Frito Lay Truck pictures

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  1. Matt

    Matt Supah truckah

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    here is a few.

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  2. Matt

    Matt Supah truckah

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    and how easy is unloading chips ? easy right :fingure::shift:


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    mildew Super Moderator Staff Member

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    Dang! Makes me want to kick the small box on the right corner just to see what will happen
     
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    CenturyClass Lead-side Recruit

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  5. Matt

    Matt Supah truckah

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    Yes sir....
     
  6. grocerythrower

    grocerythrower Super Mod

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    That wheeler is a bunch of BS Matt, how the hell do you handle that thing?
     
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  7. Matt

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    You get the hang of it
     
  8. Banker

    Banker Active Member

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    Grocery Thrower, As a former "Dorito Relocator" AKA Frito driver, I see $$$$$$ when I see Matt's full stack two wheeler. Nearly every Frito driver modifies the two wheeler since the unloading is paid by the case and the quicker you unload, the more $$$$ you make. I am not sure how fast he unloads, but in 2002 before they shut our plant down, I was between 750-900 cases an hour. At 8 cents a case, it wasn't bad money in 2002. Also when I worked at Frito-Lay we had a bunch of Sysco drivers come to work for Frito and never looked back. Keep up the great posts GT.
     
  9. grocerythrower

    grocerythrower Super Mod

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    Wow thanks Banker! I wish we had a place like Matt has around here, I don't think I can talk the Texas red head into moving to Topeka, or Dallas for that matter, I would have to commute 2 hrs to make her happy, so we stay in little ol Bixby, I work nights and all is well..LOL!
     
  10. Matt

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    It depends on the location Banker. We are GES now on a lot of our runs so that pays .09 a case. 2400 cases and 500 miles sounds about right.
    I at some places burn 900 cases an hour and other locations with a ton of walking takes that case count down. 3 hours for a full SEV is what I figure.
     
  11. JRut

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    What's the difference in GES compared to the old system?
     
  12. JRut

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    I told them I would only work for frito lay if they let me drive one of these

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  13. Matt

    Matt Supah truckah

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    GES is direct to store (next day) type stops. Direct to store stuff (carts)

    The Core (old style) your delivering to warehouses / storage units / DC's and not so time sensitive as GES is.
     
  14. grocerythrower

    grocerythrower Super Mod

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    Damn that was back in the day! My how things have changed!
     
  15. JRut

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    So do you do both? Or can you just bid on one or the other type deal. I would imagine Core pays more unloading all those cases.
     
  16. Matt

    Matt Supah truckah

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    Extra board runs everything. With seniority you can end up doing what you love.
    GES pays well. You can / will get a full (2000) case deadstacked trailer that pays 9 cents a case and kick that bad boy off in three hours. Drive 500 miles at 48 cents a mile. Some drop and hook pay. All that added up pays just as good (or better) than core.

    A ton of people feel that way. " NO MONEY IN GES. "
    I know 3 guys making over 90k a year every year on GES
    These guys I talk to everyday and I know. There are many more I suspect. I just won't talk about those guys cause I don't know. But math tells me we have many that has to make that and more on GES. Don't let that hype scare ya
     
  17. JRut

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    Wow. That's 420$ a day right there minus the drop and hook pay. Thanks for all the info I learn so much from this thing. Now just gave to figure out an excuse to tell my job why I can't come to work Saturday. (interview)
     
  18. Matt

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    It's for sure hard work. During busy times we do two trailers a night $$$$$$$ 500+ a night :D
     
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    BTW I believe every traffic center pays different so it's been told to me we are the lowest paid (Topeka)
    Of course it came from a driver so take that for what it's worth.
     
  20. JRut

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    True.. I will post the figures when they tell me. 500$ a night...whooooo boy
     

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