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Truck Driver, Hartford County

United States, Connecticut, Hartford County
Published 2021-12-19
Expires 2022-01-19
ID #800903361
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Truck Driver, Hartford County
United States, Connecticut, Hartford County,
Published December 19, 2021

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Per annum
Occupation: Truck driver


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Job Description F.W. Webb, New England's largest wholesale distributor of plumbing, heating, HVAC and industrial supplies is seeking an experienced Truck Driver at its Hartford, CT location. Responsibilities: Delivery of product to customers and other company locations Preparing delivery Loading and unloading of material Operating other company equipment, i.e. forklift Assist in warehouse tasks as necessary Maintain cleanliness of company vehicle Perform required vehicle self inspections Maintain accurate records Drive in a safe courteous manner adhering to all traffic regulations Qualifications: Must possess a good driving record Dependability is a must. Good interpersonal and communication skills Professional appearance Must possess a high level of customer service Company Description Headquartered in Bedford, Massachusetts, F.W. Webb is the largest wholesale distributor of plumbing, heating, HVAC/R, and PVF products and supplies in the Northeast. On the retail side, we operate 40 Frank Webb Home showrooms. Our 2,200 employees in more than 90 locations serve customers in our core business disciplines as well as evolving sectors such as water systems, process controls, fire protection, and high purity process components. We pride ourselves in offering our customers extensive inventory, convenient and personalized services, and depth of expertise. We are passionate about what we do; our customers are number one, and our employees comprise the best team in the industry

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    Registered on October 7, 2017

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