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Dock Coordinator

Niagara Bottling, LLC Pleasant Prairie, WI

Most essential for success in this role is to maintain a great team attitude, demonstrate passion for your work, and the willingness to learn… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

Dock Coordinator

Niagara Bottling, LLC Newnan, GA

Most essential for success in this role is to maintain a great team attitude, demonstrate passion for your work, and the willingness to learn… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

Dock Coordinator

Niagara Bottling, Inc. Puyallup, WA

• Correct LGV errors • Inspect Trailers • Monitor Loads • Air Bag Loads • Clear up blocked locations in WMS • Monitor tablet for… Glassdoor


Niagara Bottling Reviews

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Andy Peykoff II
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    Awesome Company! Fast-Paced, Competitive & Courageous!

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    Current Employee - Quality Manager  in  Ontario, CA
    Current Employee - Quality Manager in Ontario, CA

    I have been working at Niagara Bottling full-time for more than a year

    Pros

    The rate of growth creates opportunities everywhere to advance your career. The company invests in the latest & greatest technologies, and is kicking butt. Upper management have all earned my respect, and I'm excited to follow their lead as the company continues to grow. I look forward to hearing Mr. P speak during the annual updates and am proud to contribute to what he started over 50yrs ago. Happy to be on Team Niagara!

    Cons

    While the company is improving in this area, there is so much growth that it's hard to put effective structure in place for some things that really need them. It's a fast-paced and "get it done" environment that not everyone is successful in. It can be a bit competitive, but I think that just the right amount of that can be a good thing. Not a good fit for people who aren't willing to work long hours or might have come from a previous employer that had a more generous work/life balance culture. It is a "young" company, full of people dedicated to their job and willing to put a lot of hours in.

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    Stay courageous and continue the family-based culture that we have today. It'd be cool if we could bring our dogs to work too...and wear shorts on Fridays.

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