The Equipment Managers job responsibilities will focus on the overall management of the company’s assets including, but not limited to, tractors, trailers and miscellaneous parts. The Equipment Manager will report directly to the National Operations Manager. The general overall job responsibilities are as follow: Weekly reconciliation of all company trailers Manage all trailer maintenance in TMW – hold locations accountable Manage trailer dormancy to set company KPIs Support development of equipment specification Review and help manage out of service equipment and the repair process Develop a process to select and manage trailer repair vendors Training of key personnel at the plant level on compliance requirements Support operations as needed – dispatching, etc Standardize key operational equipment forms Full understanding of D.O.T. regulations Site visits and equipment audits – tractors and trailers Setting up and working with the plants on customer Geo-fencing/landmarks Manage the Satellite tracking system – training Manage warranty process with tractor and trailer vendors Manage claims process – insurance claims / cost recovery Manage all supporting People-Net parts and inventory supplies. Manage all the interchange agreements with external carriers
Corrugated Logistics Division
Pratt’s corrugated logistics subsidiary, Pratt Logistics, LLC was formed in 2005 to develop and operate an independent trucking company to better serve both the internal needs of other Pratt divisions and subsidiaries and those of Pratt’s customers.
The goal is to run a safe, modern and compliant fleet with continued high customer service and delivery standards.
And, like Pratt’s other divisions and subsidiaries, it’s also dedicated to protecting the environment. In fact, Pratt Logistics, LLC helps Pratt close the loop and reduce harmful emissions by back hauling waste paper to Pratt’s three-mill container board system as well as materials used to fuel Pratt’s clean energy facility at the Conyer’s Campus in Georgia.