Maritime Transport
2.8 out of 5 stars.
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Maritime Transport Careers and Employment

About the company

  • Company size
    1001 to 5,000
  • Revenue
    £100m to £500m
  • Industry
    Transportation & Logistics
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Driving

Truck Driver
£27,781 per year
Driver
£29,330 per year
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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 129 reviews and is evolving.

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Reviews

Driver in Doncaster, South Yorkshire
on 11 December 2020
Poor run by inexperienced staff.
I worked for Maritime for almost 4 years as a tramper & in that time I worked at 2 of their depots. There's a lot of positives but they are sadly over shadowed by the negatives. The hourly rate isn't the best but on the same note it isn't the worst. If you want to be a tramper move on because youll spend many a night in their depots not getting paid, facilities & tackle are spot on & well maintained. The biggest issue is the middle management!! they will work you until you drop & then when you've done 70 hours in the week they then want your weekend as well, planning is poor & they speak to you like your a piece of @#!@. My advise is go to somewhere smaller who value you.
HGV Driver in Southampton
on 11 April 2021
Great kit
Good company whose priority is company image. Not a great job for a married tramper as the company have no respect for your personal life. If you can put up with that, it’s a great job. Free uniform and trucks fitted with lots of extras.
HGV C+E DRIVER in Doncaster
on 2 April 2021
Avoid Avoid Avoid
Told at interview everything you want to hear to get you in. Your asked a preferred start time and you end up sat around for 2/3 hours waiting for a truck then expected to still do planned work!!! Management haven't got a clue on how to talk or treat drivers. High turnover of drivers. Trucks are now getting very worn and tried. Even planners think management are a joke and there all looking for other jobs. Always close to maximum hours every week.
HGV Driver in Liverpool, Merseyside
on 23 February 2021
Above average company
Good company to work for with many positives.You will be expected to work hard for your money.The trucks and trailers are top notch.Not much room for any advancement
HGV Class 1 Driver in Tilbury
on 1 February 2021
wouldn't go near them again!
AVOID AVOID AVOIDoffice run by lads who majority of the time havent even got a license let alone even sat in a lorry mainly immature little kidswill run you to the last minute of your hours on poor paycab hob galore dont get comfortable because you wont have the keys for more than a weekgood luck trying to get through the office for a vbs as there always jammed!
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Interview is easy
Process takes about a day or two

Interview questions

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