Top Route Driver Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Route Driver. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Route Driver resumes they appeared on. For example, 24.9% of Route Driver resumes contained Delivery Trucks as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Route Driver actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

The six most common skills found on Route Driver resumes in 2020. Read below to see the full list.

1. Delivery Trucks

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Here's how Delivery Trucks is used in Route Driver jobs:
  • Gathered inventory in a refrigerated warehouse and loaded product onto delivery trucks in specific offloading order of each particular route.
  • Loaded delivery trucks according to safety standards and planned delivery routes.
  • Operated delivery trucks for distribution of Budweiser products.
  • Tasked with loading/unloading delivery trucks with packages.
  • Supervised maintenance of five delivery trucks.
  • IdahoLoaded products onto delivery trucks.
  • Fill vending orders/load delivery trucks Deliver my route orders, maintain vending machines and collect and balance money from vending machines.
  • Loaded trucks with merchandise, to be delivered and installed in customer homes.-Drove delivery trucks.-Called customers to confirm orders.
  • Loaded delivery trucks, operated a fork lift, and assisted customers in loading and picking material.
  • Drive large 12-to-16-bay delivery trucks on a regular route with attention to accuracy and industry regulations.
  • Load and unload delivery trucks for the purpose of receiving stock and filling orders for delivery.
  • Performed vehicle maintenance on the delivery trucks and grounds keeping maintenance for the business.
  • Load and unload delivery trucks/keep warehouse clean and get together hygiene for the trucks.
  • Followed delivery trucks to local businesses and unloaded product and set up displays.
  • Unloaded pallets of meat products from delivery trucks and organized on pallet racks.
  • Unloaded delivery trucks, handled money for customers/clients and interacted with customers.
  • Loaded and unloaded at least 5 delivery trucks per shift.
  • Assisted in the loading and unloading of all delivery trucks.
  • Fill orders from pull sheet and load on delivery trucks.
  • Assisted with scheduling and performing maintenance on delivery trucks.

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2. Customer Service

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Here's how Customer Service is used in Route Driver jobs:
  • Route Driver/Merchandiser/Customer Service filled and maintained kiosks on a weekly static route Regularly had interactions with customers Changed art work following plan-o-grams
  • Demonstrated excellent customer service skills by remaining positive and utilizing effective communications skills when interacting with clients and co-workers.
  • Demonstrated ability to provide quality customer service by delivering table linen to restaurants throughout the Metro Atlanta area.
  • Recognized potential opportunities while on delivers and reported them to the Customer Service Representative and/or Program Manager.
  • Delivered bread to retail and restaurant locations ordered product, conducted daily inventory and customer service.
  • Provide excellent customer service by being punctual and only accepting quality produce for customer deliveries.
  • Managed wide variety of customer service and administrative tasks to resolve customers issues quickly and efficiently
  • Meet daily customer service expectations through daily communication, problem resolution and appropriate follow up.
  • Job responsibilities included taking orders, stocking shelves and providing excellent customer service.
  • Committed to delivering and picking up packages along with providing exceptional customer service.
  • Place items in designated customer storage areas and provide excellent customer service.
  • Establish and foster relationships with account personnel and provide superior customer service.
  • Provide excellent customer service by being punctual and anticipating customer needs.
  • Provided outstanding customer service often requiring unorthodox methods of unloading goods.
  • Provided outstanding customer service through delivery of bottled water and services.
  • Updated/rotated new products at each location; provided superior customer service.
  • Provided customer service and delivered products to food service oriented businesses.
  • Delivered packages, providing customer service when the opportunity happened.
  • Delivered packages according to route with excellent customer service.
  • Obtained signatures from customers and provided quality customer service.

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3. Company Vehicle

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Here's how Company Vehicle is used in Route Driver jobs:
  • Maintain a safe driving record and appropriate driver's license classification while operating company vehicles/equipment.
  • Followed all safety and accident procedures while on company premises or operating company vehicles or equipment
  • Drive company vehicle in accordance with designated route completing all assigned customer pickups.
  • Maintained company vehicles including daily vehicle inspections and scheduling of required maintenance.
  • Operate company vehicle along predetermined route delivering packages to homes and businesses.
  • Drive company vehicle to deliver medication to specific locations.
  • Reported any mechanical problems encountered with company vehicles.
  • Preformed routine inspections and maintenance on company vehicles.
  • Performed maintenance and minor repair to all company vehicles
  • Maintained cleanliness and preventative maintenance of company vehicles.
  • Deliver products to several locations using company vehicle.
  • Maintain company vehicle maintenance.-Train new route drivers.
  • Operate Company Vehicle Automatic and Standard Transmission.
  • Practiced safety first while operating company vehicle.
  • Maintained and safely operated company vehicle.
  • Operated company vehicle for deliveries.
  • Deliver doughnuts from the hub store using company vehicle, keep vehicle clean and free of molds on a daily basis.
  • Deliver products and service to vending machine locations on established route in the NY metro area safely using company vehicle.
  • Implemented driver program to assure timely and accurate maintenance on company vehicles, reducing operational cost and down time.
  • Maintained cleanliness fuel levels, fluid levels, tires pressures to company vehicles that were personally assigned to me.

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4. Safety Procedures

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Here's how Safety Procedures is used in Route Driver jobs:
  • Prepared and maintained records in accordance with regulations and company procedures and operated truck in accordance to established safety procedures.
  • Train new drivers in the various aspects of loading/unloading materials and following safety procedures according to company policy.
  • Delivered hi-pressured cylinders utilizing hand truck and lift gates while following all safety procedures.
  • Ensured all warehouse workers followed all safety procedures given by company.
  • Manage delivery vehicle in accordance through company safety procedures and policies.
  • Recognized for following safety procedures and awarded safety bonuses.
  • Operated equipment following all rules and safety procedures.
  • Follow safety procedures according to DOT regulations.
  • Observe all safety procedures during delivery.
  • Integrated and implemented latest safety procedures.
  • Maintained vehicle and safety procedures.
  • Operate 28 ft truck in accordance with established safety procedures to deliver linens to and from customer and company locations.
  • Maintained a clean vehicle accurate DVIR and log book observing safety procedures regarding Department of Transportation (DOT) regulations.
  • Maintain good work habits, reporting to work on time and adhering to standard work or safety procedures.
  • Adhered to company policies, regulations and safety procedures for driving, lifting, loading and equipment usage.
  • Operate company trucks per safety procedures and document daily logs to ensure route efficiency and completion.
  • Obeyed all DOT rules and regulations to ensure safety procedures regarding specific trucking routes.
  • Complied with all safety standards with depth of knowledge for safety procedures.
  • Followed all safety procedures and policies set forth by the company.
  • Performed all safety procedures and followed all traffic laws.

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5. Pre-Trip Inspections

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Here's how Pre-Trip Inspections is used in Route Driver jobs:
  • Perform pre-trip inspections to ensure equipment and vehicle is operating properly and safely.
  • Conducted pre-trip inspections of mechanical, safety, and emergency equipment.
  • Preformed pre-trip inspections for various delivery vehicle.
  • Conducted pre-trip inspections according to Pepsi and DOT guidelines before every trip as well as post trip upon returning to the plant
  • Perform pre-trip inspections, ensuring delivery vehicles meet DOT requirements and inventory is correct for each day's deliveries.
  • Perform thorough Pre-Trip Inspections on the CMV tractor - trailer used for Delivery of prod- ucts.
  • Performed daily pre-trip inspections before starting the route to ensure proper maintenance and safety of vehicle.
  • Conducted pre-trip inspections, travel logs, and utilized hand-held computer for stock and inventory status.
  • Job Duties: Perform daily routine safety checks, and pre-trip inspections on assigned vehicle.
  • Prepared daily logs, pre-trip inspections, and counts on the truck prior to departure.
  • Performed daily pre-trip inspections of company Bobtail trucks before leaving the facility.
  • Performed pre-trip inspections, ensuring delivery truck met DOT requirements.
  • Maintained company equipment by maintaining pre-trip inspections along with daily internal and exteral cleaning.
  • Conducded pre-trip inspections of the bus at beginning of shift and fueled and post-trip inspection at the end of the day.
  • Loaded and unloaded trucks, vans, or automobiles.Conducted daily DOT pre-trip inspections according to a set checklist.
  • Conducted daily DOT pre-trip inspections according to a set checklist.Loaded and unloaded trailers with mechanical freight handling equipment.
  • Route truck on a daily basis Air brake endorsements Pre-trip inspections
  • Warehouse Beutler Heating and Air Preformed proper pre-trip inspections of the vehicle prior to pre-trip inspection upon return.

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6. CDL

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Here's how CDL is used in Route Driver jobs:
  • Obtained CDL Class B with Air brakes + Recycle line worker + Consistency of organization + Early shifts + Route driver
  • Fill Product in vending machines* I have a class A CDL* Operate hand held unit, and do paper work
  • Required a class B CDL license and also a security check from federal government to work on airport property.
  • Work required Class B CDL with air break endorsements and the use of hydraulics for rear load hopper.
  • Deliver beverages on a designated route using hand held computer and operating commercial vehicles requiring CDL Class A.
  • Obtained a Class A CDL License and operated trucks requiring a CDL license while following DOT regulations.
  • Required to have and maintain a State of Wisconsin Class B CDL with S & P endorsements.
  • Operated CDL Class A delivery truck * Managed accuracy of inventory levels * Responsible for route accounts receivable
  • Stock store shelves, rotate product to ensure quality control.6 months-Route driver: Class B CDL.
  • Selected to be the lead trainer for the employees wanting to earn their CDL license.
  • Delivered to stores and repaired vending machines * Collected and recorded cash * CDL required
  • Position requires a CDL class a driver license and ability to interact with clients.
  • Maintained a CDL license to keep current on the proper operation of warehouse/truck equipment.
  • Obtain a CDL to operate the motor vehicle while keeping to the designated route.
  • Obtain and maintain a CDL driving license with air brake and combination endorsements.
  • Specialized training includes: Class A Commercial Driver License (CDL).
  • Operate a straight delivery vehicle with a CDL B air brake endorsement.
  • Maintained a clean driving record and held a Class B CDL license.
  • Obtained Class B CDL license and individual route in Lima, Ohio.
  • Possess Class B CDL license, air endorsement and Forklift Certification.

