Penske Truck Leasing126,074 positions
Consciously ensure that the role treats the carriers as our customers and promote an engaging relationship that makes the carriers want to continue to partner with Penske.
We do our best work by investing in our people at every level, by making a difference, and by helping Penske to become the provider of choice in our industry and for our products and services.
That is why we offer competitive wages and a wide range of benefits, including medical and dental plans, group RRSP, spouse and child life insurance, employee referral bonus, sick days and discounts with Penske partners.
Position Summary: penske logistics is looking for delivery helpers that will assist delivery drivers in moving product from the back of a truck to our customer’s location.
Depending on the role and location, we'll teach you how to drive power industrial trucks (PIT) such as forklifts or a pallet driver, how the printing process works, and how to work with the latest Amazon technology - including robots.
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