Pathmark Transportation operates as a transportation and logistics company. The Company offers regional and national transportation services including small package truckloading and pool distribution, as well as warehousing. Pathmark serves customers in the United States.
Pathmark transportation is a great place to work, the employees are always friendly and willing to help out when needed. The pay is good and they provide excellent benefits. The only negative is the hours are sometimes long, and the job can be stressful at times.
The closing of the 125th Street Pathmark will deprive East Harlem residents of a key source of healthy, affordable food. The 236 jobs lost at the store represent a significant portion of the supermarket jobs in the neighborhood and the city. The loss will also make the corner of 125th and Lexington Avenue, which is already a gathering point for distressed and addicted people, less safe as it becomes another empty space in the neighborhood.
5 Pathmark Transportation employees have reviewed their work experience across various culture dimensions, ranging from executive ratings to the pace of work. Overall, employees rate their satisfaction with the leadership of Pathmark Transportation as below average. Wes Kraker, CEO of Pathmark Transportation, is rated lower than average for Environment and Meetings.
In the past year, Pathmark has seen strong growth in its residential delivery business as well as its furniture shipping and National LTL shipments. This success is partly attributed to the addition of Bed Bath & Beyond Inc (NYSE: BBBY), which signed a major lease at 14810 North Freeway in Houston last June, represented by Cameron Maness of Transwestern.