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7. Unload Trucks

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Here's how Unload Trucks is used in Route Driver jobs:
  • Unload trucks safely into customers homes Worked in warehouse putting furniture together
  • Load and unload trucks/ invoicing/ customer service/ delivery driver
  • Load and unload trucks, pull orders, stock inventory, and delivered crash parts to customers on assigned routes.
  • Install glass shower doors* Load/unload trucks* Deliver glass products to customers along an assigned route, using a box truck.
  • Managed package logistics, route planning and delivery, load and unload trucks, operate vehicle in all weather/road conditions
  • Unload trucks from brewery and inventory beer and rotate in warehouse also maintain warehouse clean and organize.
  • Pull orders, cherry picker operator, and load and unload trucks, and quality control.
  • Order various welding gases and keep inventory in warehouse, load and unload trucks.
  • Verify the contents of inventory loads against shipping papers and load and unload trucks.
  • Pick orders on pallets for deliveries, load and unload trucks with a forklift.
  • Load and unload trucks also make out orders for following week and delivery of product
  • Unload trucks, pull parts and stock warehouse, unload trucks with forklift.
  • Load, unload trucks for delivery of linens, uniforms, and mats.
  • Required to load and unload trucks as needed before and after shift.
  • Load and unload trucks at distribution center and convenient stores locally.
  • Load and unload trucks, delivered aftermarket crash parts to customers.
  • Load and unload trucks at stores multiple times each day.
  • Load and unload trucks Proficiently and run an Established Route.
  • Load and unload trucks with forklift or by hand.
  • Operate forklift in warehouse and load and unload trucks.

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8. Pallet Jack

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Here's how Pallet Jack is used in Route Driver jobs:
  • Provide warehouse assistance as necessary including operating forklift and pallet jacks.
  • Transported products into the business using handcart/dolly/electric pallet jack.
  • Possess a Fork-Lift/Walkies/High-Reach/ Pallet Jack License.
  • Operated powered lift trucks, floor sweepers, hand dollies, and pallet jacks safely with a 0% incident rate.
  • Unloaded up to 1000+ cases daily off of trailers by hand and with the assistance of a pallet jack and dolly.
  • Operated heavy machinery such as a Forklift, JLG lift, Scissor lift, Motorized pallet jack, and Can crusher.
  • Load truck via hand and or fork lift and or pallet jack, invoice out merchandise to deliver and route accordingly.
  • Unloaded cases from truck using a 2-wheel dolly or pallet jack, and place all product in proper, designated locations.
  • Get my manifest and invoices in order then load my truck using a fork lift, pallet jack or by hand.
  • Moved materials using conveyor belts, carts, hand trucks, forklifts, scissor lifts, and electric pallet jacks.
  • Deliver product throughout Oregon and Washington, load and unloading using tractor-trailer combo with lift gate and electric pallet Jack.
  • Loaded and unloaded product on and off trailers by hand and with the assistance of a Pallet Jack and forklift.
  • Skilled at operating equipment required to handle heavy loads such as pallet jacks, hand trucks, and dock plates.
  • Load shipments using pallet jack, forklift & other lifting equipment onto the trailer and deliver to multiple customer locations.
  • Operated electric and manual pallet jack, load dollies, shrink wrapped, packaged, and shipped with correct labels.
  • Delivered in a 53 foot tractor trailer with the maximum amount of 18 pallets using an electric pallet jack.
  • Use of hand carts and pallet jacks to unload product and hand held scanners to scan product upon delivery.
  • Pull customer orders and prepare for loading and stage in delivery area of warehouse using forklift and pallet jack.
  • Unloaded the material for the customers using a pallet jack and also picked up checks or cash if necessary.
  • Unloaded products into freezer / cooler areas using a two-wheel hand cart, pallet jack, and electric forklift.

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9. Pickup

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Here's how Pickup is used in Route Driver jobs:
  • Obtained and maintained proper delivery authorization and pickup documentation for delivery vans per shift.
  • Maintain contact with supervisor or dispatcher to receive delivery or pickup instructions.
  • Delivered approximately 30-40 packages within a shift and approximately 20-30 pickups daily.
  • Keep an accurate inventory of equipment and cylinder delivery and pickup.
  • Provided delivery and pickup of rental service items to established customers.
  • Preformed route pickup and delivery of waste containers for various businesses
  • Follow delivery/pickup instructions from Dispatcher and/or Counter Personnel.
  • Performed shipment pickup and delivery within time requirements.
  • Provide efficient pickup and delivery service.
  • Monitored delivery performance and pickup performance.
  • Arrange pickup and delivery, maintain regulations
  • Deliver and pickup customer packages to various businesses, residents on assigned route in a safe and timely manner.
  • Keep record of pickups, gas use, wear on truck tires and perform general maintenance on the truck.
  • Deliver, pickup, and process time sensitive packages utilizing on board tracking system and automated data collection devices.
  • Operate a tractor-trailer or box truck over varying distances between the Company facility and customer delivery and pickup locations.
  • Analyzed delivery logistics and route destinations for list of customers, locations, for pickup or drop offs.
  • Transported television sets over prescribed route for deliver or pickup to be repaired or returned after repairs.
  • Delivered packages to customers at a safe manor and also performed daily scheduled pickups to meet customer needs
  • Make deliveries and pickups for residential and commercial locations throughout the Twin Cities and surrounding suburbs.
  • Set and maintain route schedule for container pickup and respond to customer needs as they arise.

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10. Route Delivery Driver

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Here's how Route Delivery Driver is used in Route Driver jobs:
  • Route delivery driver delivering orders to customers on a timely basis.
  • Route delivery driver and warehouse associate for local delivery company.
  • Route delivery driver for a beverage distribution company.
  • Route delivery driver, computer equipment delivers.
  • Route delivery driver and vendor management.
  • Route delivery driver with tractor trailer
  • Route delivery driver that transported Netflix merchandise from the facility to multiple post offices to be shipped out to customers.
  • Worked as a Route Delivery Driver operating a van delivering Office Depot supplies to local businesses and residential customers.
  • Route delivery driver making deliveries and pick-ups at residences and commercial locations in Frederick and Carroll Counties, Maryland.
  • Route delivery driver utilizing a combination vehicle to drive and make my deliveries within the Black Hills area.
  • Route delivery driver, delivering liquid CO2, and helium to food and other business establishments.
  • Route Delivery Driver, drive a truck or van with a capacity of under 26,000pounds.
  • Worked as high volume, time sensitive route delivery driver in fast paced environment.
  • Route delivery driver for a janitorial and paper supply company all around western NY.
  • Route Delivery driver, merchandiser, order preparation, and shipping and receiving.
  • Route delivery driver, driving a bobtail and 48 ft. trailer unloading products.
  • Functioned as a route delivery driver for grocery store and independent merchants.
  • Route delivery driver : bulk route driver to companies, and residential.
  • Route delivery driver, deliver propane to customers houses and company's.
  • Route Delivery Driver, delivering household goods to businesses and construction sites.

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11. Daily Route

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Here's how Daily Route is used in Route Driver jobs:
  • Performed daily route deliveries and pick-ups of medical oxygen cylinders and related products to LifeGas customers.
  • Organized daily routes and communicated with customers to ensure orders were executed properly.
  • Included organizing 20-50 individual customers into most efficient daily route schedule.
  • Delivered propane on daily routes to residential and commercial businesses.
  • Communicated daily route activities utilizing company van two way systems.
  • Reviewed and organized daily route according to customer locations.
  • Delivered office products/furniture to customers on daily route.
  • Managed inventory and balance daily route activities.
  • Delivered chemical Customers on a daily route
  • Completed necessary paperwork on daily route.
  • Loaded vehicle with daily supplies, ran daily route, stocked vending machines as needed and collected money from vending machines.
  • Required a good knowledge of the Twin Cities and surrounding areas to complete daily route in an efficient and timely manner.
  • Loaded product for daily routes Stocked vending machines in LR and NLR area Pulled money from machines daily Inventoried trucks weekly
  • Fork Lift Key Results: * Assisted Driver's with Daily route management by unloading and stocking customer's orders.
  • Completed daily routes by picking up clothing, small furniture and other household items and delivering items to retail stores.
  • Deliver McKesson pharmaceutical products to retail pharmacies and professional medical centers on a daily route of stops in south suburbs.
  • Performed a daily route for an Independent Contractor delivering and retrieving envelopes, boxes and sealed packages to various properties.
  • Deliver and service portable restrooms on daily route, also service of restaurant grease traps and holding tank pump outs
  • Load and unload merchandise, and reviewed deliveries at ending destination to determine correctness and completion of daily route.
  • Worked the daily routes to pick up donations so that they could be sent to the stores or warehouse.

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12. Tractor Trailers

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Here's how Tractor Trailers is used in Route Driver jobs:
  • Operated tractor trailers and delivered to over 140 Washington, DC public schools while maintaining flexibility on a number of routes.
  • Transport grocery products to various customers through- out Northwestern sates in 48' and 53' tractor trailers.
  • Drive tractor trailers, Report to warehouse to get route, deliver product, merchandise and build displays.
  • Operate vans and straight trucks (not tractor trailers) while observing all laws and safety rules.
  • Operated tractor trailers and straight trucks on local, out-of-town, and overnight routes.
  • Delivered beer and wine products via side load and dry van tractor trailers.
  • Operate tractor trailers, distribute product to dedicated clients and occasional customers.
  • Unload inbound freight and load outbound freight on tractor trailers.
  • Load and unload vans, straight trucks and tractor trailers.
  • Use a forklift to load and unload semi-tractor trailers.
  • Use of Class A license, driving tractor trailers.
  • Deliver merchandise to customers in tractor trailers.
  • Delivered dry good products in tractor trailers
  • Operated 20 bay side load tractor trailers which lead to the operation of 18 wheel day-cab tractor with 53 foot trailer.
  • Operated semi-tractor trailers with 10 speed road ranger and straight trucks.
  • Operated both refrigerated straight trucks and/or 48' tractor trailers.
  • Route Driver Drive semi tractor trailers.
  • Drive tractor trailers as well as straight trucks to a variety of customers on many different routes Heavy Lifting/Inventory Control/Customer Service/Time management
  • UNLOAD TRACTOR TRAILERS AND STRAIGHT TRUCKS Dispatcher/ Driver Routed and dispatched 20 drivers in the five boroughs and Long Island.

