Trailer Driver Resume Objective

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Job Description:

Job description of trailer driver involves following tasks which are performed by the employee of the company.

  • Appraisal invoices among clients and acquire receiver and shipper authorizations and signatures.
  • Gather money from clients and make change and record dealings on client receipt.
  • Issues or obtains client signature on receipt for delivery or pick-up.
  • Offer punctual and courteous service to our commercial and residential accounts.
  • Confirm the unloading of shipments to avoid worker fraudulent claims and theft of missing product.
  • Operate to transport building resources, averaging 50 stops every day and 4 monthly long hauls.
  • Sustain trip logs reflecting client sites and distance traveled and fuel costs.
  • Manage equipment following every rule and according to procedures, policies for safety.

  • Sustain safe vehicle and circumstances in compliance by highway and company regulations.
  • Help with load and unloading of product at store utilizing a Pallet Jack and forklift.
  • Make invoices; gather payment from store managers on every day basis.
  • Drive a trailer or a truck with ability of at least 25,000 GVW.
  • Drive van to deliver foodservice products to clients with hotels, restaurants.
  • Record delivery information on every day basis.
  • Built positive customer rapport through primary contacts at every store and determined service issues.
  • Coordinate vehicle examinations and troubleshoot and repairs vehicle malfunctions on the road.
  • Deliver and transport livestock, goods, or materials in loose, liquid, or packaged form.
  • Accurate, safe, on-time pick-up and delivery of recyclables and scrap metals from large, high volume clients.
  • Received every day assignments for properties to be cleaned during the Syracuse area.
  • Offer timely delivery and pursue package handling measures.
  • Wrap goods utilizing packing paper, pads, and containers, and secures load to trailer wall utilizing straps.
  • Drive tractor-trailer combination, applying knowledge of commercial driving regulations, to deliver and transport livestock, products, or resources, usually over long distance.
  • Good interpersonal skills to maintain and establish co-worker and customer rapport.
  • Ability to organize records of accidents and delays.
  • Knowledge of driving techniques and procedures.
  • Able to communicate effectively among customers.
  • Understanding of driving laws.
  • Able to follow rules and regulation of driving.
  • Able to handle evils professionally and independently.
  • Capable to complete most difficult trips.
  • Able to drive accurately.
Objective Statements:
  • To become a trailer truck driver I would like to work for the improvement of my obtainable skills and to discover my knowledge and skill for promoting the organization.
  • To acquire a long-term employment position that is satisfying and will permit me to use my skills and knowledge.
  • I have strong driving skills which are supporting me in my work to achieve targets.
  • I would like to get this opportunity and show my talent in the field of trailer driver to provide better service to the customer.
  • I would like to use time management skills while deliver the goods and transportation.

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