PBS Coals Reviews

3 Reviews
3.7
3 Reviews

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Robert Scott
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    Shift supervisors not on same page as far as what shift crews are to be doing.

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    Former Employee - Rock Truck Driver
    Former Employee - Rock Truck Driver

    I worked at PBS Coals full-time (more than an year)

    Pros

    401k, Family hospitalization, Vacation, 40 hrs a week steady work.

    Cons

    The equipment was not always up to par, communication between shift supervisors was not always good. Have a normal shifts. Repair the equipment on the weekends.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Have better maintained equipment.

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Website www.pbscoals.com
Headquarters Friedens, PA
Size 150 to 499 Employees
Founded Unknown
Type Subsidiary or Business Segment
Industry Mining & Metals
Revenue $25 to $50 million (USD) per year

No, PBS Coals doesn't have anything to do with the Public Broadcasting Service or a new Ken Burns documentary on the history of the US energy industry. The company, which mines coal in Pennsylvania, derives its name from the three counties where it originally engaged in mining: Preston County, West Virginia; Bedford County, Pennsylvania; and Somerset County, Pennsylvania. It produces about 2.5 million tons annually. Canadian investment group Sprott Resource had owned about 20% of PBS Coals. In 2008, however, Russian steel company Severstal, looking to supply its own raw... More

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