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13. Customer Relationships

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Here's how Customer Relationships is used in Route Driver jobs:
  • Maintained customer relationships by processing orders, and educating customers on new and existing products.
  • Communicated with customers and resolved problems within company guidelines; grew positive customer relationships.
  • Performed equipment loading, maintain customer relationships and delivering high-quality services and product delivery
  • Build positive customer relationships with primary contacts and resolve service issues if any
  • Demonstrated exceptional customer service skills while developing and establishing customer relationships.
  • Maintained customer relationships to ensure their satisfaction with services and product.
  • Managed excellent customer relationships and handled all retention issues accordingly.
  • Build positive customer relationships with primary store owners and associates.
  • Resolve customer complaints immediately and maintained excellent customer relationships.
  • Maintained outstanding customer relationships and problem solving.
  • Build and maintain quality customer relationships.
  • Managed customer orders and customer relationships.
  • Create strong and loyal customer relationships through exceeding customer expectations with customer service and product needs and knowledge.
  • Established long-term customer relationships with Bergen County Police academy and other clients through prompt and courteous service.
  • Build positive customer relationships with primary contacts at each store and resolved service issues.
  • Create and deliver to new accounts daily, while establishing strong customer relationships.
  • Establish customer relationships through courteous service and refer needs and questions to management.
  • Maintain customer relationships and sale product to referrals and walk-ins.
  • Reinforce current customer relationships while building new ones.
  • Established long-term customer relationships Resolved customer complaints Operated motor vehicles in a safe and efficient manner Verified loads against shipping papers.

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14. New Accounts

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Here's how New Accounts is used in Route Driver jobs:
  • Coordinated with Sales department on identification of potential new accounts.
  • Delivered uniforms and other items used for employees & customers, also sold from catalog and set up new accounts.
  • Maintained current accounts as well as marketed the company to gain new accounts, increase profits and drive sales.
  • Opened over 10 new accounts; duties included sales, cash handling, collections, and in-store service.
  • Serviced all machines and water units, developed new accounts, and remedied any client challenges.
  • Stocked vending machines, performed minor maintenance, collected money, and set up new accounts.
  • Added many new accounts yo our Co. And generally did my job the best I could.
  • Handled any concerns customers may have about refunds, improperly working machines, or new accounts.
  • Set up new accounts and delivered a container that was suitable for estimated oil output.
  • Procured new accounts through both oral and written proposals to businesses within the service industry.
  • Facilitated in growing business to open up new accounts while maintaining good customer relations.
  • Installed new accounts and removed company equipment from accounts that no longer required service.
  • Drive route servicing air freshener machines and up selling as well as selling new accounts
  • Marketed new accounts which increased profit by $3,000 to $8,000 monthly.
  • Call on perspective customers to explain company services or to solicit new accounts.
  • Recognized by management for adding and selling new accounts to increasing route density.
  • Provided sales, customer relations, account maintenance and solicitation of new accounts.
  • Up sold addition products to existing accounts and called on potential new accounts.
  • Created customer base with an average of 3 new accounts each year.
  • Up Sale to develop new accounts in the region of the route.

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15. Safe Driving

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Here's how Safe Driving is used in Route Driver jobs:
  • Recognized for outstanding professional achievement, earning Safe Driving Awards.
  • Deliver product to designated store locations and maintain safe driving conditions
  • Understand Department of Transportation regulations for safe driving requirements.
  • Demonstrate professional and safe driving competencies and appearance.
  • Provided daily transportation to children and teachers while following Texas and District regulations and policy for safe driving.
  • Maintained safe work environment and practiced safe driving at all times; checked and validated all orders.
  • Received safe driving award for maintaining an avoidable and unavoidable accident free record for 1 year.
  • Maintain safe driving of vehicle, Enter information into computer pad and download when finished.
  • Received many safe driving awards, including a 10 year and a 15 year award.
  • Maintain a safe driving record as defined by City of Huntsville Vehicle Safety Program.
  • Provided hard worth ethic and ensured safe driving practices at all times.
  • Maintain a safe driving record of a Class B commercial truck.
  • Practiced careful and defensive driving techniques to maintain safe driving record.
  • Practice of safe driving habits in company and personal vehicles.
  • Followed all rules, procedures for safe driving habits.
  • Handle orders and shipments-Unload and load trailers daily-Promote safe drivings
  • Adhered to accountable for maintaining safe driving habits.
  • Operated a vending truck and ensured safe driving.
  • Followed company safe driving rules and road laws.
  • Create and develop safe driving and lifting procedures.

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16. Hand Trucks

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Here's how Hand Trucks is used in Route Driver jobs:
  • Used lift gate, hand trucks and pump jacks to bring pallets off the truck and deliver products into stores.
  • Move product into stores using hand trucks and U-boats during peak shopping hours and weekends.
  • Utilize various types of hand trucks to assemble and transport customer orders.
  • Utilize material handling equipment, such as fork lifts and hand trucks.
  • Loaded products onto hand trucks to make delivery.
  • Experience in loading trucks and handling hand trucks.
  • Retrieve hand trucks and locate on truck.
  • Use hand trucks and U-boats to deliver cases, kegs, half kegs, 50-liter kegs and mini kegs.
  • hand trucks, able to lift 50+ lbs.

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17. Straight Truck

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Here's how Straight Truck is used in Route Driver jobs:
  • Delivered food products to customer homes on routes in the metro St. Louis and Chicago areas utilizing a refrigerated straight truck.
  • Route driver responsible for operating a straight truck or pup truck to deliver products to customers in an assigned route.
  • Deliver Welding Gas Products to various customers in a Class A Tractor Trailer Vehicle or a Class B Straight Truck.
  • Loaded my straight truck with retail merchandise, that was sitting on the floor of the main terminal.
  • Completed several routes across the state of Iowa and Illinois, using a straight truck with air brakes.
  • Delivered cleaning products and supplies to various local businesses via straight truck; maintained delivery logs and transaction records
  • Operated 32 foot refrigerated straight truck with air brakes to all 7-11 stores throughout Northern Virginia area.
  • Executed deliveries, used 26 foot straight truck with air brakes and 24 foot straight truck.
  • Delivered cokes- Drove 24 ft. straight truck with class B driver's license and air brake endorsement
  • Experienced in maintaining and safely driving straight trucks and combination vehicles with GVWR of 54,000+ lbs.
  • Load and unload straight truck, and to make deliveries on a designated route.
  • Drive straight trucks to various locations throughout the Twin Cities to fill vending machines.
  • Drive 26ft flatbed straight truck to deliver building materials for construction and land clearing.
  • Operated a Straight Truck and semi-trailer to transport finished goods, parts and materials.
  • Drive a compactor truck and straight truck to pick up recyclable material from customers.
  • Operate a straight truck loaded with medical compressed gas cylinders and medical liquid vessels.
  • Pick up and deliver food for Second Harvest Food Bank (straight truck).
  • Drive a straight truck / tractor trailer depending on freight being picked up.
  • Drive a 24-foot straight truck; successfully complete all deliveries within regular hours.
  • Route driver using straight truck delivering parts in and out of state.

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18. Customer Orders

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Here's how Customer Orders is used in Route Driver jobs:
  • Work efforts included obtaining soiled linens, preparing customer orders and returning items to company for cleansing and subsequent return delivery.
  • Delivered Coca-Cola beverages on a full-service route- Filled and maintained vending machines- Took customer orders and relayed them to management
  • Deliver customer orders in a timely matter* Collected payment as needed* Provided safety and security for high dollar freight
  • Provided excellent customer service and properly documented customer orders, route books and all required paperwork.
  • Prepared customer orders and associated payment receipts and prepared deposit transactions for company.
  • Deliver customer orders to business owners in a timely and professional manner.
  • Calculated customer orders; maintained proper billing and inventory during route.
  • Distribute customer orders to desired location and collect payment when necessary.
  • Produced pricing for customer orders with knowledge of product availability.
  • Deliver materials per customer orders, adjust to customers schedules
  • Picked and packed customer orders quickly and accurately.
  • Stocked warehouse inventory and pulled pending customer orders.
  • Delivered customer orders to assigned route locations.
  • Process customer orders for delivery.
  • Prepare customer orders for delivery.
  • Utilized hand-held computer to make and alter customer orders, receive payment for product and report any problems to higher authority.
  • Listened to and resolved customers' complaints regarding products or services, and write customer orders according to company guidelines.
  • Operated Fork Lifts to deliver products to customer orders in the 3P delivery network in a courteous and professional manner.
  • Bring back customer orders, instructions and communicate them to the supervisor, Collect payment from customer for C.O.D.
  • Use a palm pilot and computer to track, order, fill, deliver and pick up customer orders.

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19. Inventory Control

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Here's how Inventory Control is used in Route Driver jobs:
  • Maintained delivery route* Unloaded and loaded merchandise at set destinations* Inventory control within distribution center* Responsible for operating forklift to pull orders
  • Attained sufficient route inventory levels to meet customer demands while adhering to account inventory control and company distribution procedures.
  • Demonstrated excellent inventory control resulting in maximum earning potential and highest levels of customer satisfaction.
  • Assisted with daily warehouse operations including produce quality inspection and inventory control.
  • Maintained product inventory control and ordered product as needed.
  • Monitored customer stock to ensure consistent inventory control.
  • Purchased supplies and maintained effective inventory control.
  • Purchased Products, maintaining effective inventory control.
  • Maintained inventory control by restocking supplies.
  • Warehouse and inventory control responsibilities.
  • Inventory control of merchandise delivered.
  • Inventory control within distribution center.
  • Worked independently and unsupervised 98% of the work day, Inventory control, Customer Service, Settle all accounts daily.
  • Maintain necessary records and submit reports as needed to provide information on delivery, breakage, returns, and inventory control.
  • Service and Collections 95-07 Sun Coast Toys, ACM I/Sugar Loaf/Coinstar-Orlando Team Management, Inventory control, and Ordering.
  • Provided all facets of full service deliveries, including taking orders, stocking product, and in-store inventory control.
  • Establish rapports with local deli, meat and grocery managers, as well as store managers and inventory controls.
  • Coordinated with my immediate supervisor on sales forecasts, inventory control, price increases, and product changes.
  • Maintained five routes per week, excellent record of inventory control, temperature standards, and order management.
  • Inventory control and monitor temperatures of storage trailers, removal and staging of needed product for shipment.

