r u serious i dont think anyone with 4 year engineering degree will work there.I think he's called a re-wrapper. You probably need a 4 year degree in engineering to get the job though. Re-wrapping requires in-depth knowledge of adhesives, carton design and aerodynamics (just to name a few).
r u serious i dont think anyone with 4 year engineering degree will work there.
We had a guy with a 2 year degree from a Tech School try the job. He only lasted a couple of days. He now works at LTD Commodities putting the white straps on odd sized boxes so peanuts fly all over your truck.
Those guys are actually called PSC....Package Service Clerks....not "re-wrappers". Most of them are full-time combo guys now(at least on the primary) but there are a few part-timers too. PSC/Load is one of the combo options.