Recent Hires with CFI

Discussion in 'CFI' started by GrumpyJoe, May 8, 2020.

  1. Lucidiousgibs

    Lucidiousgibs Bobtail Member

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    CFI isn’t good. They have junk equipment and at least i have a dispatcher that cant pay me. The truck only goes 64, governed at “65” but even prime passes me. camera pointed right at your face. “Its not on though.” Yeah okay. Most of the drivers that work here are #######. Seems almost like a requirement. Hope you like people net. Hope you like wrecked trucks that idiots jackknifed. If its your first year 45 cents. Max our after 1 million miles at 54 cents.
    Planners i say that incredibly loosely just put you on loads that take way more time than you have on your 70 then expect you to give them etas. Good luck ever getting ahold of someone. Send a message, ignored. Call them? Hahahaha transport America was awesome. Cfi is diarrhea.
     
  2. Lucidiousgibs

    Lucidiousgibs Bobtail Member

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    Sorry if my post came off as aggressive. I just feel like I made a huge mistake going to Cfi and needed to vent. I would like to work for a company that doesn’t stink but they are getting harder and harder to find.
     
  3. snicrep

    snicrep Light Load Member

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    when i worked with them in 2009, the trucks were governed, and they told me i was going 80-85 by looking at the records. i dont know how that could be unless it was a downhill thing, but i never tried to speed. they just look at me like im a liar.
     
  4. DRTDEVL

    DRTDEVL Road Train Member

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    All companies are odoriferous. You just have to find the least appalling odor for your personal palate.
     
  5. James90

    James90 Bobtail Member

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    Hi,I hope I'm posting this at the right place.I am working as a clinical head in a nearby dental clinic. The administration of our clinic wants to renovate our aging building. Following the relocation of all the equipment to other blocks, the building will soon begin. I am responsible for moving all of the equipment, according to management. Transporting dental equipment requires moving a lot of it. As you are aware, this department needs to transfer a lot of Equipment should be transported carefully as a result. I wish to learn more about the transportation of medical equipment by using trucks. What standard requirements does the organization have for transportation? What specifications should we be aware of as the client? Can someone help me to figure out the above queries? Please let me know.
     
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  6. snicrep

    snicrep Light Load Member

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  7. Chinatown

    Chinatown Road Train Member

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    @Sharky88 can inform you.
     
  8. Sharky88

    Sharky88 Medium Load Member

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    Where are you located at? I can recommend a few companies that can do the move. I myself am a medical equipment transpoter
     
  9. James90

    James90 Bobtail Member

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    Thanks for your comment. One of my friends suggested me a transporter and I contacted him. We are planning to move by next month.
     
  10. darknessesedge

    darknessesedge Medium Load Member

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    do they still send people to that crap school of theirs?
     
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