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20. Grocery Store

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Here's how Grocery Store is used in Route Driver jobs:
  • Executed daily operations of delivering bread to several grocery stores and restaurants.
  • Delivered pharmaceuticals to grocery store chains and local neighborhood pharmacies.
  • Delivered company products to grocery stores throughout the metropolitan area.
  • Operated tractor-trailer to deliver to grocery stores.
  • Collect payments from independent convenient and grocery stores
  • Average eighteen stops a day; to gas stations, department stores, grocery stores, as well as some warehouses.
  • Delivered milk to various grocery stores, gas stations, hospitals, restaurants and colleges in the Middle Georgia region.
  • Direct delivery of frozen pizza and specialty items to grocery stores in Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia and West Virginia
  • Delivered various cold and room temperature items to gas stations and grocery stores in the Alabama and Georgia area.
  • Delivered company products to local school districts, grocery stores, and various other businesses in Missouri and Kansas.
  • Delivered company products, which include ice cream and other frozen food items, to designated grocery stores.
  • Worked with the grocery stores to set up our products so that they were appealing to all customers.
  • Delivered perishable goods to out of town Hy-Vee grocery stores Picked up return loads in route back to warehouse
  • Delivered bread to locations such as Acme, Roy Rogers, Dollar Tree and other local grocery stores.
  • Contracted route driver for Major Brands distributing liquor and wines to grocery stores gas stations restaurants, etc.
  • Packaged, shipped, and delivered all products on invoice orders to local and state wide grocery stores.
  • Provided efficient and safe delivery of natural foods to various grocery stores, colleges and government buildings.
  • Deliver soda to several accounts including grocery stores, and connivance stores and handle damaged product issues.
  • Delivered products to major chain grocery stores, shipping and receiving, inventory, stocking, and traveling
  • Serviced equipment in the areas of ice cream freezers, upright freezers, and grocery store freezers.

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21. On-Time Delivery

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Here's how On-Time Delivery is used in Route Driver jobs:
  • Coordinated route and package delivery to ensure on-time delivery and world-class customer service to customers with a positive attitude.
  • Improved the company/customer relationship by consistent on-time delivery.
  • Maintained an above average on-time delivery and pick up ratio as well as an exemplary safety record.
  • Work with others as a team to coordinate on-time delivery and excellent customer service.
  • Transport products via truck in a safe and efficient manner to ensure on-time delivery.
  • Ensured on-time delivery, assist with load/unload process and promote customer loyalty and retention.
  • Created daily vending-machine routes to ensure on-time delivery to all customers.

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22. Auto Parts

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Here's how Auto Parts is used in Route Driver jobs:
  • Delivered Toyota auto parts to southeast regional dealerships.
  • Rout delivery position delivering auto parts.
  • Deliver car parts to Advance Auto Parts stores 3 times a day on a timed schedule using my own vehicle.
  • Operated a box truck delivering after-market auto parts to stores and garages in MA, CT, and NH.
  • Pulled auto parts from warehouse locations, invoiced and loaded auto parts on to company van for delivery.
  • Deliver auto parts to dealerships in various cities and states, collect any monies owed, operate 24ft.
  • Deliver freight to both Auto Parts Stores and Stationary Stores using 24' & 26' trucks.
  • Drive route was 540 miles a night and supplying auto parts for dealerships and Agriculture equip dealers/farmers.
  • Route and on-demand delivery and pick up of aftermarket auto parts to mechanic shops and auto dealerships.
  • Job Duties: Deliver auto parts to Chrysler dealers using a 48ft lift gate equipped trailer.
  • Managed a route distribution of United Parcel Service for Advanced Auto Parts throughout the Southeast region.
  • Deliver auto parts for import and domestic vehicles to garages in the metro area and beyond.
  • Transported auto parts to Indiana one week and Illinois the next on a dedicated route.
  • Arranged auto parts around the yard, motors, transmissions, doors, etc.
  • Transported and delivered auto parts to ford dealerships in Louisiana from Houston, TX.
  • Deliver parts to NAPA Auto parts stores along the West side of Kansas.
  • Route delivery driver, delivering auto parts to car dealerships in Northern VA.
  • Drive truck to deliver auto parts and accessories to O'Reilly stores at night.
  • Dedicated delivery of Auto Parts to Individually Owned and Operated Parts Stores.
  • Delivered auto parts to auto shops and back and forth from Warehouse.

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23. Sort

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Here's how Sort is used in Route Driver jobs:
  • Sorted packages, delivered packages safely to there designated location.
  • Maintained records and sorted/arranged storage in truck for undelivered packages.
  • Sorted incoming packages and delivered according to specified routes.
  • Sorted, loaded and delivered pharmaceuticals
  • Worked as Hub manager, sorting 23 routes daily, ensuring accuracy of counts, performed duties including hiring and terminations.
  • Arrived each morning and checked route for all deliveries for the day, sort all products and organize for efficient delivery.
  • Deliver Packages for Amazon Inc. Also load and Sort own truck to maximize delivery time and Increase package per hour rate.
  • Receive, sort, and deliver medical supplies and prescribed medication to area hospitals, pharmacies, and medical offices.
  • Sorted and scanned mail packages, loaded and unloaded trucks and made sure I was on time for all stops.
  • Load vehicle with listed goods, ensuring goods are loaded correctly Unload and sort items collected along delivery routes.
  • Sorted mail in an organized and timely method to get the mail to the post office before 5:30 pm.
  • Received delivery truck to the warehouse and sorted freight or mail and loaded truck in accordance of delivery.
  • Collected food from supermarkets Take the food that was collected back to our main hub to be sorted.
  • Sorted and routed packages for delivery, assigned driver routes and coordinated pick times and addresses to drivers.
  • Completed established routes to pick up clients mail for sorting and applied proper postage to mail for clients.
  • Deliver product on established route sort product at warehouse work off manifest load and unload vehicle rotate stock.
  • Expedite the collection and sorting of business and first class mail for numerous companies in the metro area.
  • Worked in warehouse sorting packages to ensure safe, accurate, and timely delivery to customers.
  • Hand sort mail in the shop, wrap, bind and prepare for post office deliveries.
  • Sorted specimens, entered information via computer, racked, and prepared for cold tech storage.

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24. Customer Complaints

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Here's how Customer Complaints is used in Route Driver jobs:
  • Handled customer complaints, completed warehouse duties by conducting inventory, operating pallet floor jack, and occasionally operated forklift.
  • Completed customer sales and contracts, solved customer complaints and insured customer satisfaction
  • Handle customer complaints instantly while presenting an overall customer service.
  • Communicate customer complaints, request and feedback to company management.
  • Resolved customer complaints and adjuster orders.
  • Load vehicle, keep inventory, collect monies, assist with customer complaints, deliver product to customer's vending machines.
  • Worked directly under the District Manager to manage, coordinate, and diffuse all Customer complaints up through resolution.
  • Rotate outdated product out of machines, address and resolve minor machine problems and handle customer complaints.
  • Resolved customer complaints @ a driver level, all others would be referred to my supervisor.
  • Deliver packages in a responsible and timely manner Respond to customer complaints Maintain Fed Ex vehicle
  • Performed all deliveries in a safe and timely manner without any claims/customer complaints.
  • Handled customer complaints, and pursued further action from management if necessary.
  • Reduced customer complaints to .5% in less than three months.
  • Solve problems and manage the route drivers and any customer complaints.
  • Ask for feedback on provided services and resolve customer complaints.
  • Handled customer complaints and resolved issues within a professional manner.
  • Processed orders and following up on customer complaints and requests.
  • Resolved or reported any customer complaints or concerns.
  • Resolve or report customer complaints or machine malfunctions.
  • Followed up with customer complaints and requests.

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25. GPS

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Here's how GPS is used in Route Driver jobs:
  • Operated GPS to ensure customer satisfaction of punctuality of delivery.
  • Guided by route and GPS as a two man team we collected junk and debris from clients on that days route
  • Optimize strategies using various GPS programs designed to ensure customers are serviced in an effective and time efficient manner.
  • Obtained training in reading and understand of GPS navigation systems and on board computer functions and map grids.
  • Navigate routes making up to 30 stops throughout Maryland, DC, and Virginia with/without GPS assistance.
  • Drive a designated route with multiple stops using maps and GPS systems to locate address.
  • Use GPS scanners for communication, scanned inbound and outbound freight for SKU verification.
  • Use hand held device and GPS software to help navigate a timely route.
  • Use extensive knowledge of maps and GPS reading to optimize order of route.
  • Navigated using maps and/or GPS and planned route to fulfill customer needs.
  • Delivered electrical equipment to assigned businesses per route sheets and GPS.
  • Read and interpret maps and GPS directions for most efficient route.
  • Utilized maps, telephone books, and GPS systems to navigate.
  • Log into XATA system for GPS tracking and delivery confirmation.
  • Operate high tech, hand held computer with GPS capabilities.
  • Drive personal vehicle to deliver packages while using GPS navigation
  • Set & follow GPS to deliver packages on time.
  • Used GPS/Directions to locate delivery locations and address.
  • Show ability to use GPS and road maps.
  • Used GPS and Map reading skills daily.

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26. Food Preparation

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Here's how Food Preparation is used in Route Driver jobs:
  • Position responsibilities included: food preparation and delivery, merchandise stocking, maintenance and organization of work environment, cash handling
  • Followed federal food preparation regulations, and managed time effectively to provide good customer service experience.
  • Cleaned and sanitized food preparation areas in accordance with state and federal regulations.
  • Performed in-house food preparation/service and delivered catering orders to clients.
  • Provided excellent customer service, assisted with food preparation.
  • Resulted in successful food preparation and customer service.

