What is a Route?
A route is a designated truck and driver that clients use to help complete their consistent daily delivery needs. Drivers are typically responsible for strapping down their loads and delivering in a pre-determined route stop order. Drivers frequently unload the product with a lift gate and pallet jack.
Routes are typically full or half-day gigs for Customers and run Monday through Friday.
Pick-up construction materials and deliver to designated locations.
Use the Curri Driver app to track and document all deliveries.
Fulfill customer delivery requirements and specifications.
Represent Curri in a professional and courteous manner.
Be presentable and provide excellent customer service to customers in the Curri network.
Route Runner Criteria
Have a clean driving record.
Have a clean criminal history.
Are physically healthy.
Experience with driving larger vehicles.
Experience operating a liftgate.
Experience operating a pallet jack.
Are friendly and customer service oriented.
If you have all of these skills, running a route might be a good fit for you.
Routes are most commonly completed with the following vehicle types. These vehicles do not require a CDL license and since safety is always our top priority, we have support resources available to ensure that all routes are operated without a hitch.