and Local Delivery Trucking Forum' started by Jmelendez1223, Jan 7, 2020.

  1. jmz

    jmz Medium Load Member

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    It was the same deal when I was at US Foods. Most delivery drivers didn’t want anything to do with running shuttles. Slightly lower pay rate, less OT, permanently working overnight. The ultimate goal was the out of town 2 day routes or running backhauls.
     
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  2. Jmelendez1223

    Jmelendez1223 Light Load Member

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    how was it working at us foods i had apply there the other day but they sent me a email
     

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  3. McUzi

    McUzi Heavy Load Member

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    That’s almost certainly the reason that a global multimillion dollar company that sells heavy cases of sugar water decided to let you go.
     
  4. jmz

    jmz Medium Load Member

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    Probably automatically denied because you didn’t meet the requirements of that particular job posting (six months driving or three months food/beverage delivery).
     
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  5. BigDog Trucker

    BigDog Trucker Heavy Load Member

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    You should have learned the handheld and shmoozed your bosses a lil better!
     
  6. Powder Joints

    Powder Joints Subjective Prognosticator

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    Sounds like someone mad at everybody except the person responsible. Whats a UBolt. Oh your asking for a UBoat, hmm maybe asking for the wrong thing did help much. Whole Foods had them in there stores when I delivered for them, but mostly dedicated to certain vendors. I did unload for them, just back into the dock let them take it off. I'm a driver not a lumper. By the way I don't unload or load for Pepsi either. as far as working the overnight, I prefer it, the noob's are fast asleep at the truck stops, most of the night drivers are easy to deal with, less traffic. Would have it any other way.
     
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