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27. Customer Locations

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Here's how Customer Locations is used in Route Driver jobs:
  • Developed driving routes to maximize economical use of equipment and time.-Deliver products safely to customer locations.-Record D.O.T.
  • Verify contents of inventory against tickets orders prior to loading and unloading merchandise at customer locations.
  • Served as customer representative during delivery and sales calls to customer locations.
  • Deliver product to customer locations in accordance with delivery time windows.
  • Delivered beverages and performed stock rotation at customer locations.
  • Delivered and unloaded products to various customer locations.
  • Inventoried customer locations and delivered customer need.
  • Dispatched drivers to customer locations.
  • Provided dry ice and associated products/supplies to customer locations in Montgomery and Frederick Counties as well as local and out-of-state.
  • Unload and/or move freight at customer locations, using powered or manual equipment - as appropriate for work assignment.
  • Drive to and from customer locations Start pay: 1200 bi-weekly Reason for leaving: better benefits and shorter hours
  • Drive to existing customer locations, stock, restock, and keep all machines properly cleaned and filled.
  • Stock and clean snack, fresh food, soda, and coffee vending machines at customer locations.
  • Delivered high pressure cylinders, liquid containers, and hard goods between the branch and customer locations.
  • Drive truck over established route to deliver, stock, and stage product at customer locations.
  • Assist customers, merchandise and rotate product at customer locations, with occasionally building huge displays.
  • Loaded product into assigned vehicle and drove to customer locations according to the established schedule.
  • Drive to designated customer locations, empty container into truck and empties truck to landfill.
  • Pick up product at customer locations and deliver back to company plant for rendering.
  • Maintained trip logs reflecting customer locations, distance traveled, and fuel cost.

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28. Delivery Vehicles

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Here's how Delivery Vehicles is used in Route Driver jobs:
  • Motivated private contractor that utilized regular maintenance on delivery vehicles.
  • Loaded refrigerated delivery vehicles using hand and motorized forklifts.
  • Tasked with monitoring delivery vehicles for periodic maintenance.
  • Loaded and unloaded multiple delivery vehicles.
  • Maintained service records for delivery vehicles.
  • Maintained and cleaned delivery vehicles.
  • Perform minor maintenance on delivery vehicles
  • Operated various types of delivery vehicles within the Huntsville and Athens area to deliver coke products to various customers.
  • Perform safety checks on delivery vehicles and report daily to management the condition and any concerns surrounding the vehicle.
  • Experience driving commercial delivery vehicles - Step Van Vehicles P1200, P1000, P700 and Box Truck vehicles
  • Load and unload route delivery vehicles, maintain product inventory, maintain coffee delivery route.
  • Operated all types of delivery vehicles including manual transmissions and large 24-26 Ft. box trucks.
  • Cleaned, maintained, and performed minor maintenance on delivery vehicles on a regular basis.
  • Work as dock hand as needed to help load and unload other delivery vehicles.
  • Unloaded goods from large trucks and loaded them onto smaller delivery vehicles.
  • Performed daily inspection of packages, freight, and delivery vehicles.
  • Load, unload, prepare inspect and operate delivery vehicles.
  • Load and unload delivery vehicles before and after every shift.
  • Performed maintenance on delivery vehicles on a daily basis.
  • Drive delivery vehicles to merchandise customers stores.

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29. Convenience Stores

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Here's how Convenience Stores is used in Route Driver jobs:
  • Delivered product to convenience stores and businesses in Southwest Kansas and Southeastern Colorado.
  • Transported deliveries to local convenience stores
  • Managed a sales route with 10-15 regular stops per day that included convenience stores, gas stations, and independent supermarkets.
  • Delivered products to various retailers on an established route via dynamic dispatch including convenience stores, supermarkets, and drug stores.
  • Managed 10 route drives with sales routes that exceeded 300 stops at grocery stores, convenience stores, and gas stations.
  • Deliver and merchandise beer and non alcoholic products in convenience stores, supermarkets, restaurants, and bars.
  • Serviced an account base of 25-40 daily stops that included supermarkets, convenience stores, and gas stations.
  • Deliver product to customers including convenience stores, gas stations, supermarkets, drug stores, etc.
  • Delivered products to convenience stores in the Boston area on a timed basis and handled customer payments.
  • Deliver and merchandise accounts on specified route including grocery stores, convenience stores, and bars.
  • Drive tractor trailer along assigned route to deliver coca cola products to grocery and convenience stores.
  • Delivered groceries to restaurants, convenience stores, schools & concession vendors* Maintain daily paperwork of deliveries
  • Managed a sales route with 30+ regular stops that included grocery stores and convenience stores.
  • Managed, merchandised, and delivered bread products in a wide range of grocery/convenience stores.
  • Stocked and rotated the delivered products to convenience stores, grocery establishments and petroleum accounts.
  • Delivered Dolly Madison products to various grocery and convenience stores located throughout the Northwest suburbs.
  • Operated a class A commercial motor vehicle to deliver grocery freight to convenience stores.
  • Delivered products to grocery stores, small convenience stores and mom pop stores.
  • Operate tractor/trailer to pick-up refunded deposits from major retail and convenience stores.
  • Deliver goods to convenience stores in and out of the Houston area.

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30. Log Book

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Here's how Log Book is used in Route Driver jobs:
  • Completed log books and other paperwork accurately.
  • Comply with Department of Transportation and company procedures, including updating of daily trip sheets, log books, safety inspections.
  • Maintain vehicles, keep log books, deliver in time windows, Handle customer service and paperwork for orders.
  • Assured all paper work, log books, and vehicle documents were up to date and properly documented.
  • Balance inventory and log book * Load and unload freight for pick up and delivery to customers
  • Company used paper logs and thus responsible for making accurate and legible notations in log book.
  • Utilized company log books and load trackers to secure customer cargo both receiving and delivery.
  • Start my full post trip and finishing my trip sheet including my log book.
  • Obtained OTR log books and safe driving skills away from home 2 weeks at time
  • Truck log book was filled out daily at the beginning of each shift.
  • Maintained daily driver log books, insuring an accurate account of hours driven.
  • Follow and abide the rules and regulations of the DMVR/Handle a Federal Log Book
  • Maintain daily time, mileage, paperwork in log book each day.
  • Experience in keeping a manifest and log book at all times.
  • Conducted safety meetings and evaluated daily reports and log books.
  • Maintain log books, assist in moving trailers as requested.
  • Maintained log book for number of specimens picked up.
  • Filled out all necessary paper work including DOT log books
  • Maintained vehicle log book and daily time schedule.
  • Handled paperwork and up to date log books.

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31. Company Truck

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Here's how Company Truck is used in Route Driver jobs:
  • Operated company trucks over established routes to provide product deliveries to customers within specific time schedules.
  • Loaded and operated company truck delivering product to customer locations across West Michigan.
  • Maintained company trucks upkeep and replenished any necessary fluids.
  • Delivered semi-truck parts throughout southwest Indiana using company truck.
  • Drive company trucks with a capacity of less than 26,000 pounds Gross Vehicle Weight (GVW), through Phoenix.
  • Drive company trucks making prompt on-schedule deliveries and pick-ups while notifying management of any delays in the delivery schedule.
  • Included mowing, trimming grass and plants/trees, driving company trucks and being lead person of 4-5 person crew.
  • Loaded and unloaded company trucks using fork lifts as well as picking and pulling orders for customers.
  • Service my customers by obtaining there old belongings and dumping there product in our company truck for removal
  • Drive a company truck to various places in multiple cities to fill and refill vending machines.
  • Unload delivery truck and restock merchandise to the floor and/or stockroom, while maintaining company truck.
  • Uploaded RTI delivery trucks; refueled and washed company trucks for next day oil delivery.
  • Loaded the company truck as well as assisting other employees loading their vehicles.
  • Operate and maintain a clean company truck in a safe and professional manner.2.
  • Drive company trucks to make deliveries of water to commercial and residential customers.
  • Organized orders on pallets and help count deliveries made by company trucks.
  • Operated company truck and delivered product to various locations in southwest Ohio.
  • Drive company trucks to correct locations, and sell product to customers.
  • Drive company truck to each account to make delivery and sell product.
  • Drive various types of company trucks on an LTL city freight route.

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32. Dairy Products

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Here's how Dairy Products is used in Route Driver jobs:
  • Deliver dairy products to corporate consumers.
  • Delivered dairy products to customers daily.
  • Scheduled, loaded, and delivered dairy products for an established route of up to 30 clients per day.
  • Deliver cold dairy products to area schools, c-stores, county jails, family dollar and dollar general.
  • Delivered dairy products throughout Maine, New Hampshire, and Massachusetts in class A and class B trucks.
  • Operate a CDL- B truck to deliver dairy products to commercial customers in the New England area.
  • Pick up and deliver dairy products to various milk plants in Wisconsin, Minnesota and Iowa.
  • Route sales of dairy products to local stores, restaurants, ski resort, schools.
  • Deliver dairy products on an established route to ensure customer satisfaction with goods and service.
  • Delivered milk and dairy products to schools, nursing homes, hospitals, etc.
  • Deliver dairy products into restaurant and grocery stores throughout the Columbus, Ohio area.
  • Loaded and delivered dairy products on a set route throughout the Houston area.
  • Operated a refrigerated truck to transport dairy products, averaging 25 stops daily.
  • Delivered dairy products from dairy to Kroger stores throughout state of Texas.
  • Deliver dairy products to grocery stores, restaurants, and nursing homes.
  • Deliver milk and other dairy products to customers across the u.p.
  • Maintained inventory and re-stocking of dairy products at customer's site.
  • Supply schools, stores nursing homes and restaurants with dairy products.
  • Maintained temperatures on all dairy products according to companies guide line.
  • Deliver milk and other dairy products on an established route.

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33. Weather Conditions

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Here's how Weather Conditions is used in Route Driver jobs:
  • Experienced driver under inclement weather conditions; over 7 years of safe driving experience and over 8,000 miles accident free.
  • Drive a delivery bay and/or traitor trailer across a wide range of weather conditions and bring products into the store.
  • Run with full understanding of all weather conditions that they may encounter in the process of running an assigned route.
  • Utilized route books and computerized routing system in all weather conditions.
  • Drive 130 plus miles per night in all weather conditions.
  • Performed within company's policies under severe weather conditions.
  • Performed work duties in various weather conditions.
  • Worked in all weather conditions outdoors.
  • Work in all types of weather conditions
  • Drive in all various weather conditions.
  • Delivered in all weather conditions.
  • Operated a tractor-trailer combination in urban, suburban, and rural environments and in all types of weather conditions.
  • Performed duties under all weather conditions Able to lift and carry 50 lbs or more.
  • deliver and set up medical equipment in all weather conditions.
  • Operate tractor-trailer delivering milk Maintain reefer controls Work outdoors in all weather conditions
  • Loaded and unloaded delivery trucks Processed garment repairs or replacements Handled customer payments working in different weather conditions
  • Picked up 800-1200 homes daily on residential routes.Completed 12 hour logs ifnecessary per DOT compliance.Operated in all weather conditions safely.

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34. Hazmat

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Here's how Hazmat is used in Route Driver jobs:
  • Obtained a B license with HAZMAT certification and operated the vehicle with no safety violations.
  • Rout driver Valid CDL with HazMat and Air Brake Endorsements sale propane and appliances
  • Inspect vehicle and load for safety and HazMat regulations being met.
  • Maintained compliance with DOT, HAZMAT and safety regulations.
  • Maintain appropriate driver license with HAZMAT & TANKERS endorsements.
  • Required Class C CDL / HAZMAT Endorsement.
  • Followed DOT regulations regarding Hazmat products policies and procedures.
  • Deliver packages in a timely manner and load delivery vehicle* DOT compliant and HAZMAT knowledgeable* Familiar with area roads and highways
  • Route delivery, Air shuttle, Unload and load trucks and trailersTrained and certified HAZMAT and Commercial Driver
  • Selected Achievements: Completed extensive training in HAZMAT handling, as well as certification in forklift operations.
  • Demonstrated awareness of safety and security in compliance with DOT, Hazmat, and Far 109 policies.
  • Comply with all Hazmat and DOT regulations and maintain appropriate CDL and medical certification card.
  • Managed route driver's delivery schedules and drive times Class A CDL With Hazmat
  • Maintained truck log and Hazmat sheets, according to state and federal regulations.
  • Filled up Co2 tank for stores restaurant and Beer company drive hazmat truck
  • Completed Smith System, including quarterly review of Hazmat and Safety Training.
  • Secure pick up of Hazmat samples in Indiana and surrounding states.
  • Transport and delivery of hazmat chemicals and supplies throughout the Delaware Valley
  • Hand held device for maintaining inventory control with a hazmat manifest.
  • Trained in the proper packaging and transport of Hazmat materials.

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35. Customer Accounts

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Here's how Customer Accounts is used in Route Driver jobs:
  • Maintain comprehensive delivery records and facilitate management of customer accounts by placing orders, collecting payments, and providing records transaction.
  • Maintained and monitored hand-held computer that tabulated customer accounts and routing schedules.
  • Communicated with customer accounts and addressed concerns or complaints.
  • Maintain customer accounts and machines Stock machines Customer Service
  • Performed inside delivery for customer accounts.
  • Service customer accounts for document destruction.
  • Provide product delivery to customer accounts.
  • Monitored customer accounts and inventory.
  • Included ordering of stock, detailed inventory, delivery to and service of customer accounts in a timely and contentious manner.
  • Utilized hand-held computer to track and improve sales, inventory, customer accounts, ordering of product, and product activity.
  • Covered assigned routes, provided excellent customer service, trained new employees, and filed receipts and customer accounts documentations.
  • Drive flatbed and tanker trucks to customer locations, generate leads for new customer accounts, fill and repair propane tanks
  • Fill vending machines at customer accounts with excellent service, operating a box truck to get to customers every day.
  • Route Reliever Relieved Independent Drivers during vacation times, by running routes and maintaining stock for customer accounts.
  • Handle customer accounts; stock shelves; keep track of inventory; rotate stock; build displays.
  • Delivered an average of 15-20 stocked pallets of merchandise daily to customer accounts throughout Northern Virginia.
  • Presented invoices and receipts for collection of payments for goods delivered or loaded to customer accounts.
  • Route Driver/salesman - Delivered products to an average of 14 - 18 customer accounts, daily.
  • Drive tractor trailer to customer accounts and unload product via handcart to proper locations inside account
  • Managed beverage, food, and snack vending machines for 20 individual customer accounts.

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36. Traffic Laws

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Here's how Traffic Laws is used in Route Driver jobs:
  • Comply consistently with all traffic laws, safety regulations, Department of Transportation requirements, and state liquor laws.
  • Transport and deliver all products/materials from warehouse to destination while obeying all traffic laws on a designated route.
  • Collect cash travel to different company filling vending machines obeying traffic laws drove a box truck.
  • Obey all traffic laws, and use all precautions to safely drive 100-300 miles nightly.
  • Updated work log daily, followed company procedures, safety regulations and traffic laws.
  • Obeyed all traffic laws, and followed established traffic and transportation procedures.
  • Maintained care of delivery truck, refueling and obeying traffic laws.
  • Follow traffic and street signs and adhere to all traffic laws.
  • Follow DOT regulations, safety standards and obey traffic laws.
  • Obey all traffic laws while operating vehicle throughout the day.
  • Obey traffic laws and state and federal transit regulations.
  • Operate vans/commercial trucks safely, obey all traffic laws.
  • Obey all traffic laws and weight limits.
  • Deliver food Obeyed traffic laws.
  • Deliver fuel Obeyed traffic laws.
  • Follow all traffic laws accordingly.
  • Obeyed traffic laws and followedestablished traffic and transportation procedures.
  • Obey traffic laws and follow established traffic and transportation Procedures deliver 33 pounds of propane and pick up empty cylinders
  • Deliver product in a timely manner* Obey all traffic laws* Organize truck and sequence route* Inspect truck daily for safety
  • Obey traffic laws and ensure packages are delivered accurately and safely.

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37. New Drivers

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Here's how New Drivers is used in Route Driver jobs:
  • Frequent opportunities to training new drivers and ensuring they understand the organizational policies and procedures.
  • Establish new customers *Trained new drivers *Redesigned routes
  • Trained new drivers to safely operate vehicles to complete a route in assigned area and comply with company procedures.
  • Crossed trained as a route driver on all routes and also was the trainer for any new drivers.
  • Trained multiple new drivers on practices and procedures as well as preparing them for CDL certification.
  • Train new drivers on company policy and proper procedure of lifting and loading hand cart.
  • Served on company Driver-Safety Committee, and assisted with training and orientation of new drivers.
  • Trained all new drivers coming on with the company, with company policies and procedures.
  • Helped train new drivers on various routes inside and outside of the Birmingham area.
  • Trained other new drivers so they knew what to expect and to do.
  • Trained and managed new drivers on the company's policy and procedures.
  • Trained new drivers in how to run their routes picking and deliveries.
  • Served as a resource for the training and development of new drivers.
  • Train new drivers with, trucks, routes and company practices.
  • Assisted in the training of new drivers and route driver helpers.
  • Trained and coached new drivers as required and oversaw route management.
  • Supervised and trained new drivers in company's procedures and policies.
  • Trained new drivers, and assisted other drivers as needed.
  • Assisted new drivers to obtain a commercial driver's license.
  • Trained new drivers on routes and handling of material.

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38. Handheld Computer

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Here's how Handheld Computer is used in Route Driver jobs:
  • Service all scheduled customers operate handheld computer inputting data, entering transactions, printing invoices
  • Entered inventory into program on handheld computer to remotely order products and replenish supply.
  • Record sales or delivery information on daily sales or delivery record using handheld computer.
  • Ordered and delivered inventory to individual retailers-Accepted payment from small businesses with handheld computer
  • Operate handheld computer for execution of orders and maintenance of inventory.
  • Record transactions and activity via handheld computer.
  • Recorded delivery information using a handheld computer.
  • Generate customer orders using a handheld computer.
  • Input of data into handheld computer.flooring installation
  • Restock, Rotate and Merchandise products for point of sale, maintain accurate product and inventory data via handheld computer.
  • Averaged between 20 to 50 deliveries a day with those being broken up into 2-hour windows operated handheld computer scanner.
  • Operated equipment such as hand trucks, break downs, and handheld computers through various terrain and weather conditions.
  • Utilized a handheld computer to track inventory and place future orders for the account that I was currently servicing.
  • Use of handheld computer to place orders and portable printer to make hard copies of orders mentioned for customers.
  • Work with handheld computer device with route and product information to sync with collection of money and product numbers.
  • Operate handheld computer to generate invoices and to give credit on damaged and out of date products.
  • Operated handheld computer system to fulfill and track all deliveries, as well as print invoices.
  • Load van, drive over 200 miles per day delivering packages, handheld computer operation.
  • Collect payment from customers and re-order products for next visit using company handheld computers.
  • Used a handheld computer to inventory stock at food marts and grocery stores.

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39. DOT

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Here's how DOT is used in Route Driver jobs:
  • Subject to DOT Law, safety sensitive position requiring professionalism and awareness.
  • Maintained Driver Logs and performed necessary DOT inspections on assigned equipment.
  • Performed Company and Federal DOT administrative paperwork to meet compliance regulations.
  • Followed DOT rules and regulations with exceptional accuracy and diligence.
  • Experienced in transporting and handling hazardous materials within DOT regulations.
  • Filled vending machines Performed weekly inventory counts Prepared daily DOT paperwork
  • Demonstrated consistent compliance with DOT regulations and safety standards.
  • Followed company policies, DOT restrictions and documentation procedures.
  • Delivered packages and boxes within an assigned work area, while following proper safety protocols and following DOT regulations and requirements.
  • Maintained records which included vehicle safety inspections (DVIR), cargo manifests, and invoices in accordance with DOT regulations.
  • Front load and rear load dumpster services, abide by DOT and OSHA regulations, operate end loader and other equipment.
  • Created system of organization and daily filing of DOT daily driver's reports and DOT log sheets to meet standards.
  • Load and Unload cylinders, maintain proper DOT and HAZ-MAT manifest, proper weight distribution and proper placarding of vehicle.
  • Provided direct customer service, rotated stock within accounts, collected payment and handled all required route and DOT paperwork.
  • Company sales leads Skills Used I have extensive trip planning, geography and DOT regulations knowledge and defensive driver training.
  • Maintain all vehicle inspection reports, crane reports, and bill of ladings along with driver logs per DOT requirements.
  • Complete all required documents pertaining to delivery, pick up, Federal Motor Carrier/DOT, food safety and inventory custody.
  • Deliver products to customers on a designated route, in a timely and courteous manner according to Federal DOT regulations.
  • Maintain a valid Class A or Class B CDL (based on established route) and current DOT medical card.
  • Adhere to all company, local, state and federal rules/regulations inclusive to, DOT, OSHA and eat.

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40. Route Truck

low Demand
Here's how Route Truck is used in Route Driver jobs:
  • Loaded delivery route trucks nightly using material handling equipment in accordance with established corporate policy.
  • Loaded/unloaded assigned route truck and vehicle inspection.
  • Worked both individually and jointly to pull orders from warehouse and load onto proper route trucks in correct order for delivery.
  • Provide service and supply of multiple sites within company and manage inventory in route truck to match client's daily orders/needs.
  • Load Route Truck, Drive to Vending Locations to Service and Fill vending Machines meeting all client needs while on location.
  • Loaded all local route trucks first thing of a morning, then took my route for the day and started deliveries.
  • Train recent CDL graduates in becoming confident, capable route truck drivers, and incorporate and encourage safety driving abilities.
  • Use a tow motor on a daily basis in assisting with loading trash truck and loading or unloading route trucks.
  • Maintained knowledge of all the delivery routes from the home depot and assisted with the route truck daily maintenance.
  • Required to do physical inventory of route truck each week and maintain inventory within set allowances.
  • Collected money from vending machines and ordered product to be stocked on route truck.
  • Fix all route trucks and make sure they are safely prepared for the trip.
  • Loaded and unloaded Semi trucks to distribute to the proper route trucks for delivery.
  • Drive route truck on established route to deliver and stock wine to customers businesses.
  • Loaded and unloaded the route truck with the product needed for each day.
  • Drive route truck to deliver vending machine goods to the proper location.
  • Keep an account of Inventory and maintenance and cleaning of route truck.
  • Drive route truck to deliver product to various businesses in Southeast Iowa.
  • Restock and rotate product in route truck, while keeping accurate inventory.
  • Operated a semi-trailer and route trucks for delivery of various newspapers.

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41. Company Policies

low Demand
Here's how Company Policies is used in Route Driver jobs:
  • Follow company policies/procedures regarding new customers, managing customer needs and all aspects of service.
  • Followed all company policies and procedures and safely operated company's vehicles.
  • Operate assigned buses with specified routes following established company policies and procedures.
  • Bottled/assembled and labeled five-gallon water jugs according to company policies/procedures.
  • Ensured compliance with regulatory and company policies and procedures
  • Comply with established Company policies and procedures.
  • Comply with all company policies and federal, state and local rules and regulations regarding the safe transport of hazardous materials.
  • Maintained the Sales Floor in accordance with Company policies and properly zoning the area, arranging and organizing merchandise.
  • Followed company policies for the delivery of merchandise as it applied to accuracy, timing, and customer service.
  • Scanned and printed end of day package drop-offs, returns, and damaged goods according to company policies.
  • Complied with all applicable laws/regulations, as well as company policies/procedures and performed other duties as required.
  • Comply with all company policies, safety policies and procedures, and DOT and OSHA requirements.
  • Teach job details and company policies to new employees while training them for route delivery.
  • Attended all required company meetings and adhere to all safety practices and company policies.
  • Display a clear understanding of company policies and ability to administer as needed.
  • Maintain positive relationships with all customers and follow all company policies and procedures.
  • Assisted in resolving customer service issues while adhering to company policies.
  • Trained new employees on routes, including company policies and procedures.
  • Performed all work in compliance of company policies and procedures.
  • Adhere to all company policies for safety and professionalism.

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42. Fedex

low Demand
Here's how Fedex is used in Route Driver jobs:
  • Deliver McKesson Pharmaceuticals and FedEx Parcel Post
  • Loaded truck then delivered FedEx to all post offices on route also picked up and delivered additional 10-15 deliveries on route.
  • Provided courteous and efficient pick-up and delivery of packages in compliance with FedEx Ground standards in the East Tennessee area.
  • Switched to a local FedEx Ground delivery route in northeast Alabama, averaging 120 residential stops per day.
  • Answer customer questions on FedEx service features and keep customers informed about the company and its services.
  • Picked up and delivered cargo in a FedEx truck using knowledge of roads, highways and interstates.
  • Provided outstanding customer service while upholding the well established reputation of the company as a FedEx driver.
  • Accepted into FedEx management program, to include route planning and supervising of FedEx employees.
  • Utilize a hand held scanner as well as software specific to the FedEx company.
  • Completed all necessary paperwork and checked shipments for confirmation to FedEx features of service.
  • Drive route delivering packages for FedEx ground and home delivery.
  • Manage and run a delivery route for FedEx Ground.
  • Route delivery driver for FedEx Ground and Home Delivery.
  • Train new employees of FedEx procedures, best practices.
  • Operated a FedEx Ground Route (Contractor Owned).
  • Delivered to customers and business from FEDEX warehouse.
  • Implement the FedEx SAFE program* Download and clear scanner
  • Use FedEx radio for field and office communications.
  • Approved FedEx delivery driver for HD and ground
  • Run an assigned route delivering FedEx packages.

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43. Pepsi

low Demand
Here's how Pepsi is used in Route Driver jobs:
  • Partnered with management and established customer release routes, ensuring timely delivery of Pepsi products.
  • Maintained a fast pace delivery schedule while delivering Pepsi-cola products.
  • Delivered Pepsi products to businesses, merchandised, customer service/sales
  • Introduced new product to customer resulting in a boost of sales along my route of delivery, at Pepsi Cola.
  • Served as a driver delivering Pepsi products throughout the Houston area to both commercial and private businesses.
  • Used company box trucks to fill and maintained snack, Pepsi, and Coke vending machines.
  • Job duties include selling and distributing Pepsi Products to stores throughout Harlan and Leslie counties.
  • Delivered Pepsi products to retail establishments and setup and maintained store displays.
  • Delivered Pepsi products to various businesses with in the Pee Dee area.
  • Direct Store Delivery of Pepsi products, product set up and displays.
  • Delivered coke, Pepsi and snacks products to 25 clients daily.
  • Route driver responsible for delivery of Pepsi product to retail stores
  • Delivered Pepsi bottled products to restaurants and stores throughout Vermont.
  • Delivered Pepsi beverages and products to companies on local route.
  • Distributed and retailed Pepsi's complete line of quality products.
  • Present and distribute Pepsi products, promotions and in-store advertising.
  • Delivered Pepsi products throughout the Tidewater area to various vendors.
  • Increased overall sales of Pepsi products as a route driver.
  • Route delivery driver of Pepsi products to specified market area.
  • Sell Pepsi-Cola products to a large customer base.

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44. Truck Inventory

low Demand
Here's how Truck Inventory is used in Route Driver jobs:
  • Maintained 100% accountability of daily cash/charge payments reconciling against truck inventory.
  • Maintained accurate records of truck inventory and product movement to machine inventory.
  • Performed ordering and truck inventory functions using a hand-held computer unit.
  • Maintained cleanliness of equipment and accurate service records of truck inventory.
  • Maintain proper truck inventory through accurate daily invoicing.
  • Perform machine inventory daily and truck inventory weekly.
  • Conduct truck inventory on a weekly basis and machine inventories as assigned, ensured machines are cleaned and working.
  • Load trucks with product for daily delivery, monitor truck inventory, and balance route collections.
  • Handled storage of machine funds, and kept daily records of funds and truck inventory.
  • Verify out truck inventory to insure accuracy of total cases before leaving the property.
  • Check trucks to make sure they are safe to drive and truck inventory check.
  • Verified daily loads by comparing load sheets with truck inventory before leaving plant.
  • Worked with DIAD Board 4 technology, tablet that handles daily truck inventory.
  • Maintain truck inventory; stock machines; collect monies; provide customer service.
  • Maintain truck inventory, restock and order new product as needed.
  • Download Motorola 1800 daily to reconcile daily sales and truck inventory.
  • Maintained truck inventory including the ordering of milk for route.
  • Reorganized and rerouted truck inventory and truck route for drivers.
  • Verify on-truck inventory at the beginning of every day.
  • Complete truck inventory every Tuesday after route is completed.

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45. COD

low Demand
Here's how COD is used in Route Driver jobs:
  • Documented all deliveries and pick-ups using scanner utilizing correct scanner codes, following safety regulations and providing exceptional customer service.
  • Code enforcement and compliance in environmental waste performed.
  • Provided daily reconciliations of COD customer invoices.
  • Load truck with packages sorted by zip code and address and deliver within time period allocated for each package.
  • Deliver welding, medical and specialty gases and liquids to customer specification obtained signature and payment on cod orders.
  • Supervised a fleet of drivers over several zip codes with flawless results in driving the delivery and pick process.
  • Utilized computers to document deliveries, DOT logs, scan bar codes, check and regulate food temperatures.
  • Collect cash or checks on COD accounts and balance out inventory as well as money at end day.
  • Rotated customer stock when necessary, collection of cash from COD Customers, and assuring of timely deliveries.
  • Pull any out-of-code or damaged products and credit the account for any items removed from the shelf.
  • Documented all deliveries and pick-ups using scanner while using correct scanner codes were used at all times.
  • Interpreted shelf life codes expiration and inspection dates and follow stock rotation protocol in handling of material.
  • Keep track of all product count, signed invoices and cash or checks when for COD accounts.
  • Rotated beer within accounts, making sure most current code dates were being sold.
  • Delivered tire shipments to customers on assigned route and process returns/COD payments as necessary.
  • Install machines, making the necessary water and electrical connections in compliance with codes.
  • Learn the product freshness code system and never leave out-of-code product in an account.
  • Perform HIGH Volume of phone and Internet wiring up to company regulations and code.
  • Inspected the temperatures of products add bar codes to keep track of inspected products.
  • Collect on all COD accounts or invoice clients that were on bill cycle.

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46. Safe Operation

low Demand
Here's how Safe Operation is used in Route Driver jobs:
  • Mix concrete product to customers specifications, pour product where needed and assure safe operation of commercial vehicle.
  • Managed a safe operation of a commercial vehicle transporting a tank for chemical and waste compartment.
  • Maintain safe operation that comply with DOT regulations and will maintain truck operating efficiency.
  • Conducted the safe operation of a walk-behind electric forklift on a daily basis.
  • Practice safe operation of vehicles according to company and DOT guidelines.
  • Maintained smooth and safe operation of vehicle.
  • Maintained safe operation and clean appearance.
  • Prioritized clean appearance and safe operations in compliance with the organization'soperational policies, procedures and standards.
  • Performed pre-inspection of vehicle to ensure safe operation.
  • Complete daily safety checks and pre-trip inspection on assigned equipment to ensure safe operation.
  • Perform pre and post trip inspections on commercial vehicle to ensure safe operation.
  • Performed safety checks on my truck to ensure safe operations with the vechicle.
  • Unload product of varying size and weightMaintains safe operation and clean appearance
  • Qualified as 2016 safe driver.Skills UsedSafe operation of delivery vehicle.
  • Load prepare, inspect and safe operation of Commericial Truck.

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47. Different Routes

low Demand
Here's how Different Routes is used in Route Driver jobs:
  • Read maps, follow written and verbal geographical directions, and memorize up to 30 different routes.
  • Delivered company materials and items to different addresses and through different routes in the Albany area.
  • Pick up residential recyclables from curbside bins on different routes with in Palm Beach County FL.
  • Covered approximately 15 different routes while in relief coverage capacity; then assigned own route.
  • Cover other employees shifts on multiple different routes while they're on vacation or unavailable.
  • Executed vacation driving schedule for eighty different routes, maintain 99% service rating.
  • Count all collections from different routes and reconcile it against their inventory cards.
  • Deliver food items and stock markets between different addresses and through different routes.
  • Deliver a wide variety of items to different addresses and through different routes
  • Follow different routes each day and adjust for traffic and new customers.
  • Deliver brick to different addresses (commercial/residential) and through different routes.
  • Deliver good customer service on four different routes during the week.
  • Deliver bottled water to customers on 20 different routes per month
  • Served three different routes, including after school activities run.
  • Have been given about 8 different routes to date.
  • Trained new employees on different routes and territories.
  • Manage 6 different routes as well as markets
  • Run different routes when drivers were out.
  • Drive different routes to fill vending machines.
  • Deliver product to different routes and locations.

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48. Efficient Routes

low Demand
Here's how Efficient Routes is used in Route Driver jobs:
  • Provided front-line customer relations, recorded transactions with industry-standard scanning devices, and utilized map-reading skills to plan efficient routes.
  • Completed on time delivers by choosing the best and most efficient routes.
  • Charted most efficient routes to ensure prompt deliveries using maps and GPS.
  • Planned and followed the most efficient routes for delivery of goods.
  • Complete on-time deliveries by choosing the best and most efficient routes.
  • Coordinated quickest and most efficient routes for daily deliveries.
  • Accessed Internet for most efficient routes and traffic reports.

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49. Timely Fashion

low Demand
Here's how Timely Fashion is used in Route Driver jobs:
  • Worked in the Shipping and Receiving Department, Delivered and Picked up DHL packages in a safe and timely fashion.
  • Transported within MA, NH and RI in a correct and timely fashion.
  • Distribute perishables and dry goods to customers at a timely fashion.
  • Deliver product in a safe and timely fashion.
  • Delivered freight in timely fashion.
  • Delivered 50 machines daily and inspected/delivered windshields in a timely fashion.
  • Provided excellent customer service in a timely fashion.
  • Deliver correct orders to customers in timely fashion Maintain routes to meet customer needs in a prompt and professional manner
  • Pull orders from stock, load truck, route daily deliveries, make deliveries in a timely fashion.
  • Make sure that client's packages are delivered in a timely fashion in a fast pace environment.
  • Route the truck accordingly and deliver the packages in a timely fashion while maintaining great customer service.
  • Deliver products to contracted customers on various routes in a timely fashion, while providing customer service.
  • Handled paperwork needed to ensure the appliances were delivered and installed in a timely fashion.
  • Head out on route to deliver groceries to customer s home s in a timely fashion
  • Transport students in a timely fashion while providing a safe and welcoming environment.
  • Job requirements: Deliver newspaper to customers in a timely fashion.
  • Deliver newspapers 7 days a week in a timely fashion;
  • Listened to requests and full-filled them in a timely fashion.
  • Report issues to management in a timely fashion.
  • Deliver all product in a timely fashion.

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50. Retail Store

low Demand
Here's how Retail Store is used in Route Driver jobs:
  • Collaborated with retail store management to ensure products were well-stocked.
  • Carry out assigned route and sales objectives for each day, driving to multiple convenience, grocery, and retail stores.
  • Delivered magazines to retail stores, stocked and maintained magazine shelves, trained new merchandisers, worked in warehouse loading trucks.
  • Put up promotional and new item displays in retail stores; took note of how well new and promotional items sell.
  • Deliver products to retail stores on a daily basis and interact with customers and clients in a customer oriented manner.
  • Drive truck safely to major retail stores, interact with employers and build relationships with receivers at each store.
  • Interacted with state inspectors and retail store leadership for state liquid propane regulatory compliance avoiding safety issues and fines.
  • Sell and deliver goods to retail stores, local business, and residential customers on specified routes or schedules.
  • Sell, deliver and/or merchandise products at retail stores where routes are open within a designated geographic area.
  • Called on retail stores to solicit business, secure shelf space, collect payments and other duties.
  • Delivered magazines to local and out of town retail stores; merchandised the product within each store.
  • Delivered auto parts to different retail stores -Was responsible for safe, timely, and quality store deliveries
  • Delivered magazines and books to local retail stores and replaced expired titles with current titles.
  • Pick up freight from Target Distribution Center and delivered to Surrounding area Target retail stores.
  • Detailed Oriented with magazines always 100% with cleanliness and neatness with every retail store.
  • Supported and merchandised all company products to local standards within retail store, as needed.
  • Used company cargo van to deliver newspapers to retail stores and outside newspaper racks.
  • Prompt delivery of magazines and books to retail stores in the greater Houston area.
  • Deliver milk to various retail stores, convenience stores, schools, and warehouses.
  • Operated dry-van and bobtail trucks for delivering merchandise to retail stores and pick-ups.

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20 Most Common Skill for a Route Driver

Delivery Trucks30.7%
Customer Service17.5%
Company Vehicle11.5%
Safety Procedures8.5%
Pre-Trip Inspections3.3%
CDL3.2%
Unload Trucks3%
Pallet Jack3%

Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Route Driver

RankSkillPercentage of ResumesPercentage
1
1
Delivery Trucks
Delivery Trucks
24.9%
24.9%
2
2
Customer Service
Customer Service
14.2%
14.2%
3
3
Company Vehicle
Company Vehicle
9.3%
9.3%
4
4
Safety Procedures
Safety Procedures
6.9%
6.9%
5
5
Pre-Trip Inspections
Pre-Trip Inspections
2.7%
2.7%
6
6
CDL
CDL
2.6%
2.6%
7
7
Unload Trucks
Unload Trucks
2.4%
2.4%
8
8
Pallet Jack
Pallet Jack
2.4%
2.4%
9
9
Pickup
Pickup
2%
2%
10
10
Route Delivery Driver
Route Delivery Driver
1.8%
1.8%
11
11
Daily Route
Daily Route
1.6%
1.6%
12
12
Tractor Trailers
Tractor Trailers
1.5%
1.5%
13
13
Customer Relationships
Customer Relationships
1.2%
1.2%
14
14
New Accounts
New Accounts
1.2%
1.2%
15
15
Safe Driving
Safe Driving
1.2%
1.2%
16
16
Hand Trucks
Hand Trucks
1.2%
1.2%
17
17
Straight Truck
Straight Truck
1.1%
1.1%
18
18
Customer Orders
Customer Orders
1.1%
1.1%
19
19
Inventory Control
Inventory Control
1%
1%
20
20
Grocery Store
Grocery Store
1%
1%
21
21
On-Time Delivery
On-Time Delivery
1%
1%
22
22
Auto Parts
Auto Parts
0.9%
0.9%
23
23
Sort
Sort
0.8%
0.8%
24
24
Customer Complaints
Customer Complaints
0.8%
0.8%
25
25
GPS
GPS
0.8%
0.8%
26
26
Food Preparation
Food Preparation
0.8%
0.8%
27
27
Customer Locations
Customer Locations
0.7%
0.7%
28
28
Delivery Vehicles
Delivery Vehicles
0.7%
0.7%
29
29
Convenience Stores
Convenience Stores
0.7%
0.7%
30
30
Log Book
Log Book
0.7%
0.7%
31
31
Company Truck
Company Truck
0.7%
0.7%
32
32
Dairy Products
Dairy Products
0.6%
0.6%
33
33
Weather Conditions
Weather Conditions
0.6%
0.6%
34
34
Hazmat
Hazmat
0.6%
0.6%
35
35
Customer Accounts
Customer Accounts
0.6%
0.6%
36
36
Traffic Laws
Traffic Laws
0.6%
0.6%
37
37
New Drivers
New Drivers
0.6%
0.6%
38
38
Handheld Computer
Handheld Computer
0.6%
0.6%
39
39
DOT
DOT
0.5%
0.5%
40
40
Route Truck
Route Truck
0.5%
0.5%
41
41
Company Policies
Company Policies
0.5%
0.5%
42
42
Fedex
Fedex
0.5%
0.5%
43
43
Pepsi
Pepsi
0.5%
0.5%
44
44
Truck Inventory
Truck Inventory
0.5%
0.5%
45
45
COD
COD
0.5%
0.5%
46
46
Safe Operation
Safe Operation
0.5%
0.5%
47
47
Different Routes
Different Routes
0.5%
0.5%
48
48
Efficient Routes
Efficient Routes
0.4%
0.4%
49
49
Timely Fashion
Timely Fashion
0.4%
0.4%
50
50
Retail Store
Retail Store
0.4%
0.4%

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